This is a plain gallery view of the smashing 100 Stranger Portraits I have taken for the Flickr Group, 100 Strangers. To read the stories and narratives for each of my encounters, you can visit my up-to-date set in an album on Flickr.com found here; you may also look at Snapmammas’ archives for all the portraits that have been posted individually in the blog runway. I provide a description of where and how my image came about, and what may have taken place in the encounter: humanly and photographically. If the people share about themselves with me, I include that in my feature. It’s nice to get visual and reading material delivered to one’s inbox. If you haven’t already subscribed to our blog feed, here is another reason to do so! The stranger portraits get delivered like any other Snapmammas post; and even though I write these, I still get excited to see and read them when they are delivered by email.
Please, if you leave comments below, let me know upon which portrait you have landed and enjoyed. Overall, I am hoping to see progress in my images as well as in my workflow. All of these images were made on location. In all cases, I’ve made the attempt to provide an electronic copy to the subject, if they provided me with an email address.
If you are in the Albuquerque area and wish to be included in this project, and/or would like to hire me to make your own portrait for private enjoyment, please email a note in the comments section.
As with all the photographs on this website, the images are copyrighted and not to be republished without prior consent and proper licensing from the artist. All of the images on this website are available for purchase. Send us a note in a comment with your name and contact information (address, email, phone) and it will facilitate that we may connect.
84/100: Kai and Brighton, Dia de Los Muertos 2015
91/100: Ed “Eyes That Shine”
93/100: Old School
99/100: Harold and Bernice