In a college photography class, an assignment was to mimic any photograph of any photographer whose work you admired - and put a modern twist on it. Simple enough, but there was a lot of agonizing over it from everyone, as I recall - so many choices. This was my effort - a copy of a Josef Sudek portrait. How I love this guy's work! With my long-suffering hubby as model, I got my gear together and off we went to the park. In the darkroom, I realized all those blacks made for some intense dodge & burn, with the bright sunny day creating deep shadows and Brad was in a black cape. Not the best choice of images, oh well! The "modern twist" is obvious. This is Ilford Delta 100 film, likely developed in D-76 since I tend to keep a few sacks of it around. Thanks for looking!