Sunday, June 21, 2015

A Journey Into Old Town

Ghetto Life


She's Got Legs




More Places and Things





Spokes

12 comments:

  1. Great shots... Definitely! Reminds me Cartier Bresson... ; -)

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    1. Actually He is one of my favorites. I discovered his work back in Photography about 12 years ago. One of my favorite pictures is of a man jumping over a puddle in a black suit. Very neat capture. I love his shapes in his images as well. Man ! I hadn't seen his work in about 5 years. Thanks for reminding me. I think its time to go back to my roots and break out my old film camera, and get back to my black and white.

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    1. Thank you very much Sir. I must get to your again blog very soon. See what's going on with my baby ! :-)

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  3. Beautiful images, texture (1), geometry (1, 4)! Ghetto Life is a beautifully composed piece...like it a lot. Nice work!

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    1. Thank you very much Sir. It is very appreciated.

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  4. Mark, you have a great eye for composition. Where did you take these shots at? Very nice!

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    1. It was in Old Sacramento. I was out there one weekend with my camera just shooting. I do that often. I will just go out of town somewhere and just see what I can find. Very therapeutic . Thank you. I've often been been praised for my great eye for composition. However my weakness seams to be lighting and exposure still after all these years. Damn !

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  5. Each one a piece of Art!
    Ever considered selling some so others can enjoy?

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    1. I've actually sold some of my B/Ws at a few fairs and art shops. I've never displayed any of my nudes however. I would like to do that one day . Maybe Folsom St. fair or Gay Pride. I would love to be able to sell my street Photography to the public and my erotic work to those more open to that kind of entertainment.

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  6. Excellent work! B&W is perfect for these types of shots.

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    1. I love B&W. I Just don't shoot much B & W with my digital. I prefer using black and white film opposed to changing a digital color image to black and white. Maybe its all psychological. Just one of my many quirks. lol

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