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I am the channel manager for “Subjects” in .com. Should you have any questions or issues please feel free to contact me.
I can't draw, paint or write so photography is a natural choice. I consider myself a storyteller. When I first started in photography I only wanted to do landscapes and cityscapes and found it to be somewhat irritating when people were in the way. But now I find myself drawn to Street/Documentary photography in a black and white format. I try and pull the viewer into the image and make you feel apart of the scene. So if you enjoy this type of image then pull up a chair, grab a cup of coffee and we will tell a few tales through photography. We don't need the entire story, the beginning will do, and you can guess the end. Click
"You wish you could stop that moment for ever, but you can't, it is bound to end. So you take a photo, as if to challenge time. Fractions of time snatched from eternity".
Quote by Robert Doisneau
“…. I remain thankful to be a photographer. In the midst of the torrent of technology we swim in daily, the unchanging mission for all shooters is to make pictures that arrest the eye of the viewer and describe our chosen subjects eloquently. We are part of an honored tradition, that of storytelling, which goes back to the dawn of time. Those prehistoric people, painting on their cave walls—were they doing anything different than we are now, with all our pixels and technical wizardry? I think not. They were leaving their footprints, and telling the story of their times, and their lives. With those ancient pigments on those rough walls, they were saying one simple thing: Remember us.” - Joe McNally
It's your story...let it be told !
You Might Be a Photographer if;
You have nightmares of people using the “P mode” we won’t even talk about the “green mode.” That’s just too scary.
If you meet me, and forget me, you’ve lost nothing, if you meet God, and forget Him, you’ve lost everything!”