Photos by Jake Deshazo. Edgewater, Maryland.
I always try to take pictures like this. Some people just have “the eye” or maybe it’s because they don’t have “the fear” and don’t expect anything from their photographs, just trying to capture a moment.
They’re great nonetheless, lots of emotion.
to answer some questions but not give anything away…i shoot cheap film on cheap cameras. processing happens at the 1hr photo nearest to wherever i may be.
most of the time i get an image in my head first and then i go try to find it.
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I wonder what kind of film this is. It really helps to push that elegant, quiet, melancholy feel. Some really awesome photographs.
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these are amazing.
4th picture down reminds me of the morning after drive back from a dessert kegger back in highschool. good times until the cops broke it up and the stupid intoxicated kid driving me drove off into the bushes to avoid the cops at 60mph. I think i crapped my pants. so unnecessary i don’t think the cops even cared.
i love them.
Wow, simple yet so beautiful. Some people just have that “eye”.
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