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Artist Creating Special Moments

 

Artist hard at work, I love capturing moments or places I’ve never seen and the 2 images above are some that I came across while on walking around town on a gorgeous Sunday afternoon. The first image was a walk around Boston, MA I captured this artist depicting a statue in the middle of the park and the second was a Sunday walk around the lake in the heart of Downtown Orlando, FL as he started to play his violin the ducks picked up their heads to listen.  These are Artist creating special moments, they say a photo is worth a thousand words, I don’t think there is much else for me to say about these.  Let me know what you think.

 

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Some of my favorite photos of this summer

At times I take photos every day while walking around the city, or just to and from work, or while visiting family. I used to share all my photos on here but ever since getting hooked on Instagram I seem to be sharing less and less, lets change that, from now on I will be sharing photos at least once per week, photos I’ve taken that week or some from years back since I do have a huge library of photos. Here are just a few from the last few photos from this summer, I’ve made a lot more photos but these are some of my favorites. Two are from Delray Beach FL, and the rest from my every day walks around downtown Orlando, FL.

 

 

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Walking around Orlando making Black & White or Monochrome Photos

 

Walking around downtown Orlando, Florida capturing a few amazing black and white images, on a sunny day, then on a cloudy rainy afternoon.  The first Black & White is was a late afternoon on Orange Avenue where the Sun was only hitting one corner of this building. The second Black and White image was a dark and very cloudy afternoon over the downtown Orlando Lynx Bus station. The last Black and White image is actually my favorite I was on my way home on a Lynx bus, it was raining and cloudy and water drips and drops were on the window, we were stuck in traffic for a while so I made a few images.

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Flying Over Myself

Learning how to fly #djimavicair #djicreator #myfotolife

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Trying out the DJI Mavic Air, this is so awesome, very happy to have a new side to my photography hobby. The Mavic Air has a lot of one-touch functions that will make you look like a pro. Can’t wait to share a lot more photos and short videos of me flying around the world.

 

 

 

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Flying Over Downtown – Aerial Photography

Gorgeous late afternoon flying over Lake Eola Park in the heart of the city beautiful Orlando, Florida with the Mavic air #drone #ig_picoftheday #igersorlando #picoftheday #sky #skyblue #ig_Central_Florida #sunset #lake #park

 

Learning how to fly over Downtown Orlando, Florida for the very first time pic #2

Here are just 2 photos from my very first flight around downtown, getting a drone with a great camera is an amazing way to fly.

 

Aerial Photography – as per wikipida.org

Aerial photography is the taking of photographs from an aircraft or other flying object.[1] Platforms for aerial photography include fixed-wing aircraft, helicopters, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs or “drones”), balloons, blimps and dirigibles, rockets, pigeons, kites, parachutes, stand-alone telescoping and vehicle-mounted poles. Mounted cameras may be triggered remotely or automatically; hand-held photographs may be taken by a photographer.

Aerial photography should not be confused with air-to-air photography, where one or more aircraft are used as chase planes that “chase” and photograph other aircraft in flight.

 

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Let’s Explore a few Photography Genres

Landscapes, Portrait, Fine nudes, Travel, Wildlife or nature, Uncategorized, Macro, City, Architecture, Fashion, Still life, Conceptual, Street, Photojournalism, Underwater, Black & White or Monochrome, Family, Night, Sports, Staged, Abstraction, Air Photography, Fine art, Astrophotography, Color photography, Flash, Photonovels, Pictorialism, Social documentary, Vernacular photography, Panorama

The photography family has so many branches that you can get lost in one and never experience all the others amazing things you can explore.  For a long time, I’ve heard and read that to be a great photography you must pick one type of photography, create a signature look and people will buy your work or hire you to do much more of it.

But if you haven’t explored more then just a few how do you know that this is the one for you. So that I say let’s explore more than just a few photography genres and see which we love the mores. For the new few months, I will be exploring Aerial Photography. To help me with that I’ve purchased the new DJI Mavic Air and will be sharing new photos here and on my Instagram account very soon. Which will you explore?