So amongst the chaos of people rushing in and out of the temple, it's really hard to find an angle that look nice without some random people in the background.
Spent a long time walking around the stairs like a maniac to look for an angle. End up taking this shot. What do you like about this shot and what do you not??
And also, have you seen my trip to Batu Caves? It's on the last IGTV :)
A couple weeks ago I spoke at the @storytellers_photoconference in Miami. My talk was about my sixteen year journey as a photographer; its ups and downs, where I’ve been and what’s in my future as a photographer. While preparing for the presentation I had to look at a whole lot of very bad, very old photos, but I came across this photo of my Grandma Bea from 2010. Even though by that time I had been shooting for seven years, in many ways, it was first real photo. The first photo that meant something to me, my family, and our history.
I’d also like to thank @blimietphotography and @dayinyourlifeproject for inviting me to speak at their inaugural conference that brought a hundred documentary family photographers together from all over the world. Thank you for giving me a reason to look inwards, and for letting me a part of thoughtful photographic education from some talented photographers and teachers. To everyone I met and talked to at the conference: thank you for sharing your own journey with me. #42point2
The petrified forest in Eastern Arizona is one place to check out, this is just one of many landscapes you can find out there. Was a gloomy day so the colors didn’t pop as much as they could there. Definitely need to go back in good weather conditions