Nat Clymer shared his experience with portraits last month. He displayed the portraits that he took of kids, high school students, health professionals, researchers and so on. He explained how developing interaction, building relationship with the subject and getting trust plays important role to get good portrait shots. He also explained how he works with environmental portraits and how he thinks to make it more elaborative. It was a great experience to understand how photographing portraits can be made interesting. Special thanks to Nat, as he delivered a lecture with short notice.
You can visit his website to see his work - http://www.natclymer.com/