Men In Pain (One)
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Pride is a dangerous thing, and it's certain that as a portraitist I pride myself on my ability to 'see', understand, perceive, feel, the people whose portraits I make. And yet time after time I see things in the pictures I missed at the time I made the portraits. This is one of the fascinating things about photography in general, and especially about photographing humans.

Looking over contact sheets of portrait sessions is an illuminating activity. The camera arrests moments too brief to see clearly in life. They sit still on the page, making me wonder how I missed them, if they were really there.

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SERIAL NUMBER: 9402-24-08 and 09
FILM: Kodak TMY ('T-Max 400'), 120 format, at EI 200.
EXPOSURE: f8 at 1/4 sec.
FILM DEVELOPMENT: D76 1:1, 11 minutes, 20C, plain water presoak, normal agitation.
LIGHTING: daylight.
CAMERA and LENS: Hasselblad ELX camera, Zeiss 120 mm f4 'makro' lens.
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