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.....Then the Boys

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.....Then the Boys

22 Oct 2014 10:06AM   Views : 500 Unique : 344

Yesterday it was female portraits, today it is male portraits. I found far fewer of these, although more than I expected, and it was interesting that they were a different style to the female ones. Very often, the images would be of someone doing something, as opposed to being an image of the person only. More environmental portraits. A hint of this was shown yesterday with such shots as "Liz and her weapon", which wasn't just a prop as she really does practice with weapons and is now a black belt.

Let's see what I found to show you:

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John Dwyer, shot on Kodak High Speed Infrared film.

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The Soldier. Digital shot using blue channel only.

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Woodbine Soldier

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Studio shot of Chris

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Adam in "The Dissolution of Man"

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Leebo

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Kyle

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The Old Soldier

So, do I shoot differently with male and female portraits? I'm thinking about the approach taken and how I portray people in pictures, so a bit of self-analysis might be a good idea from time to time. Hopefully it can only lead to improvement.

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