32 Outstanding Examples of Portrait Photography For Your Inspiration

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The portrait is a classic photograph designed to capture the person. Typically it is face on, but the person doesn’t necessarily have to be focused on the camera. The subject can be distracted by something in the distance or daydreaming. They can be serious or sassy, colorful or black and white. Portraits come in many shapes and sizes. Here’s a collection of 32 portraits, each with its own unique style.

Ronaldo F. Cabuhat

Portrait Photography




Shana Rae

Portrait Photography




OP Photography

Portrait Photography




Ceca67

Portrait Photography




Laurenlemon

Portrait Photography




isayx3

Portrait Photography




Tomasito.!

Portrait Photography




NaPix – Hmong Soul

Portrait Photography




Louie Imaging

Portrait Photography




Nasey

Portrait Photography




Dornveek Markkstrn

Portrait Photography




Eric Lafforgue

Portrait Photography




Hamid Najafi

Portrait Photography




Amna A. Al-Thani

Portrait Photography




Andreas Constantinou

Portrait Photography




Ammarq8

Portrait Photography




Diana Sandoval

Portrait Photography




Luis Montemayor

Portrait Photography




Sukanto Debnath

Portrait Photography




Jesus Guzman Moya

Portrait Photography




Thomas Lottermoser

Portrait Photography




Nick Wheeler

Portrait Photography




Kausthub Desikachar

Portrait Photography




Valerie Mellema

Portrait Photography




gosia janik

Portrait Photography




Rosie Hardy

Portrait Photography




Aaron Nace

Portrait Photography




Um Abbas

Portrait Photography




Jens Ingvarsson

Portrait Photography




RamonaG

Portrait Photography




Chris

Portrait Photography




Prateek DubeyChris

Portrait Photography



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Comments

  1. says

    Nice stuff, just a pity we don’t have a link to the flickr page where the shot is hosted, instead of a direct link to a bigger size of the picture.

  2. says

    Awesome pics.

    Really wish though the images linked to their flickr pages, to see more from the respective photographers, instead of the farm1.static links :(

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