Category Archives: Portrait

What you are looking at here is the Old Man of Storr on the Isle of Skye. (Actually, I know, of course you are looking at Vishu, but cut me some slack and let me set the scene). The Old Man is at about 500m elevation from sea level. The climb from the roadside is…

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  • Vishal Rajput

    You are the most kindest person in my life i have ever met before thank you for your lovely effort to make me feel proud. 

This handsome young acquaintance of mine, and namesake too, gave me one of my most challenging portrait sessions recently. Paradoxically, I am delighted with the the results; challenges and constraints often get us our most interesting results I suppose. Due to our meeting arrangements slipping, we actually met to do the photographs after darkness had…

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This amazing man has been a minor inspiration to me for years. I have known John a little professionally for a decade or more, and I have always found him to be charismatic, charming and amazingly well dressed. I recall once meeting him in Glasgow in passing and he was wearing an amazing corduroy suit…

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This handsome gentleman is my new friend Ritchie. While visiting on Saturday, I noticed this wonderful¬†backdrop¬†and asked if Ritchie would allow me to photograph him with the massive window behind him. It illustrated some of the challenges of portrait photography when snatching opportunities. Firstly, while I loved the soft and textured backdrop of the window,…

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This extremely handsome and likeable young man is Tom. He is the son of a friend and last Saturday night he joined us as a few of us sat chatting. He happened to sit in a chair with a downlighter-standard lamp above and to the right of his head. I was immediately struck by how…

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