When we think of a portrait we often think of a picture which shows the subject’s face pointing roughly in the direction of the camera. It might be part of a full length shot, or a close up of their head and shoulders. Is a picture really a portrait if you can’t see the subject’s face? To me a portrait is a picture that tells a story about a person, regardless of whether they’re facing the camera, even if the shot just captures their lovely feet in some rather fabulous heels.

~ Pav