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COUNTDOWN TO MIAMI

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ONE-DAY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

I have the privilege of teaching a one-day street photography workshop for a photographer from Columbus, Ohio next week. The Florida weather has been fantastic lately too, as the humidity is low, the ocean breeze is cooling, and the sun has been shining. We plan to explore the Wynwood Art District, Little Havana, downtown, and if we can squeeze it in, South Beach too. The above photo was taken in South Beach, Miami.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING STREET PHOTOGRAPHY, AND WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE A ONE OR TWO DAY, ONE-TO-ONE WORKSHOP IN MIAMI, PLEASE CONTACT ME.


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COUNTDOWN TO MIAMI

©CRAIG LITTEN

ONE-DAY STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP

I have the privilege of teaching a one-day street photography workshop for a photographer from Columbus, Ohio in early November. The Florida weather has been fantastic lately too, as the humidity is low, the ocean breeze is cooling, and the sun has been shining. We plan to explore the Wynwood Art District, Little Havana, downtown, and if we can squeeze it in, South Beach too. The above photo was taken on Miami Beach in South Beach.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING STREET PHOTOGRAPHY, AND WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE A ONE OR TWO DAY, ONE-TO-ONE WORKSHOP IN MIAMI, PLEASE CONTACT ME.


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Countdown to Miami

©CRAIG LITTEN

One-Day Street Photography Workshop

I have the privilege of teaching a one-day street photography workshop for a photographer from Columbus, Ohio in early November. The Florida weather has been fantastic lately too, as the humidity is low, the ocean breeze is cooling, and the sun has been shining. We plan to explore the Wynwood Art District (which is where the shot above was taken), Little Havana, downtown, and if we can squeeze it in, South Beach too.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN LEARNING STREET PHOTOGRAPHY, AND WOULD LIKE TO SCHEDULE A ONE OR TWO DAY, ONE-TO-ONE WORKSHOP IN MIAMI, PLEASE CONTACT ME.


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From the Archives

Gun Fight at Dry Creek

2012


Today I'm starting a new series called "From the Archives," in which I'll pull images that I've taken in the past, and post them on my blog for you to view and hopefully enjoy. The two shots above were taken in the fictitious town of Dry Creek, a western town at a secret location in southwest Florida that very few people know about. Stepping into the town was like stepping back to the old American West. The photos were processed through Alien Skin Software. Normally I'm not big on filters, especially in this day of Instagram where every photo is a work of art simply because it has a cool filter applied to it, but I thought it fitting for these images. The blur in the image of the horse and rider was done purposefully the old fashioned way, in camera, to give the scene a sense of speed by simply choosing a slower shutter speed, and panning with the horse as it ran past me. During the shoot, I was armed with my tiny (but trusty) Nikon 1 V1 and the highly rated 10mm f/2.8 pancake lens (28mm equivalent), carrying nothing else except a spare battery and an extra memory card.


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Rainy Day Color

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O-U-T-T-A-K-E-S

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The Best of 2014

Sometimes your best photographs aren't your best photos. In other words, sometimes the photo that you're striving for may please your client or editor, but it's not the best photo on the roll so to speak, such as this gallery below. I consider these photographs to be OUTTAKES for the most part, or more specifically, special outside observances while on assignment, or even more specifically: good old-fashioned snapshots of things I thought were cool ;-)

(click on photos to view full sized)


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