Last week, SFist showed you Troy Holden's Neighbors, the San Francisco-based photographer's breakthrough portraiture series. Working with the North of Market-Tenderloin Community Benefit District, he snapped 50 portraits of individuals and families at their homes or business in the Tenderloin, SOMA, or MidMarket neighborhoods. Tonight marks the opening reception of the show, which you can and should catch at the Lower Branch Gallery.

All 50 prints will be on display. If you were a fan of the popular preview, which let's assume you absolutely are, you have to check out his work in person. We only gave you only 28 shots of the show; there are many more to be seen. Opening reception goes from 6pm - 10 pm tonight. Neighbors: A Collection of Environmental Portraits runs until January 22.

Read our interview with Holden here.

Lower Branch Gallery: 233 Eddy (between Taylor and Jones), S.F.