Exhibit for Colombia & Atlanta Celebrates Photography

Atlanta Celebrates Photography Four of my digital and film street photos of Colombia in black and white and color will be on display at the Colombian Consulate of Atlanta as part of Atlanta Celebrates Photography. The title of the exhibit is Click Colombia and includes photographic works from a total of six Colombian photographers based in Atlanta….

When Using Color in Street Photography Makes Sense

Digital, Ricoh GR  “The East Atlanta Strut”, Georgia, 2014    8/16/16 EDITED: Original post, September 29, 2014. I wholeheartedly embrace the idea that monochrome lends a certain beauty to a photograph that demands more of both the photograph and the photographer. However, the subject of color versus black and white is interesting to me, so I…

Ben Helton’s “Messiah”

Ben Helton joined The Atlanta Street Photography Group (ASPG) in 2011, a couple of years after I started the group on Flickr. I remember one of our first discussion meet ups after we migrated ASPG to Facebook. Ben drove to Manuel’s Tavern in Atlanta all the way from his home in Senoia, roughly an hour south of the city. I…

Quick Tips on Photographic Visual Story Telling

A few years ago I took a visual storytelling class for photography and I never forgot it. It has served me with a good foundation for most of my photoblog posts since – and I hope one day when I get the time to create my book, it will serve me then. For now, I would like…

Chasing Lines and Shadows in Chicago

Digital, Ricoh GR Chicago, 2015   One Friday Afternoon in Downtown Chicago Three cameras. Camera one, part one…. street photography is plentiful in “Chi-town”.

When Using Black and White in Street Photography Becomes The Norm

  When you photograph people in color, you photograph their clothes. But when you photograph people in Black and white, you photograph their souls! — Ted Grant There are lots of articles about why street photographers prefer monochrome treatments to images as opposed to black and white. That’s why my post on When Using Color in Street…

Non-Valentine Phobia

We fear no valentine on February 14. I call it “Non-Valentine Phobia”. The fear is not the problem and the problem is not being alone, it’s that we believe that being alone is a curse of forever and that somehow we are destined for it. In most cases, being without a partner is temporary. Few…

Vintage Washeteria

Vintage Washeteria – Street Scenes Film Shot  – New Orleans, Louisiana …

Back to NoLa

Back to Nola– Street Scenes Film Shot  – New Orleans, Louisiana …