Top of the morning to all my people. What a crazy weekend, I wanted to relax and take it ez but the camera never left my hands, I love it.
Here is a photo I shot a few nights ago walking around the streets of Miami. The way to capture this sort of photo is to slow down your shutter speed and pan while focussed on the subject. I spotted this bicycle about 30 feet away so I had to be fast and so I snapped 3 photos while panning, this is the one that made it here.
Have a great rest of the day peeps… Go make some art and share it with the world… The world without self expression is plain and borring… Spread the love…
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I have always been intrigued by people. I always find my self talking to all types, but homeless people intrigue me the most. I want to know what happened, how did they get to where they are. At one point they were somebody’s little bundle of joy right? I often go to the beach and hang out with them, some are really sick and some are completely normal, they simply gave up or could not overcome an obstacle in their life.
It is amazing when you start talking to them you realize they are just like you and me, nothing different, they want to be loved, understood and hugged from time to time. In this project I wanted to capture their soul by looking beyond their eyes with my camera. Next time you see a homeless person dont be so quick to judge and disregard them. Lend them a hand instead…
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This is Barcelona Spain late at night in La Rambla, the guy you see there in blue is actually the gate keeper, he was waiting to close the gates there at the end. This place is really cool, you can get easily lost in the city laid out like a maze. I was actually on my way home when I shot this, what caused me to stop was the man in blue, after shooting this I waited to see what he was doing, about 15 minutes later he walked up to the gates and locked them up and took off.
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The Man In Blue
I was on my way to shoot the sunset but I missed it, I was stuck at a red light and I couldn’t help my self to the beautiful sky.
By Edin Chavez
Streets at Sunset