Light quality is perhaps the most underrated aspect of photography. Here I definitely found it. Also underrated is our own Beale Street. I know a lot of locals like me write off Beale as an annoying tourist destination. It might be that sure but you can't beat the people watching. Good people watching = great photos.
I don't take good photos, New York City takes good photos.
Finding myself back in Indianapolis for work I decided to check out the St Patrick's Day parade downtown. This one was kind enough to let me take her photo. Shot on Fuji Superia/Yashica T5
One of the things I want to start doing more of is providing wallpapers for everyone's phones and desktops. So I'm starting with this:
I always miss the Pride Parade on Beale Street every year due to work but this year I was off so I went down and did the Slow Memphis thing.
What a wonderful event. So much joy and positivity in the parade and I was surprised about the number of corporations and churches that support the LGBT community here in Memphis. The parade was also much bigger than I expected. According to my GoPro it lasted right at 30 minutes. Which means over an hour of Slow Memphis footage!