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In the early 2000s, I was enmeshed in the wonderful world of black and white portraiture. I used that time well.
I reached out to friends and contacts and asked them if they’d like to have their pictures taken. Everyone I asked appreciated the chance to have their portraits done.
These images come from that period, when I did a photo shoot in natural light in Woodland Park, in Seattle, My model was an admittedly beautiful person. I met her working, and we bumped into each other infrequently.
This photo shoot also represented a collaborative effort. We each contributed to the final body of images, which I took with a Nikon and Yashica twin-lens reflex.
All I can say is, some people are simply beautiful. They just look good on film. My model was one of those people.
I never saw her again after I gave her the 11×14-inch prints I promised. I would like to think she has one hanging in her study.