This remarkable work of a self-taught photographer is tremendously compelling. Jonathan Rosser, based in Washington DC, has captured nothing but his passion with a purpose in mind.
What is different about myself than most other photographers is that I am self-taught. I took no classes to find the right setting on a camera or lighting to make an image successful. About two years ago I started studying the photo streams on Flickr of other inspiring artists and guessed how they caught their striking images. After trial and error I was able to obtain the moment and feeling in a street portrait that I was searching for.
My passion is for the people who have nothing, and continue their lives among so many who choose to just walk by. Their spirit is shown in their faces and eyes and I try my best to honor them by their portrait. My dream is to show a series of my street portraits in a gallery setting, and open the perspective to others that may not take the time to see otherwise
As with most of my work, each of these individuals has a story and a name.
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After spending lots of time quickening to finish at 13 minutes cut of 30 Seconds to Mars’ epic “Hurricane” film, the track’s racy latest music video is causing way more of a blend. The first cut of the short film was deemed too overt for US television.
The majority of the criticisms described why the video would have to be played after convinced hours, the violent scenes forcing a post primetime airing and the extra sexually explicit scenes pushing the video past a 10 pm airtime. However, one explicit scene between two women had to be covered makes the video incapable to be aired throughout any time slot, according to the letters posted by Leto.