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Sometimes when we witness the hard things in the today's world of Occupy Movement, people tend to see the negative side of the protest. I was motivated by a handful, I was pushed by a photo teacher in my contemporary photography class, and I was supported by many; this was when I had to open up my eyes and tell myself to document history in the making at Downtown Los Angeles. Documenting the Humanity side of this protest, not the negativity.
We. Are. The. 99%! Has truly motivated me to become a documenter / photojournalism photographer. I am not used to these kind of photographs, so it was a big step as is for me to witness the history at Los Angeles.
The title of the book was influenced by my girlfriend, which I deeply appreciate and beyond thankful for, it's a bittersweet truth behind it. This Occupation Will Not Be Televised... now the fun part is, since this is Part I of the book series, other parties will be documented different cities when I can find the funds for it. Only time will tell for when that can happen.
Do hope you enjoy the book, I had taken well over 1,000 images in the last month, so it's been a handful of challenges to pick out which photos made it to the cut.
Características y detalles
- Categoría Historia
Cuadrado grande, 30×30 cm
- Fecha de publicación nov. 15, 2011
- Etiquetas downtown los angeles, we are the 99%, contemporary photography, photo art, speech, freedom, tv, televised, occupation, history, photos, photography, l.a., los, angeles, california, ca, city, hall, protest, occupy, protesting, 99%, humanity, life, people, portrait, photo, photojournalism, journalism, movement, documentary, interesting, contemporary, art
Howdy Hey Everyone! :) My name is Raul, I'm a College Student, and ready to be taking all sorts of photos... there is limitations behind that of course ;) But I am always exploring with my Camera. I'm still new into many areas of photography; but that doesn't stop me for what I am wanting to do with (whenever I finish) my achieved goal to get my AA Degree. I do sense that when sharing photos, it can motivate many other photographers out there, wither professional or amateur, but I kind of do wish to see less professional cameras by people who doesn't know how to use it and willingly to waste cash, then decides that their equipment isn't good enough for them, it kind of bugs me to a certain degree.... It is about the vision you and how you perceive it, and take that information data to consideration what it is of purpose to serve what is given to display Art. Anyhow, if having any questions; be freely to msg me on my fan page :) Cheers! Raul