30 Nov San Francisco Chinatown Street Photography In Classic Chrome – Part Two
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Note: Part one of this series can be viewed HERE.
I’ve had some random thoughts about photography on my mind for a while now, but they never really came together in my head in a way that allowed me to write about them until today. The truth is that it was the responses to my latest blog post, part one of new street work from San Francisco’s Chinatown, that made things click in my mind. I’d like to write about them quickly before I share this photo essay if that’s ok…
Photography is often a solo endeavour for me. Most of the time, actually. I usually travel by myself to build my travel portfolio and generate new work for my upcoming book series. I shoot street photography by myself because I am always moving through the city, watching and reacting. I write on my own, though my brilliant wife serves as editor in chief. I don’t work with assistants on weddings or portrait sessions. Barring the workshops I lead or the presentations I conduct, I am almost always on my own when it comes to photography.
Having said that, the photography world is also full of communities, and I don’t think I’ve ever been part of communities I enjoy more than those surrounding the Fuji X series and the genre of street photography. This really hit home for me when I published part one of this series on this site, and shared some of the thoughts and images on my Instagram and…
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