Political Revolution?

This sign caught my eye when I walked by it on Sunday. I’ve gotten obsessed with photographing rally’s and protests. Some are successful and I walk away with the story along with some great photos. Other times its a complete flop show and not a single image is worthwhile. Some successful, in my opinion, protests that I’ve photographed were the Rob Ford Protest and the Irish Water Protests. Part 1 & Part 2 Oddly enough this rally is just the

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Shifting Focus

I feel like many Street Photographers have a tendency to shift focus at some point within their “photographic” career / hobby to something different. They don’t abandon street photography altogether but shift their focus to something more meaningful to them. You see this happen with photojournalist as well. Many of them spend their time documenting political issues, wars, etc and do some sort of photography on the side that allows them to decompress. Be it street, landscape, or portraiture. I

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On The Way Home

Another shot from Paris. I made sure to do a night walk every day I was in Paris. It was something I needed to experiment more with when shooting digitally. When I took this photo my first reaction was it was alright but not great. Over time it started to grow on me. I posted it a while back on Instagram and people seemed to enjoy it. It was also the first time I started experimenting with muted colours and

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Mr. Incognito

I remember the day being very warm. Stifling at times. As I was walking down the street this gentleman was heading towards me. Brimmed hat and a light jacket. How he wasn’t boiling is beyond me but it was an image I had to capture. Glad I did. Paris, France (May 2015) Leica M7 + Leica 28mm Summicron-M + Kodak T-Max 400

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