During the first lockdown, Harry Borden wanted to use the abundance of time for something valuable. The result was this set of beautiful portraits – hopefully you will get some inspiration to create some great images during this latest restrictions. Faced with more hours in the day than many of us previously had to fill, the first lockdown, which started in March, proved to be a trying time for most. For working photographers, whose diaries were once filled with jobs and bookings, a spring and summer of potentially empty days stretching out ahead of them must have seemed particularly daunting. One of those photographers was a regular contributor to this magazine, and professional portrait stalwart, Harry Borden. Having gathered together a set of ‘lockdown portraits’, he first sent them to AP way back in June. Perhaps it felt a little too raw then, but we settled on the idea […]
this set of beautiful portraits – hopefully you will get some inspiration to create some great images during this latest restrictions.
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