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Aug, 2016

Hand of Fate

Took this of a Street performer in Denver

Submitted to Photo Contests


Won Amateur Winner Music And Concerts Photo ContestOctober, 2018
Won Contest Finalist in Music And Concerts Photo ContestOctober, 2018
Won Amateur Winner Letters And Words Photo ContestJanuary, 2018
Won Contest Finalist in Letters And Words Photo ContestDecember, 2017


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Magnificent Capture

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Behind The Lens

My Gypsy Camera and I were roaming the streets of downtown Denver looking to capture some cool street shots.
Early evening. I think.
Nothing special just God given daylight.
I actually don’t remember. I think it was a couple Nikon cameras ago. Like most photographers not only are we in constant search of the ultimate picture, we’re perpetually coveting the next camera in the make and model we can afford. I think all the stats are on the page it’s posted on.
I love taking pictures of street performers. They’re artists beating the streets for some recognition and maybe a little cash. I’m doing the same thing on the other side of the camera. I think it makes them feel a little more worthy and slightly glamorous as I move around them clicking away looking for that creative capture. I always tip them. It’s a respect thing. You entertained me, you acted as an improv model for me, here’s five bucks. Here’s my card too. Just in case you want some promo shots for your website:)
A little cropping and some color/exposure enhancement
In my camera bag
Just my latest camera. (which is now a Nikon D500) normally my 18-55mm when I’m street shooting. A spare battery and sd card.
Get close. Get on the ground. Or climb on a table if you have too. Do whatever it takes to be different. (check out my portfolio to see what I mean) Don’t just take a picture, capture a moment that begs the viewer to want to know something about the image you created.

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