As part of my Sunday walk around downtown Grapevine I stopped by the old blacksmith shop by the railroad, which was closed. But I saw someone working outside the shop, painting some pieces of wood. Artist Jim McGinnis was working on this beautiful day and he was kind enough to let me make his portrait. I picked the flag as the background, in an area of the dark shop illuminated with window light coming from camera left. I took a couple of frames with the Rolleiflex and some shots with the x100f. I like this one best because of his expression and how he is holding of the old camera. Thank you, Jim!
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