St. Patrick’s weekend in Savannah: 2015 edition

The joy of photographing a giant, public event is having more things going around you to photograph than you can handle. For once, you get to pick and choose. I had a lot of fun gunning around with my camera last year, and it was not too different this time around.

“Oh look, drunk people everywhere!”

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Savannah Film Festival: Free movies, art school, and photographing celebrities.

As a member of the University student press, I had a unique opportunity of working in the Film Festival as press.

Unlike most freelancers or full-time photographer/videographers, our staff is hilariously outgunnedĀ and unexperienced. It was both intimidating and hysterical to work alongside working pros. The positive side of it all, would be that it was a humbling experience for the working pros we worked with: them seeing college students trying to strive for the industry standard result with sub-standard experience and equipment. Continue reading

2014 St. Patrick’s weekend in Savannah and my thoughts on street photography

You can’t get any more irish than this.

Presenting yourself

Some people like the idea of taking candid/street photographs, but are often timid about it. Better yet, they feel guilty because they think they’re violating someone! Continue reading