For the 25th day of Thirty Days 2009, I walked around downtown San Diego in the early morning. One thing I am doing while walking is always looking for images, whether it is at eye level, below eye level or above. Near the Little Italy light rail station I found an interesting building, not only with the facade but also the lights hanging from the building. Working to get a good angle, and avoid the morning flow of light rail I found a perspective I liked for the image which was then converted to black and white.
A picture tells a story. With so many ways to tell a story, a picture not only communicates the vision I see but allows viewers to interpret the story in their own way.
The enjoyment of communicating stories through images has been with me since I was young, and it has grown over the years. Working as a software implementation consultant and now photographer my business and artistic knowledge allows me to look at projects from a a center point. This balance lets me refine my photographic vision and tell the necessary story which will make your next project exciting and successful.