I'm not your running around the town doing street photography. Not that I dont appreciate it because I really admire those in the past who have done it right. I was out training someone on lenses and laws of physics, and wanted to show how to look at a scene and tell where you need your settings. Shoot however you love, but I'm a manual shooter. I dial in, and I shoot. That's my style though. It was a cold day, and I thought it would be nice to shoot around 8am. Boy was I wrong! It was cold. We decided to go inside starbucks downtown Portland and then head to Tandem. If you know the area, you know this Bucks and you know Tadem! A couple quick snaps to talk about stopping a moment, and also Showing movement in an image. I only shot a couple frames and these were them! What are you opinions on Street Photography? Love it or is it a invasion of space? What are your thoughts on my images, was I able to have you create a story behind the image?
I'm an Internationally Published Photographer from Los Angeles and now in Portland Maine. I own Caffeine Creative, a Creative Agency. I work with clients from the West Coast to East Coast. I've been doing Photography several years now, but have a long history in Design/Film/Television and Radio. I'm pretty passionate about espresso and making latte art. Follow me on Instagram (SurJones) to see a peak instead a my daily hustle!