Portraits Squared

Thought I’d post four of the portraits I snapped from last weekend’s outing. The first is Phil, taken in the pub at which we ended up post-walk. We were playing around with whatever lighting we could get our hands on, including the light from our smart phones. The second is lovely Connie, who kept telling me the subject was boring while I wholeheartedly disagreed. The third is Jeff, who’s a great guy with a sharp sense of humour and always a treat to hang out with. The forth is some street person who stopped us to ask what we were doing. He isn’t homeless or anything, but he was certainly of the street. Seemed nice enough and happily let me photograph him with my Tokina 11-16mm wide angle @ 11mm.

So there you have it. Not sure why I’ve been holding back on the portraits. I’ve got a couple from the previous walk that I’ve yet to post, too. Hope you like them.

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2 Responses to Portraits Squared

  1. milkayphoto says:

    These are GREAT! That last guy looks like Dog: the Bounty Hunter!! 🙂

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