This is an exercise when we take pictures of no more than three people interacting. I guess the point of the exercise was to have the photographer get close to the subject and interact with the subject before taking pictures. I asked everybody whether I could take their picture before I did take their picture. Frustrating because a lot of them become very aware of my camera's existence. very difficult assignment.
Hamza was talking to Akshay when I took this picture. I go enough of a background to get a story told. I'm willing to sell this for him to put on match.com. I think it will generate some traffic, as well as rebut some anonymous comment about GSB boys. haha. How about it, Hamza?
Two first years (I think) in the Winter Garden. I really liked this picture because it was very sharp and the background was compelling. It's a classic Winter Garden shot during recruiting. You can also see shmoo in the background. Ops, did I blow your cover?
Helen and Sean discussing something with Sharron. I don't particularly like this picture. But I needed a picture that had three people interacting, and this was the closest one I could present. The contrast between Sean's jacket and Helen's sweater is nice. Helen's hands are funny and make a good story. The back shot of Sean also gives a sense of seriousness that also contrasts Helen... and it also shows that he is listening intently despite not seeing his face. The third person, Sharron, is not in the picture, but she is clearly involved in the picture, so I like that irony as well. The background was a little too soft for my tastes and it wasn't entirely clear where they were discussing.