- n. Plural form of portrait.
“The portraits given in the work are _portraits_, and not _caricatures_.”
“Among the thirty portraits is one male — William Rufus DeVane King, who was alleged to have shared more than living quarters with James Buchanan.”
“The absolute best photography tool I've used for taking good looking portraits is an old twin lens reflex medium format camera (one of those you hold at waist level and look down into a mirror rather than holding it to you face).”
“This new display looks in detail at thirteen portraits from the National Portrait Gallery, of sitters whose identities were uncertain.”
“The digital collection incorporates images of all Poe manuscripts and letters at the Ransom Center with a selection of related archival materials, two books by Poe annotated by the author, sheet music based on his poems, and portraits from the Ransom Center collections.”
“Tinkering with those two allows you to do things like alter the depth of field in portraits and keep the shutter open longer for night time exposures.”
“The exhibition will explore different approaches in portraits in a diverse range of styles, through paintings and drawings by 37 Contemporary and 20th Century artists.”
“· Other locations: In addition, guests will pass through the Dungeon passageway and hallways of Hogwarts where they will have the chance to see hundreds of wizard portraits from the films, including several magical talking portraits created exclusively for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, including the four founders of Hogwarts.”
“Brazilian-born Vik Muniz creates portraits from the contents of a city landfill.”
“Oddly enough, the same could be said of certain portraits of the Virgin Mary.”
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