In the disciplines of photography portraiture is probably the most recognized form along with photojournalism. Portraiture captures the likeness of a person or group of people while focusing on their face and expressions. Capturing the likeness of individuals has been in practice long before there were cameras. Anyone who has ever walked into a museum will see the portraits of kings, queens and other historical figures lining the walls. Today, most would recognize the use of portraits to immortalize families. In weddings, portraiture can be used along with photojournalism, to create a group of solid memories. Don’t be fooled into thinking that portraiture is a simple process of having someone stand somewhere and clicking a picture. True, portraits are planned and are not candid like photojournalism, but a skilled photographer, like those at JSPStudio, will produce images that are breathtaking. In the pictures below you will see that posed pictures can capture a certain feel. Lighting and other environmental factors are controlled to give a particular look.