Candid Street Reflections

Street photography and superimposed images I’m in a state of transition. Wanting to reach beyond the flat photography, I took my micro-four-thirds camera with me to New York. In a small cafe in Brooklyn, I found some inspiration. While taking a shot from inside the cafe toward the street, I caught the reflection of what…

Citizen Centennial: Shadow, Light and Frames

Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park Images I hadn’t been to Centennial Park on a weekend in years. As a native Atlantan, I was surprised to see an “ordinary day in the park” and yet in many ways, the feel was far from ordinary. It was our last Atlanta Street Photography Group meet up of the year….

Self Taught Photography: Manuel Alvarez Bravo

The Crouched Ones Manuel Alvarez Bravo – Mexican Photographer In the current exhibition of The National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago there are couple of Manuel Alvarez Bravo’s photos. What is amazing about this photographer is that not only did he add to the intellectual, revolutionary artist world of painters in Mexico during the…

Water is life

Buster I caught a glimpse that I couldn’t ignore…

Follow the Light

Hannah Light is the most powerful tool to a photographer. If mastered, one can convey a message just the way it is intended. It is that gift I so wish for, it is my highest goal in the quest to be a better photographer. What I’ve learned from me studies it that we snap away…