Sunday, March 27, 2011


"A man lounges in the unseasonably warm temperatures on Conkling Street in Canton, Baltimore, Md., Friday, March 18, 2011."

While this frame is from the same walk as the other day, I've been really getting more into the street photography scene as I try to get back into the rhythm of shooting daily.

Street photography is something I love equally as photojournalism - I just don't do it as much as I should, and only do it abroad. It's always fresh, new and exciting. There is a rush in walking the same street and it never being the same twice. It's also a fun way to explore.

Baltimore isn't a huge city, and there isn't the abundance of folk say like New York or Chicago. It's for lack or better term - less chaotic. But there are a lot of characters and a vast of difference neighborhoods.

A lot of the time it's a tough crowd, so being inconspicuous and shooting from the hip is a must. In addition, it's difficult trying to pick areas of the city that I feel safe in by foot.

This is another from Canton and Highlandtown.


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