The unseen benefits of photographing your friends

 

 

This may be more confession than observation. There’s a group of people in our lives that we love dearly and somehow overlook with our cameras — or at least I have. Just because we aren’t related to them by blood they’re placed on some second tier of photographic importance. They are, of course, our friends.

Most of the pictures I have of my dearest friends are group shots—some at parties, some at the beach, some at reunions. Almost all of them have a snapshot feel to them. At the risk of demeaning snapshots — I would never do…

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About paulomealha

IT professional, father, husband, Apple evangelist, motorbike fanatic, traveller and adventurer.
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