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Mike Browne

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Street Portrait Man With A Beard

It was the reflections in the window behind this guy and the light on his face that caught my eye. And I think it’s an interesting face so I asked him if I could shoot a couple of frames.

So how did I make sure there wasn’t a reflection of me shooting them…?

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  • Created: 13th September 2018
  • Uploaded: 14th September 2018
  • Category: Street-photography
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  • Howard
    2 months ago
    I think you're a vampire so no reflection. Also explains why you've not cast a shadow. I like the light on his face.
    • Mike Browne
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      2 months ago
      Ha ha - you got it Howard.. :-)
  • socialtruant
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    2 months ago
    In answer to the question. The guy is blocking where your reflection would have been.
  • MarkChinn
    2 months ago
    I think Denise got it right. I believe I see a little bit of your reflection over his left shoulder. Otherwise you would have to shoot him from an angle so your reflection would not be included. I agree, interesting face. Nice portrait.
    • Mike Browne
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      2 months ago
      Thanks Mark - yep just had to bend the knees a bit so he hid me...
  • Paldies
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    2 months ago
    I like to photograph people, one day I will do it more.
  • Denise Savage
    2 months ago
    Thinking, thinking, thinking . . . . Reckon you’d have to be pretty much directly in front of him so he blocks you being reflected. Or magic. . . .
    • Mike Browne
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      2 months ago
      Ha ha - it was indeed magic Denise. I learned it from Harry Potter ;-)