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Atlanta, Ga

The Masquerade

November 2011

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Let the bidding begin! 

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Came across extra prints of my In The Road Again & Mayday Parade from the crowd images… $15 each (shipped) or $25 for both.
Holla!

buy these, yes? 😁

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When I first started my job back in April, one of the first shoots I did was the one shown in this video. It’s a pretty bold first shoot to undertake as the ‘new guy’ in the office, but this was a shoot that I had planned on doing as a personal project, but what’s better than seeing your vision be printed up by an award winning magazine?! Things could certainly be worse.

Take a look at this video of me putting together a multiple image composite.

Let me know your thoughts, if you’re the commenting type!

.mB.

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Came across extra prints of my In The Road Again & Mayday Parade from the crowd images… $15 each (shipped) or $25 for both.
Holla!

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Can’t get my credit approved for a $1,500 computer, but I got approved for a $20,000 car, so that’s pretty rad, huh?

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Came across extra prints of my In The Road Again & Mayday Parade from the crowd images… $15 each (shipped) or $25 for both.
Holla!

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nevver:

“…when you’re looking at live footage of a city in your country where people are being ASSAULTED by the police - side with the people.

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Came across extra prints of my In The Road Again & Mayday Parade from the crowd images… $15 each (shipped) or $25 for both.
Holla!

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This is so SO so important, but something that so many people seem to intentionally forget these days. Let me break it down a little bit:
You don’t want to be an overnight success story, flat out. The sooner you explode onto the scene, the sooner you fade away. Without putting in the YEARS of hard work, you’re not likely to be a baller out of nowhere. Granted, some people are born into rich families/have connections that get them great paying and low responsibility jobs out of school, but not all of us are that fortunate.
The years of excruciatingly hard work and failure and successes make you who you are. The years of struggling and figuring out what you’re doing are the experiences that build character. The years of getting up each time life knocks you down are what makes reaching that final goal that much sweeter.

But the best thing, the absolute best thing, about meeting your ‘final goal’ is setting a newer goal that wasn’t even a possibility last year.

I’ve paid my dues and continue to pay them with each passing day and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Word hard; stay humble.

.mB.

(I can’t find the source of who put the text over someone else’s photo, my apologies)

an oldie

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