Street Portraiture: Faces of Kissimmee, #11

Kevin works for the city. I was getting in my car to leave when he and a coworker pulled up in a large truck and began to take orange traffic cones off the back. Camera in hand, I got back out of the car, as I didn’t want to pass up the potential opportunity to get another photo. Kevin’s coworker wasn’t thrilled with being photographed, and communicated that they had a pressing job to get done. Kevin paused for a few seconds to give me a shot. He had an instant, natural smile. The lighting was pretty flat and I wish I’d had a few more seconds to better meter the shot.

"Kevin" [Click image to enlarge or reduce its size.] Nikon D300, ISO 320, f/3.3 at 1/3000 sec., 85 mm

“Kevin” [Click image to enlarge or reduce its size.] Nikon D300, ISO 320, f/3.3 at 1/3000 sec., 85 mm

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