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.

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Gaygler Portrait

Alan Barnett, NYC portrait photography

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