Category Archives: Street Photography

About 2 weeks ago I took a cruise to Cuba with my hubby and my parents. It’s been on my bucket list to visit, not only because it appeared so photogenic from all the photos I’ve see, but heard such wonderful things about the Cuban people. When I saw that cruises were starting to make…

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  • Rosa Marshall - Fabulous images…thanks so much for sharing your art. XoxoReplyCancel

  • Chris Barton - Such amazing pictures! You really captured life in Havana better than most travel websites I’ve seen!ReplyCancel

  • Cecilia Burgos - I went to Cuba last year, one of the best vacations ever. You truly capture the beauty of this country!ReplyCancel

Last week I shared the pictures of Napa Valley from my trip to San Francisco and today I’m sharing some of the iconic landmarks and must sees there. Ferry Building Coit Tower – which has a really good view of the city Lombard St otherwise known as the crookiest street.  A must drive down For…

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So wedding season in Dallas is pretty much here now and things are kicking into high gear.  We do have a low season at the beginning of the year and so what do  Dallas wedding photographers do during the low season.  Well ask a former couple to come up with a creative shoot idea in…

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  • Ross Pulliam - These came out fantastic! It was a really fun photo shoot and I’m glad my wife was able to sign us up for it. Let us know if you get any other ideas you need to experiment with!

    Thanks for the anniversary nod, it’s hard to believe it has already been 2 years!ReplyCancel

  • Robert Welch | New Orleans Wedding Photographer - What a wonderful idea for a 2nd Wedding Anniversary, nicely done. The juxtaposition between the married couple dressed up in their wedding attire surrounded by the modern city hustle & bustle is an interesting project. I think it’s a nice concept to reflect the inner world of two people who have their own personal space with each other, in the context of the bigger, impersonal world we live in. These photos nicely show in an artistic way how we live this dual life between the romanticized world of weddings and nuptial bliss, and the cold, hard world of urban life.ReplyCancel

So it’s time for something a little different and not wedding related for today’s blog post, some of the street photography I do.  This is just a random sampling of my street photography, but I wanted to share 🙂  Some of these might have been seen already if you follow me on Instagram. If you are…

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We are starting a new style of engagement sessions for any that are interested. They aren’t your typical session for sure. It’s an engagement, anniversary or just plain portrait session in the style of street photography.  I’m sure you are wondering what that means.  Well it’s a more candid style, a bit more artistic than…

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This is my 4th and final post about New Orleans. Kinda bittersweet as I have loved sharing these images with you.  The focus of this blog is the street performers of the French Quarter.  I love watching street performers and I think they breath life into a city, plus some are extremely talented. So here…

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So here are pictures of New Orleans at night and some of the fun that comes out 🙂 Amazing Beignet’s!!!! I can’t help but find love in the city 🙂 These guys were amazing to listen to.  Their band name is Steamboat Willie.  Plus they were super nice.  Ray left his phone at the table…

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So here is part 2 my New Orleans Trip.  I won’t be so wordy this time 🙂  Oh and if you are interested in any of these pictures, I do have them online and available for purchase, click here

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  • Lacey - It all looks so familiar! Great memories of NOLA. I’m so glad you loved it. 🙂ReplyCancel

    • admin - We had so much fun, only wish we could have stayed longer 🙂ReplyCancel

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