Month: May, 2010
Track is fantastic. As a photographer I feel there are more opportunities to make different images with this sport. It becomes visual overload and my job is to sort through it all and make sense of the entire event. Different moments,angles,and lighting play a large role in the final outcome of the images.
I managed to fit in a day being a tourist while on assignment in San Francisco,California last weekend. Here are a few less than sweet frames. I’m currently down on my own work while reading Stanley Greene’s “Black Passport.” Inspiring and humbling.
We had the fantastic opportunity to catch a glimpse of a small portion of southern Nicaragua last week with great friends. Vacationing in a third world country is always humbling and encouraging. Humbling, because it makes us all realize that we have so much in our own country. Maybe it’s too much at times. Encouraging, because it forces me to learn another culture and a very fragmented portion of their language. It’s amazing to see how many know our language when all I know of theirs is enough to greet them politely and ask for cerveza. I’m still working on the second half. Here are just a few of the images made throughout our adventure. Cheers.