Doing what you do best [arguably] is one way of continuing to refine your craft. Being out there and photographing is one of my life’s simple pleasures. I disconnect and simply observe and sometimes engage with conversation with my subjects. No right or wrong but just simple and that’s where I’m headed. I tweeted yesterday:
And I maintain what I said but I certainly feel like this little camera is magical. Not only does it permit you to do documentary photography unnoticed but it can get the shot from wonderful perspectives but enough words I’ll let the images speak for themselves.
nice work 🙂
love his expression – seems both uncertain & hopeful at the same time. powerful street portrait
Sorry I haven’t been around much my friend! Sooo busy these days just keeping up with life. I always read your posts and enjoy them. I watched “Near Equal” last night and immediately thought of you.
No worries Josh, thanks for the vote of confidence, you’re too kind for thinking of me after that film. Cheers and I hope all is well.
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/geoffmahood] Geoff, you’re a class act, thank you for your compliments. Cheers from Miami, FL.
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/crfarling] Indeed, Master Attea deserves it, thanks for chiming in.
[http://www.flickr.com/photos/jccuba] Thanks JC, I appreciate it.
Great perspective with unique composition
Thanks JC, I appreciate it.
nice towering perspective
Indeed, Master Attea deserves it, thanks for chiming in.
Really gritty environmental portrait with a super PoV. Lovely to see another upload from you Jorge. Best wishes from Northern Ireland.
Geoff, you’re a class act, thank you for your compliments. Cheers from Miami, FL.
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