If you could photograph anyone alive or passed away, who would it be and why?
Franklin Delano Roosevelt. The man officiated perhaps the largest war in history, while he had his own physical handicap.
My mom and dad, very close up, black and white so I could study their faces. I miss them.
Abraham Lincoln, because he is one of the most successful presidents we have ever had in that he set in motion equality for all races, which marked a major turning point in our country's history. While we still battle discrimination against many things (race, disability, religion, gender, and so on), we're getting better at winning the battles day by day. Hopefully we will always continue to fight the heroic battles of people of the likes of Abraham Lincoln and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Kurt Vonnegut, towards the end of his life. I saw one of his last interviews, and his face alone could tell so many stories. I would do a portrait in black and white. Strong lighting, play with angles, etc.
by phoenix_028@yahoo 6 years ago
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by GarySkelton 8 years ago
Looking for ideas, both of my grandpas passed away. looking for something for both of them on...the left side of my chest, any ideas? email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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