Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade

According tomedia The Verge, the blockade has disrupted everyone’s life to varying degrees, and wedding photographers are some of the more unlucky groups because their careers have been seriously affected—- no weddings, even if there is no sense or impractical. But Tim Dunk, a photographer from Yorkshire, has found a way to continue taking portraits in self-isolation: FaceTime.

Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade

In an article published in PetaPixel, Dunk describes the process of using the Live Photo button to let customers snap a photo during a call. Dunk works with the subjects, looks for or creates good light in their homes, and then edits the photos in Lightroom. “The image quality is not going to be very good,” he said. “But people are happy to accept it!” “

Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade

Dunk said he had taken more than 50 photos through FaceTime and donated the 10 pounds ($12) he had received each shot to the British Food Bank charity The Trussell Trust.

Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade

Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade

Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade

Photographers take portraits of customers via FaceTime during the blockade