Street Photography

Blizzardfest 2020

  In previous posts, I’ve covered the importance of finding fun and beneficial events to photograph in your community, or at least, your greater surrounding community. Blizzardfest in Grayling, Michigan is exactly what I was referring to. My methods of finding local happenings is often the same: look at online event calendars, then scope out …

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Winter Night Street Photography: Traverse City, MI

      The temperature is just under 20 degrees Fahrenheit and the wind isn’t even stopping for a “hello” as it rudely attacks and moves on at 25-30 m.p.h. As if that’s not enough to sway even the most shutter-happy photographer, it’s winter in northern Michigan and when your day job is finished, the …

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Sunday Winter Voyage: Finding Color

Let’s raise our cameras, whatever they may be, and give each other a pat on the back for venturing out into whatever weather conditions we’re facing and making photos. This isn’t directed at only those of you in cold climates either. Sahara-like heat with stifling humidity presents it’s own sets of challenges for sure. The …

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Tips for Street Photography in a Small Town

French photojournalist and street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson coined and mastered the ‘decisive moment’ in the storied districts of Paris and throughout the world. With a body of photographic work that includes images oozing with form, geometry and composion, it’s a portfolio to behold, to say the least. In my green beginnings it was Cartier-Bresson’s work …

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