Archive for December, 2012

Sunday Church for Atlanta Magazine

Posted by David Walter Banks on December 20, 2012 in Documentary, Editorial, Lifestyle, Projects | 1 Comment

payday loans online utah I recently had the always welcomed opportunity to collaborate with my favorite partner in crime, my lovely wife Kendrick Brinson.  After a series of brainstorming session with the staff at Atlanta Magazine, we decided an ideal photo essay to accompany the publication’s issue on ‘The South’ would be the simple pursuit […]

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Florida for AARP: iPhone

Posted by David Walter Banks on December 7, 2012 in Documentary, Editorial, Lifestyle, Projects, Travel | 1 Comment

This trip marks a very significant point in my personal photographic life.  It stands as the honest point when I finally embraced my phone as another tool in my bag.  Sure, I used it before here and there, and when I had to, but I never truly accepted it –  Never looked at it as […]

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Florida for AARP: Portraiture

Posted by David Walter Banks on December 6, 2012 in Editorial, Portraiture, Projects, Travel | 2 Comments

Amidst the statewide documentary scavenger hunt, iPhone essay, audio interviews, video portraiture and conceptual video work, I still had to fit in still portraiture. As my plate was clearly full, this had to be done in a relatively short amount of time after I found my subjects and collected the rest of the bag of […]

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Florida for AARP: Sense of Place

Capturing a feeling or the essence of a place is always a challenge, and one that I never claim that I, or anyone for that matter can do to a definitive degree.  All we can do is search for images that speak to our own heart, and convey what we feel inside.  Any two photographers […]

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Florida for AARP: Documentary

Let me start off by stating unequivocally the fact that I LOVE Florida.  If anyone needs to know a good gift to get me for X-Mas, one of the cheesy knock-off copies of the I heart NY shirts with Florida substituted would do just fine.  I love the place, the people as a whole, and […]

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