"Thanks and thanks again to Him who offers to the man whom the sorrows of life have assaulted and left naked–offers to him the fig leaf of the Word with which he can cover his wretchedness." -Søren Kierkegaard

Portrait #48—The Matter-Of-Fact Man

Posted in Friends, Photography by matt on Monday, April 28, 2014

A portrait of the Mr. Matter-of-Fact

A portrait of The Matter-Of-Fact Man. Kurdistan, Iraq.

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A year of As much time as I need to take 50 as many posed portraits with only one lightas many lights as I want; a project designed to improve my camera work while blessing the people I encounter. You can see older portraits here, read the (original) rules of the (now more fluid) project here, or leave a comment below with your feedback.

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Father-Daughter Moment(s)

Posted in Friends, Portraits by matt on Tuesday, April 8, 2014

Cody & Zoe candid photos

Fearsome, Fantastical Mardi Gras Kids

Posted in Friends, Portraits by matt on Monday, March 31, 2014

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Portrait #47—The Stern Shepherd

Posted in Photography, Portraits, Travel by matt on Thursday, March 20, 2014

A portrait of The Stern Shepherd.

A portrait of The Stern Shepherd. Kurdistan, Iraq.

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A year of As much time as I need to take 50 as many posed portraits with only one lightas many lights as I want; a project designed to improve my camera work while blessing the people I encounter. You can see older portraits here, read the (original) rules of the (now more fluid) project here, or leave a comment below with your feedback.

Portrait #46—The Restless Foreman

Posted in Friends, Portraits by matt on Tuesday, March 18, 2014

A portrait of the Restless Foreman.

A portrait of The Restless Foreman. Kurdistan, Iraq.

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A year of As much time as I need to take 50 as many posed portraits with only one lightas many lights as I want; a project designed to improve my camera work while blessing the people I encounter. You can see older portraits here, read the (original) rules of the (now more fluid) project here, or leave a comment below with your feedback.