Is it possible to capture the perfect moment?


Its been a great few days, being able to spend time editing pictures, check for imperfections, balancing contrast, playing with saturation. Its weird tho, when you first get the picture you want, you’re stoked! You think you’ve got the perfect shot( this is rare for me). Then time passes, you take more pictures, you try new lighting you go to new places, then you sit down and purge your sim card of all the pictures you’ve taken. Hundreds, maybe even thousands of pictures flood your computer, all of a sudden the perfect picture is gone. You look, and you see imperfection, you see a bird that messes up the composition of the shot. You see a neglected Snickers on the side walk that throws everything off. You edit, you drink coffee, you stay up too late and you edit. Then, and only then you have a collection of pictures that you think are good enough to share. You try to get that stoked feeling of the perfect shot again, and its gone. But you still share.

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Suenos enfermos.


I just discovered a ton of pictures which I’ve been looking for. Pictures from when we went to Chicago for election night, and the inauguration in DC. I don’t sway one way or the other when it comes to politics, but c’mon the republican candidates are pretty ridiculous no? And that’s about all you’ll ever read about politics on this blog.

Thank you for stopping by and enjoy the rest of your day.

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Stretching the truth.


Stretching the truth…I just over heard that on CNN as they talk about Gingrich and Romney. It applies on this post too, because these aren’t all pictures from San Francisco, and the scenes, well they don’t look like that in real life either right? I don’t know maybe I’m getting too philosophical…… enjoy, and as always.. THANKS for Stopping by.

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Thanks for stoping by, Hope your enjoying the pictures.


One of my favorite things to do when I was living in San Francisco, was to leave the house with my camera and hop on a random bus. I’d often end  up in parts of town, I’d never been to. That is my favorite part about San Francisco, I could always find somewhere new to shoot, something out of the ordinary was always around the corner.

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Ok obviously I’m regressing, I’m going to get some sun, thanks for stoping by tho….