RiNo Street Photography
Back again with another street photography sesh. This time, Mike and I headed to River North Art District (affectionately known as RiNo) to capture some tagged buildings, doors, dumpsters, and even sidewalks. As I mentioned in my previous street art blog, portrait photography is my strength but I welcome the chance to practice the side of photography I'm not so great at.
RiNo is currently a developing and thriving part of Denver and I've gotta say, it's my favorite up-and-coming part of town. Not only are the apartments nodding to the artsy vibe, but the restaurants, bars, and the art (obviously) exude a cool aesthetic. A place where individuality and creativity is not only welcomed, but celebrated. Right-brainers rejoice; there's a place for you.
I had so much fun editing these photos. Much of the time when I'm editing faces, there is a purpose and I like to focus on making the photo the best version. It's not a bad thing, but editing the street photos I felt like I could let my hair down. I typically gravitate toward light and bright post production techniques to emphasis the natural golden hour. But I was feeling moody so here we go. And, if you're curious, I did sneak in some photos of Mike gettin' pose-y.
Let's shake things up with some graffiti and grungy, industrial photos.