Why “Six by Seven”? I earnestly believe that 6X7 camera gives ideal proportions to a portrait and horizontal orientation of a shot gives more scope for imagination since it reveals more details for an eye that typically moves from side to side rather than from top to bottom. Thereby such a portrait carries more information than a vertical one despite an identical frame area.

© Sasha Krasnov, 2009
Ira, producer. © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2012
© Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2014
© Sasha Krasnov, 2014
Old brass Petzval lens shot. © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
Old brass Petzval lens shot. © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2016
Old brass Petzval lens shot. © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
Tata & Alex. © SKrasnov, 2012
Alan & Nana. Old brass Petzval lens shot © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
Mark. © Sasha Krasnov, 2014
Vano & Anastasia. © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2015
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Old brass Petzval lens shot. © Sasha Krasnov, 2014
© Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2016
Old brass Petzval lens shot © Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2012
© Sasha Krasnov, 2015
© Sasha Krasnov, 2016
Wedding portrait of Dinara. © Sasha Krasnov, 2016
Wedding portrait of James. © Sasha Krasnov, 2016
James & Dinara wedding portrait. © Sasha Krasnov, 2016
Vano & Anastasia wedding portrait. © Sasha Krasnov, 2016
Wedding portrait of Anastasia. © Sasha Krasnov, 2016