I have been trying to think of something original to write, but decided to settle for plagiarism. Below is what I originally wrote when I Blogged about the shoot.
Photographing Elijah was one of those days that reinforce the stereotype of what it is like to be a celebrity photographer, that we hang out with cool people and do cool things. We only needed to do two simple shots, so we shot at my place. It was as if Elijah came by to hang out, drink some coffee, talk about music and oh yeah, we shot some pictures. Usually, before I photograph someone, I search for information about his or her interests to find common ground for discussion. With Elijah, it was so easy because we have so many common interests from music to cameras. We discussed everything from the Stone Roses first album being one of the greatest records of all time, coffee brewing tips, London and the eccentric greatness of a Widelux camera.
The icing on the cake was that Elijah went straight from the shoot to appear o