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    Kauffman Center
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    Mulberry & St. Louis Ave.
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    The Great 2017 Eclipse
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    Kansas City Street Car
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The Plaza Lights

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47th Street through the Plaza. Composite of 10 photos from time lapse

JS Nichols Parkway & 47th Street. Composite of 10 photos from time lapse

Giralda Tower

From atop the Apple Store

From atop the Cheescake Factory

I shot these a few weeks back and completely forgot about them. I spent an evening hopping from parking garage to parking garage on the Plaza, shooting the Plaza Lights. I was barely able to catch the sunset and get a few long exposures and time lapse videos shot.

My KansasCity365 project on Instagram is in full swing and will likely drive me crazy at some point. My goal is to show 365 different photos of Kansas City, over the next year. Angela recommended I put all of the photos into a book at the end of a project. so look for details on that next year sometime. Follow along on Instagram, if you already don’t.

Keep up on Flickr and Instagram for more frequent posts. Also, if you’d like prints, head over to Society6.



Summer Time Sunsets

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Sunset Over Missouri River

Sunset Over Missouri River

Sunset Over Fairfax District

Sunset Over Parkville

It’s been feeling a lot like summer and the sunset have been bangin! We are only a few days into June and here are a few of my favorite sunsets so far this month. ENJOY!!



Revert to Black&White

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A couple times a year I go back to shooting just black & white. I do this to reconnect with my camera, gain more focus, and force myself to rethink composition, depth, and color. In my opinion if you master black&white, you can master color.