As one grows as a photographer, one begins to appreciate continuity in projects more and more.
I wanted to create a simple style of headshot using only natural light and reflectors, that while each image would be taken in a different location, with different lighting, a different subject and different backgrounds, still had something that tied them all together as a set.
My aim was to take completely disparate headshots in almost every conceivable way, yet still have the images identifiable as part of my set. It has given me a refreshed appreciation of continuity and identity within bodies of work and I aspire to eventually have one hundred headshots in this project.
About Robert K Baggs
Robert K Baggs is a professional photographer and writer from England with a First Class degree and a Master’s by Research in Philosophy. Robert’s photography has been seen in publications from broadsheet newspapers to National Geographic and in exhibitions from Times Square to the Louvre. Robert currently writes for Fstoppers.com and FAULT Magazine. [Official Website]