TWO MANAGERS

A couple of weeks ago I wrote about photos I’d taken of two things. And about
weird synchronicity.

Well, last Thursday I shot two managers, one in the morning, the other in the afternoon.
Two totally different kind of places….one a big hotel, the other a pub.

I suppose that in my line of business that’s not altogether too weird, but…….there you
have it.

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WEB SITE UPDATE

I finally got around to updating my web site. Forty four new images.

Just click on my logo (above) and you’ll get there. The top dots in each category
lead you to the thumbnails of the new pix.

When you take as many pictures as I do it can be quite a chore (an enjoyable
chore) to edit them down to a dull roar. Of course there are always shots that
don’t make it. I guess I’ll post a couple of them here.

After all…..what’s a blog for?

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TWO THINGS

Mostly I like taking pictures of people. Pictures of things just aren’t risky enough.

Things don’t have schedules, don’t talk back, can’t respond so fluidly to direction.

Every so often, though, I’m asked to shoot things (or interiors, or details). The two
photos here are bits from two assignments, one for Report on Business magazine,
the other from a shoot I did for Winkreative, in London, England, for Porter Airlines
in-flight magazine: re:Porter. (The Spitfire was for RoB, the boiler, from the Deifenbunker
cold war government hide-out, for re:Porter.)

Even though I prefer shooting people I must say that it’s kind of relaxing to do
interior-type shoots from time to time.

These two shots were taken about 4 months apart, for different clients. I’m struck,
though, by some kind of weird synchronicity…..they’re both wartime relics being held
off the ground by supports.

These things happen.

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