A woman is for the photographer only the subject of serving the plane, the same as fabric, mirrors or furs.
The texture of a woman to create a good picture is no less important than the correctly chosen lighting, angle or structure of the film emulsion.
She herself, as a rule, thinks differently.
On the best pictures (very conditionally called portraits), the woman does not recognize herself.
It is more profitable to make the first ten frames with an empty camera so that the woman is accustomed to the sound of the shutter release. Continue reading