Photo © Kev Curtis
A man mows the grass in the grounds of the Taj Mahal. The marble mausoleum stands majestic behind him as he walks towards the camera framed by trees.
Kev Curtis UNITED KINGDOM
I like nothing better than being let loose with my camera, blending in with the crowd at a party or get-together and taking candid, but unobtrusive shots. Too often, a pushy photographer can disrupt the flow, groove, and momentum of an event and even have it grind to a complete standstill whilst he/she directs guests into various groups and poses. This, I don't do. A collection of shots of people in groups posing and smiling at the lens tells you little of the event. I have a reportage/journalistic approach to the occasion, with the end results being a realistic and uncontrived account of the event. For a timeless feel I favour black and white, but obviously colour has its place when necessary.
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