Wonderful. From your next book?
This is such a soulful portfolio, I wasn't expecting to be so moved.Thank you for doing it-putting it all in one place.
Geez, Kirk, when are you going to post the GOOD stuff ;)Seriously, though - that's a body of work anyone could be very proud of.
Curiously, I was just wondering about your evolution as a photographer, and how it may have come under the influence of various cultural/personal/technological changes. As time passes which things do we change and which change us. Where else would we end up with different influences.... Just coincidence to be wondering at the same time as your road map pops up...
Kirk, thank-you. Your pictures give real joy.
You should assemble several hundred shots of Ben in chronological order, and run it as a video.
No doubt about it, portraits are your forte. Thanks for sharing!
Wonderful set to view as a slide show.I came away thinking, "Well, he sure knows what he's doing."And from things you write, I could add, "And why."
Perhaps I'v been reading your blog for so long a time now...Its like looking at a family album. You have a special way with the people you photograph.
Thank you Kirk. I enjoyed this set very much. I studied certain shots most intently.As ever, you make me realise that I should take more formal portraits.
The square is wonderful for portraits.
These are beautiful, particularly the portraits of your partner Belinda and your son. and I agree that the square format is perfect for portraits.
A wonderful and moving set of portraits. A body of work to be proud of.
Your wife's eyes speak to you in a special language shared by the two of you. Splendid images.
All lovely. The swimmers and Lou pictures are particularly great, but to me it's the Renée shots that truly stand out. You must have enjoyed some kind of very special photog/subject connection, as I have never seen futher pictures of her portraying her so faithfully and beautifully.
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