Seaside portrait of two men

Many years ago I read a photography book which had some rules for taking pictures of people. One of the rules I remember was ‘never take pictures with the sun in the subject’s eyes’. That rule came back to me when I saw this picture, not because the sun is making the subjects squint, but because we can see the photographer’s shadow, which has almost become a third person in the picture!

This was takin on Agfacolor film, but I don’t know the location.

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Seaside portrait of two men

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A software developer by profession, I've always been interested in photography and vintage photography in particular. This site is one of several I run which is dedicated to film, photography and photo equipment.

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