In Review; July

July 2018. Warsaw July came and went so fast I feel like I didnt really get to enjoy it that much. But, when I look back at all of the images I shot…I would have to say that I really did enjoy it and in fact, I can easily say that I enjoyed the hell…

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One Minute of Silence, Warsaw Uprising

Precisely 17:00 an alarm sounds across the city of Warsaw announcing the start of the minute of silence commemorating the 74th Warsaw Uprising anniversary….

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In Review; June

A look back on the images made in June 2018.

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And you run and you run to catch up with the sun but it’s sinking…

  Warsaw, Poland Summer 2018 A casual moment as a man makes his way across Most Poniatowskiego on a warm summer evening recently.  I love vignettes of little moments like this and how they stick with me for days after, stewing and waiting for me to give the image some life and share the moment.…

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Learning Curves

May 11th 2013 When we first moved into our apartment in Jezyce, I noticed this contraption in the courtyard and immediately thinkingt how sad it was that the childrens playground area wasn’t finished…or worse, that it was complete, and it terrified the kids with its starkness! The newness of my environment often had me amazed,…

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Tram Stories, A prelude

These observations are of curiosity and love, filled with nostalgia and sense of timelessness. Little vignettes of a much larger picture.

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7 Tips on Dealing with Fear in Street Photography

What advice would you give someone who’s trying to get into street photography but is kind of intimidated by all those people who look at them when they shoot?

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Hop, Skip and Jump 300/365

Warsaw, Poland Summer 2018 Nothing quite like hanging out in the gutter staring at reflections while disrupting the normal progression of pedestrians and instilling bewilderment and confusion as they realize they are walking across and into my shot….thereby “ruining” it. Little do they know, that they are the shot. 300! Not too many more to…

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