In association with Pride Month, Google asked me to make portraits of many of their LGBTQ employees. On my way to the shoot in June, I slipped and broke my wrist. They were kind to postpone until August when I was able to work again. We chose a location, I set up my lighting, and then I had about two hours to photograph a constant stream of more than 200 people. It was the quickest portrait shoot I’ve done. I averaged two frames per subject.
Alan Barnett, NYC portrait photography