(An intimate picture of Glenn cutting the bass line for 'Holy Man ['95]'). I've always enjoyed taking pictures of people while they are doing something, while they are -in action- so to speak, and this shot is no exception. I have always found that shooting in this way produces photos in which the subjects, unless they are innately photogenic, have a more relaxed and natural look, without either of the trappings which can so often mar a posed or staged shot - i.e. a too-serious look, or a clearly-forced smile. This picture, devoid as it is of either of the two above-mentioned flaws, is one of my favorites as a result, and I feel that it really caught Glenn in his own environment.
("An intimate picture of Glenn cutting the bass line for 'Holy Man ['95]'.") I've always enjoyed taking pictures of people while they are doing something, while they are "in action" so to speak, and this shot is no exception. I have always found that shooting in this way produces photos in which the subjects, unless they are innately photogenic, have a more relaxed and natural look, without either of the trappings which can so often mar a posed or staged shot - i.e. a too-serious look, or a clearly-forced smile. This picture, devoid as it is of either of the two above-mentioned flaws, is one of my favorites as a result, and I feel that it really caught Glenn in his own environment.

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