With the MCA project being past the half-way point, it's become apposite to set rules or boundaries on certain evenings in order to keep the portraits fresh and viable. The one variable that will Never Change is that the subjects will not be asked to pose, ever. Candidness is key. That said, the approach to taking the actual photographs can change, so last night I gave myself the 'assignment' of ensuring that I got at least one shot of a subject from a low angle, and one where the subject is perfectly centered and looking straight at the camera. The first two images are the results. In the remaining three shots the space surrounding the subjects is given equal importance, with varying consequences.
In other news, last night after looking at the installation this gentleman approached me and said, 'You're a Hitchcockian, aren't you? Your sole concern is on faces...' I took this to mean he thought I was Psycho. To see the entire set, Click P for Photos.