Exploring the old

I went back to old subjects to recapture them. This building happens to be one of them and I am proud of he way that this photo turned out. I went back at an earlier time when no one was around to capture it without any human elements. I like how it is not perfect, especially with careful it’s wet sign visibe through the window. I enjoy taking photos of this entrance, I only wish it had a better surrounding. I’m glad that I went on a day that featured a nice sky, which leads to a great reflection. Clear skies are wanting for me:).

Have a great day/night and stay warm,

David

Small Subjects Made Big

Love capturing subjects that people normally ignore. These subjects have more character than is usually avoided due to how it looks or how forgettable a object may be. I often take photos of holes, tennis balls, cards and much more as a way to expand my creativity and my adaptability. 

Early Bird Gets the Worm

Been experimenting with black and white nature photography for a long time but it’s the first time I showcase these kind of photos. As a shy kid, I grew up taking photos like this with basic point and shoots until I upgraded to a Samsung Galaxy S3. But even now I enjoy taking these kind of photos and I always try to explore every medium of photography and never limit my creativity. 

The Unexpected

People will either wait for you to finish taking a shot or they will simply walk into your shot. I prefer the latter but I respect both. I enjoy adding a human element to my photography regardless of the main subject is a piece of architecture.