One of my current photographic projects involves capturing a horizontal segment of what my camera lens is actually recording, with little or no manipulation other than cropping. Some of these moments come to me before I snap the shutter, others when reviewing my photos after a day of shooting. I call this series " Horizontal Peeks". An oxymoron for sure, as well as a play on words. Please enjoy these images on Instagram @ #horizontalpeeks
currently boarding this plane to vegas and im thinking about all the faces i got the pleasure of meeting when i was in Belize. i’m going to quite a different place now, but hopefully i can carry the smiles they shared with me wherever i go
I don't really shoot in B&W as much as I would like, but there's something about these tiny ancient shrines, scattered all over Matsushima Bay that just begs to be shot that way. I feel like not just highlights every intricate detail of the architecture much better and gives the picture a suitably moody feel, especially while the morning fog lingers around the base.
Yesterday was finally my first day off since getting to Japan, which means I finally had time to organize and edit from the last week! .
This shot is such a good example for why I always try and take my camera out with me wherever I go. I was just walking to dinner one night and passed a hidden little side street just seemed to go for miles, full of restaurants and stores and who knows what else. I could easily get lost for hours wandering the streets of Sendai.