moments with strangers 2

Posted: June 11, 2012 in Photography
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cute couple

Back in April the lovely Ms. Trask, Red, the sister unit and her brood, and I spent a few hours at the New Jersey Folk Festival. While I do enjoy listening to local bands cut their teeth my secret pleasure is this event provides me with a terrific opportunity to photograph people I don’t know. I like to think you can surmise a lot about a person when you catch them in an unguarded moment. Except if they are in mid-sneeze. Then that is simply unfortunate timing. Here’s a sample of furtive shots I took on that day. Enjoy making your own alternate realities for these unsuspecting music lovers! (The first installment of this non-series can be found here.)

dude

dad and daughter

lady with scarf

popcorn!

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Comments
  1. bronxboy55 says:

    Great photos, John. I like people best when they’re not posing.

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  2. I would so be the popcorn girl. In fact, I may need to have popcorn now, just from seeing it by the foot. Love people watching. Are these future characters in your stories?

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  3. rangewriter says:

    Love this! I’m a nervous nelly when it comes to taking shots of strangers. I usually end up snapping just as they turn or duck behind someone’s armpit or something. I really like the girl with the scarf.

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  4. sparklebumps says:

    Technically I. Am a stranger… You can photograph me anytime. 🙂

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  5. Tori Nelson says:

    I always love when I see kids at shows around Nashville. At an Avett Brothers show not too long ago, I had to fight the urge not to high-five the 8-year-old behind me and tell him he might just have the coolest parents in the world. Such a cool experience to give the young ones!

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  6. It looks more like kettle corn or korn depending upon how the vendor spells it than popcorn though with that being said or typed, I really like all of these photographs!

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  7. I seriously adore your photography. Seriously.

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