Street photography-Man In White
I’ve been doing lots of street photography lately, working on another crazy project and I must say it is so much fun. Unscripted, on the fly, crazy, spontaneous and simply interesting. Its kind of crazy to go out there and get so close to people because you never know how they are going to react. Walking up to someone and getting close takes some (you know what) not only that, but you only get one shot to get it right. I was about 24 inches away from this mans face, he didn’t seem to mind, though I have had some crazy experiences (a homeless man chased after me with a 2×4 a while back). Here is a shot from the other night. Enjoy…
The Man In White
I went out yesterday to get some long exposure shots, little did I know that every mosquito in Miami decided to go out and attack me. I was out for about 2 hours and got some really good shots, but when I got home it look like I had chicken pox (I’m not joking). I got attacked by dozens of mosquitoes and could barely sleep last night. All in the name of photography. Here is one of the photos.
By Edin Chavez
Woke up this morning at 4 am, I have been itching to go shoot this pier, I made some coffee, packed my bags and headed towards the door, when I opened the door It was like a hurricane, rain was coming down really hard. I thought about not going but how fun would that be to get back in bed? So I went through with it. When I got there the rain wouldn’t stop, I waited in the car for about 20 minutes, but it was not going to stop. I pulled out an umbrella and went out there regardless of the rain. By the time I was done I was drenched from head to toe, I just wanted to get home to take a warm shower. This is the result.
By Edin Chavez