Final part of my urban photo series.
Growing up on 5 acres in California and then living in North Dakota, Seattle is the first real city I've lived in. There's so many people, but in a way it's more lonely. Everything is just busy and fast-paced. The city is so beautiful, but I am convinced some people that live in Seattle are too busy to notice.
That's what I want to catch. The streets and places walked by every day. The textures and buildings and everyday places. This isn't a studio. This is just the Seattle Library.
The library is unlike anything I've ever seen. It's art and education, although we just rode the escalator up and down a few times.
With this being the final piece of this series, I want to reflect on how it inspired me. First off, this helped me grow as a photographer. Being an urban photographer is harder than it looks; Finding your studio among the crowds. It helped me be more conceptual -- I felt myself wanted to evoke different emotions dependent on where we were shooting. The final thing I learned is that I shouldn't have waited so long to start this project.
Hope you enjoyed my series!
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