I've had this frame for a while now, but I haven't been able to decide what to do with it. I love his face and his look, for me, it evokes longing and loneliness and beauty. Not sure if the pram adds or detracts. That's your story to create. As always, in my editing I was trying to accentuate the feelings I was getting. But I've tried black and white, tighter crops, straightening, tilting even more, and nothing works for me, nothing adds to what's there. So I decided to share it as it is, as imperfect and beautiful as it is, it was just a moment captured that I love.
Morning all! This is @ameenarojee on day four taking over for Photo Scratch. Today I'm sharing some of my portraiture work with you; it's only recently in the last couple of years that I realised how much I loved to photograph people. It started back in university when I started to collaborate with people outside of university to improve my work, so I started doing what could loosely (very, very loosely 😂) be called "fashion" photography. Then, after I left my first post-university job, I tried to go back to it and realised how much I actually disliked trying to photograph clothes - it was more the people who I was interested in. Since then, I've been slowly taking more and more portraits and working up the skill and confidence to do so; having been such a shy and solitary person when I was a child and still now, I find it difficult to approach people even when I know them and especially when they're strangers. But I'm slowly getting there! (L-R: Tim Andrews, 2017; Tim, 2016; Kitty @kittyunderhillx, 2018; Chloe, 2014; Momo, 2014; Eduardo, 2014; Alexander, 2014)