First off, I normally don’t post so many images but this was quite a journey and I was bitten by the documentary bug. I’m still recovering from last week’s blow. Everything is new. New perspectives to a complicated situation which in the end will get resolved but at the expense of what I ask myself. Thank God, things are turning around and all good things for those who wait.
Planes, Biscuits, & Limos
Back to my journey. I had to fly to Louisiana for a job interview, a specialty I would like to embark on. Getting there felt like an eternity despite it being not to far away from Miami, but a few connecting flights here and there and all suddenly I felt like I landed in a Quenten Tarantino film, something like Pulp Fiction or True Romance, not necessarily riddled with all the drama but the air certainly felt like it or perhaps something akin like the movie Fargo as well but to be fair, it was the entire time at the actual airport, where I got picked up by a 1975 limousine it was quite a ride I tell you and even got to eat some Jimmy Dean biscuits during the 34 hour trip.[what a run on sentence lol]
On the photography side of things, I’m working of a new preset in Lightroom which I created in order to replicate a look which I really like but its not part of my current gear, its called Bleach Bypass and its part of the new Ricoh GRD IV. I feel pretty good about the tweaks so I hope you all like it as much as I do. Also it worth noting that documentary photography can be quite engaging and something I wholeheartedly recommend you try. You’ll be surprise what your imagination and eye can see.
Your definition of a bombastic blue, Jorge! Stunners every single frame. Feels like my mind takes off & joins a wild ride through clouds. And no waiting place is big enough to catch all that’s going through my imagination on that trip with you. Outstanding, my friend!
All the best & safe travels, Fritsch.
Great series Jorge. One could really sense the progression of the trip. Hope you get the job. Your processing is nice as well.
Really strong images, I like the dark tones, creates a powerful mood.
This reminded me of all my flight trip till date
n i liked the blue shade in the pictures
Thanks Namita, well I’m glad it served a purpose. Cheers.
Just one word: brilliant.
Thanks, I appreciate it, you’re too kind really. 🙂
its always good to go. the difficult to leave our space, gains a better way: belong to a new one.
Thanks Mariana you’re definitely right, although it was a business trip, it was certainly very different. I’d love to go back and really document what I saw. I think about it every day.