Portrait: Faceless.

Tell someone's story without showing their face.

I had pretty much zero time for this shot due to family and work commitments so I took my camera with me to work one day and snapped a few guerilla photography shots.

I knew that I wanted to capture a black & white image for this week's challenge and this is my selection:

How was it shot?

As noted above; this was part of a quick, guerilla photography session whilst commuting to work.

I captured a number of images of people but this was my choice from the few.

I used my Nikon D7100 with my Nikon 35mm f/1.8.

Image was shot at f/1.8, ISO400 shutter at 1/400.

Editing

I always bring my photographs into [DXO OpticsPro](http://www.dxo.com/us/photography/photo-software/dxo-opticspro" target="_blank) if only to use the auto correction features for camera and lens combinations which is what was done here.

I then brought the photograph into [Adobe Photoshop CC 2015](http://www.adobe.com/photoshop" target=_"blank) to crop the shot and convert to black & white using [Silver Efex Pro](https://www.google.com/nikcollection/products/silver-efex-pro" target="_blank).

Notes

I would have really liked to have more time to capture this week's image so had to make do with what I was able to get.

It was fun though as I've always been a bit scared of pointing my camera at people in the street and it turns out that if you're not in anyone's face, they don't even notice you're there.

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