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The Art of the Musician Portrait

I grew up in a musical family. At any point in the day, you could focus your ears and hear 4-6 instruments sounding throughout the house. It overwhelmed a lot of people, but when you live in it, you learn how to tune out the noise. Growing up in a family of musicians though really [...] Post originally from: Digital Photography Tips. Check out our more Photography Tips at Photography Tips for Beginners, Portrait Photography Tips and Wedding Photography Tips.
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