Category Archives: Canon 40D

Alison

This was my second choice of portraits from my session with Alison during my 100 portraits project. This was a darkening, rainy evening. 6.30 on the 26th of March according to the exif data. The combination of Alison’s bright dress, the bright graffiti and ISO 1600 on the very capable 40D I was using at…

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    worried about the firing squad on the other side, M…

Michelle

It’s been a while since I posted a second choice from my 100 portraits project. This is Michelle, we did the photographs at the People’s Palace in Glasgow. This one was taken after we were thrown out of the indoor garden area. We took advantage of the lovely, freshly cleaned fountain and late low light…

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    another very photogenic lady…I really like her confident look straight at the lens – well done for capturing it!

Harry

No one really expects to fall in love, but hey when it comes, it comes and you had better be ready to muster all your dignity and accept the inevitable. Anyway, such it was with Harry, the finest minihound in Argyll. My dear friends Jay and Fi, (who appeared in my last post), are step-mum…

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    That’s terriers for you…x

My Mum

My mum in Largs recently. She has had a hard time recently with the loss of my dad and a number of other changes to her life. It struck me when my dad died that I had thought about photographing him a number of times before his death, but never got round to it. I…

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  • A good lesson for us all, Matthew!! As well as audio recording conversations about the “good ole days” and other family stories. I neglected to do that recently with my father-in-law and regret it every time I think about it.

Elizabeth

This is my friend Elizabeth from Inveraray. Elizabeth agreed after only the tiniest persuasion (about 18 months roughly) to have some portraits done. Elizabeth works with Richard, who was one of my portrait subjects some time ago. Basically Richard and I have nagged poor Elizabeth ever since; who says that persistence doesn’t pay off?  Elizabeth…

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