I don’t get to shoot a lot of men. I suppose it’s the nature of the beast, the work I do embedded in the society in which we live. And as I’ve mentioned in the past, that lack of practice and experience means I find depicting the male form more difficult. Last year at camp, I got to shoot three men, two as part of couples, and one solo. (I dropped the ball on the communication with my solo fella, so did not think I had permission to post any of his shots. But I spoke with him this year at camp and he’s quite happy to have his shots posted, so they’re forthcoming.) This year, I got only one.
Yoni wanted to shoot in the woods, and we found a great spot. I fell absolutely in love with this stump, and pressed him to pose on and around it quite a bit. He was a blast to shoot, willing to climb hither and yon, and rather longsuffering with my lack of experience. Lola was with us and was quite helpful and encouraging, so big shout out and thank you to her.
And really, Yoni, you were awesome and I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your posing for me and your patience and your humor. You were wonderful, thank you.
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