50 Portraits – Portrait# 30


One of my biggest strength and weakness is the same thing.  I can get excited and happy about the smallest of things and the smallest of things can bother me to heart.

In my photo sessions I try to notice the smallest of things that people react to and try and use that to my advantage to make them do what I want to do.  That’s why it’s necessary to start a conversation first before the camera even gets out of the bag.

I have been posting only a particular background themed portraits so far in this series but with time I guess I have to make adjustments. I don’t mean in a sacrifice way, but I mean being flexible to changing times.  And that’s what I’m doing here.  The most important character in my image is obviously the human in the frame and my sole aim is to show what that person is like more than what he looks like.

Take care.


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