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Does studio photography - the epitome of the "posed", the unnatural photo - make sense? I say yes (otherwise I wouldn't be working as a photographer). It is the setting where you can consciously and together search for this being. That happens when you get to know each other, when you take a picture, but it also happens when you choose the resulting pictures. And then when you have the pictures for yourself, look at them and talk to people about them.

It's a bit like dancing together, even if you bring in the "technical side" as a photographer, active portraiture is ultimately about a human encounter, a willingness to show yourself to someone. 

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studio portraits

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