Over the past several years I have had the opportunity to work for some really cool organizations.  I tend to get really busy taking photographs and have little to no energy posting or telling anyone that I am still a photographer.   So what I'd like to do for some of my blog posts is a bit of a review of some of my favorite photography moments.

This is one of my all time favorite moments in photography.  I have a love for creating light and a mood by dialing in all my nerdy devices to make some one stand out.  I can spend hours thinking and making light perfect and composing a solid composition to create an image I love.  However this particular moment had none of the above.  It was the opposite of creating and manipulating. This was a moment just handed to me because I made myself available and was present.  This shot was taken on a project in Fountain Square, the job was to capture the feel and vibe of the area for Visit Indy.  As I was walking around watching people interact I see these two older gentleman spot each other.  I have no idea if they were good friends or complete strangers.  I saw the man walking hold up his hand and the man on the bike smiled and give him a high five as he rode past. Neither one looking back.  I quickly grabbed my camera and got totally lucky to be in the right spot at the right time. I got two shots off and this was my favorite.