Close up



My perspective on photography has started to shift. When I first started in photography with a Sony a6000 in 2015, I was drawn to that camera by sunsets and eventually made many time-lapses. Abandoned buildings and rusted cars drew my attention for the next several years and new friends as a result. A year ago a new friend introduced me to living-history scenes through his written stories and permitted me to shadow him at reenactments this year. Meanwhile, a Fujifilm X100S found its way into my hands and the world of tighter compositions opened my mind to new possibilities. That Fujifilm camera took away digital distractions (menus) and a heavy gear bag that were causing a great disinterest in capturing future moments. Because of the fixed lens, I’m nudged more often towards strangers and their life stories.

Here’s a selection of close-ups from this year.


2 responses to “Close up”

  1. Robert Clay Reed Avatar
    Robert Clay Reed

    There’s an interesting project that began (I believe) on Flickr called “100 Strangers”. I think it has migrated to Instagram now. I’ve always been intrigued by the idea. Looks like you’re off to a great start!

    1. Daniel Brinneman Avatar

      I appreciate your input.

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