02 Oct 2006 • 1,097 views
It seems dangerous to be a portrait artist who does commissions for clients because everyone wants to be flattered, so they pose in such a way that there's nothing left of truth. -Henri Cartier-Bresson, on Subject. "American Photo", September/October 1997
If your familiar with Notting Hill in London then this will be a very familiar face. He was sober enough to demand a portrait :-) I quickly obliged. Was using the monster of lowlight photography...the canon 85mm f1.2. Now thats one wicked lens :-)
Skee to da d(azzle)'s back!