In the last few days I have been out shooting constantly and the gallery is a random collection of images. The first three images come from nights that started at the fair. The fourth image is from a small shooting at Club Champagne, no one was hurt, but everyone ran away fast. The fifth and sixth images are from a place on the Mississippi where they load and unload barges. The final layout is from the Highway 61 Blues Festival.
My images are lacking a certain piece of humanity. I chalk it up to using a 24mm and shooting a lot of black skin in direct sunlight. The 24mm requires me to get really close to fill the frame with a face which is hard. And when I am shooting someone with black skin in the sun it is almost always a choice of blowing out the sky or making a silhouette, and a silhouette is prettier but lacks the human features that we relate with. Watch my next batch of photos to see if I fix these two problems.