The likeness of a person, painted, drawn, or engraved; commonly, a representation of the human face painted from real life.
like off-the-shoulder neckline, scoops from the tip of one shoulder to another. top of wedding glossary
An artist's depiction, most often an oil painting, of a person, traditionally in a formal setting. When well done, portraits usually provide an artistic representation of the subject as well as revealing some of their character and personality. Portraits can also be of a group of people or even pets. See oil portrait
A pictorial representation of a person.
a painting of a person or a group of people posed together
a photograph that is the representation of a person (usually showing the face)
An off-the-shoulder neckline that owes its name to the way it "frames" the face. It often has a bit of ornamentation in the center of the neckline.
This is the other of the two ways that print is oriented on a sheet of paper. It refers to printing that goes the "short way" on the paper. Much like the Portrait photographs that kids have taken for "school pictures".
the representation of a person in a work of art
any likeness of a person; "the photographer made excellent portraits"
a drawing or painting of a person or a pet
a fine balance between the subject and the photographer
an image, photograph, sketch, of a person
a pictoral representation of a person
a record of the dialogue between the photographer and the sitter
a representation of a particular person
A shawl collar that wraps the shoulders.
a representation of a person or group or animal on a two-dimensional medium that typically also shows some aspect symbolic of the subject.
portrait is a picture or painting of someone, usually only showing their face, neck and shoulders.
A formal, posed photograph.
Frames your shoulders and face while accentuating the bustline. It's often gathered at the center with a brooch or other ornamentation.
Any likeness of a person; a painting of a person's face and sometimes their body
A painting, drawing, bust, photograph, or other representation of a realperson, living or dead, especially of the face.
A photo of a person, normally posed. In the 35mm format, a lens in the 80-100mm range gives a natural perspective. Rather than shooting head-and-shoulder portraits straight on, photographers usually have the subject sit at an angle, and then turn their head toward the camera. Serious portrait work is best done with a large-format camera.
Artistic representation of the face in a painting, sculpture, drawing or photograph.
To dream of gazing upon the portrait of some beautiful person, denotes that, while you enjoy pleasure, you can but feel the disquieting and treacherousness of such joys. Your general affairs will suffer loss after dreaming of portraits. See Pictures, Photographs, and Paintings.
A neckline characterized by special attention to framing the shoulder and bust line.
A painting, sculpture, drawing, photograph or other representation of a particular individual.
A representation of a real person. From the Latin “protrahere” which means to portray.
This means one of three things. First, a type of lens, that is usually used for taking portraits. These lenses are typically 85mm-135mm. Secondly, it means photos where the aspect ratio is taller than wide, such as when the camera is turned vertically. Thirdly, a pre-programmed mode in many cameras that are designed to help novice photographers.
A painted or sculpted representation of a person or group of people. Portrait is also used to describe a rectangular picture format when the long dimension is vertical. See also landscape.
A photograph, or other faithful reproduction, of the head and shoulders image of the holder.
A portrait is a painting, photograph, or other artistic representation of a person or object. Portraits are often simple head shots or mug shots and are not usually overly elaborate. The intent is to show the basic appearance of the person or object, and occasionally some artistic insight into his or her personality (if a person).