“To me, photography is the simultaneous recognition, in a fraction of a second, of the significance of an event.” ~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
I with you on that one, Henri. With every camera click, I hope to preserve a moment. Whether it’s a moment of untethered joy or emotional pain. it gives us a glimpse into the lives of others, causing our compassion to deepen and our minds to remain open. That’s why I’m SO head-over-heals in love with photography
Typically, I shoot portraits and artistic photos. But recently, I’ve been moved by the photographs of photojournalists. I study the photographs pictured in magazines like National Geographic, and I’m moved to tears, laughter, and I am made to reflect on the world around me. Photojournalism is so candid and unfabricated that it makes one awe at the truth it conveys. It’s freaking nuts, man. Freakin’ nuts.
What’s the meaning of this blog, eh? From this blog’s name, we all should’ve gotten that it’s a place for me to document my photos so maybe a few, kind people can look at them. It’s also a platform for my new projects, my photography stories, photography tips, and a way to meet people that are interested in photography. Basically, it’s an online compilation of all things photography.
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