1. Showing or fitted (adapted) to the entire length, especially of the human body (figure)
2. Having a normal or standard length.
The Webster’s 9th New Collegiate Dictionary. All rights reserved.
The photographic term “full length” portrait means showing most or all of the subject in a single image. Most think of a model standing or even sitting.
Here’s a full length figure photograph captured horizontally. What are your thoughts?
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