Essay 005: Eurydice of the Grove
Meeting new people is like a drug for a portrait photographer. Getting to know someone; the twinkle in their eyes; exploring how the light hits their face… it’s the reason they got up that morning.
Portraits reveal as much about the photographer as they do about the subject. The decision to capture one moment over another results in all the nuance and delicacy, the love of a subject, you see in seasoned portraiture.
Rebekah Campbell graces us with a glimpse into that process
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[ 11 months ago ]