Should a portrait be signed? I don't do enough people pictures to know any better.
I did an environmental portrait and dry mounted, matted, and framed it.
I was just inspecting it for any fingerprints before wrapping it up and delivering it.
It dawned on me that I had signed and dated it just like I would have with any landscape photograph I would sell.
Me thinks that it should be signed just like any other artwork I produce whether it is a photograph, painting, drawing, sculpture or what ever........but I do have a weird feeling that signing someones portrait is not normal.