Playing with expensive toys (watches, cameras, guns, cars…) isn’t the only thing I do for a living. I also work for a defense contractor to the United States Air Force. Occasionally, my “day job” and my “every other time job” intersect, and yesterday was one of those times. We’re currently working on a large proposal to the USAF on a contract we intend to prime, and portraits of our Management Team were needed. As you might imagine, I was drafted for portrait duty. 🙂
I had fun with it – I rarely get the opportunity to do portrait work. Here’s an example of what was shot – my own portrait which is going in the proposal:
Nothing fancy – just used my 5D Mark II, 17-40L and my Speedlite 580EX on camera – no tripod. After I took the portraits of the other gents on the team, I set up my camera and handed it to one of the guys and said “look through here, and push here” and he took my picture. What do you think?
John B. Holbrook, II
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