Nashville-based photographer Giles Clement makes these beautiful portraits with his camera equipment made in 1800s. He uses tintype, a photograph taken as a positive on a thin tin plate, and ambrotype, an early type of photograph made by placing a glass negative against a dark background, to achieve these amazing results.
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Dove conducted an experiment using the skills of a forensic artist to prove that women are more beautiful than they think!
Portraits of relatives blended by Canadian photographer Ulric Collette.
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Izismile team has recently received the following letter from one of our visitors:
“Hi, I'm from the Netherlands. I started portrait drawing 6 years ago when I was 16 years old and only made 50 drawings in around 183 hours over that period of time. It's not necessary to take classes, everyone can learn to draw portraits by themselves by just a little bit of practice and lots of patience.”
Here are several portraits drawn by the artist, sorted from the earliest to the latest so as to show how his skill has been progressing.
Thanks for sharing your works and good luck with your future drawings!