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One of the most famous concepts in street photography is “the decisive moment,” a term originated by Henri Cartier-Bresson. It is what separates the small percentage of great street photos from the rest.  The idea is to capture someone in an action, pose or gesture that creates tension, humor, suggests a story, or simply creates beauty.   […]

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I took this early last summer about 7 months ago. I wasn’t sure how much I liked it at the time, and promptly forgot it.  I went poking around my catalog this morning, saw it, and the window patterns and colors caught my eye the same way they did when I took the photo. This […]

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It’s time for a bit of a break from the Palouse images. Here is one I shot recently in Times Square. I was shooting for the We35 July expedition, and ended up not using it for that project, but that’s no reason to keep it hidden.

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In My Galleries I walked over to the St. Patrick’s day parade and it was not such a great atmosphere for photography. There were so many barriers up it was a chore to move around. This soft focus image is the best I garnered. Her hair is nice, but to me his mustache makes the […]

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In My Galleries Here This isn’t so much our of focus as simply blurry because I was walking. And it was damn cold. But I like it despite/because of the blur.

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