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Muddasir Javed

Muddasir Javed

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“Creativity is allowing yourself to make mistakes. Art is knowing which ones to keep.” - Scott Adams Pictures always captured my attention, from a lonely tree in the wilderness to a busy city life. Art is all around us. It only needs to be captured. From spending all day infront of a computer screen at work using my left brain, I like to pick up my camera and shoot away; and fuel my right brain. You dont always end up with a master piece but it sure works out your creative cells. Thank you for taking time to stop by and take a peek at my images. Special thanks for those who left appreciative comments.
  • Nikon D7000
  • Nikon 50mm 1.8
  • Nikon 18-105
  • SB-700
  • Sing Ray filters
  • Cokin P-series filter holder

Houston Japan Festival 2012 contd...

Published April 6th, 2012

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Houston Japan Festival 2012

Published April 6th, 2012

Every year, the Japan American Society of Houston hosts a Japan Festival in the center of Houston - Hermann Park. Over 25,000 people visit the festival annually. For an entire weekend, the festival grounds are packed with excitement, while continuous performances of Japanese music and the martial arts dominates nearby stages. The annual Japan Festival also provides a wide assortment of interest from local vendors and restaurants while festival volunteers perform in the Japanese garden. (Desc From their website)

I was excited as this was my first time documenting the events of such a vast even and it goes without saying, I had a blast.

I had no idea the 15 min drive would take us over an hour and the only parking I would find would be in a public parking garage of a nearby hospital. As my shooting day started, I quickly realized that the bright midday sun would wash all my colors, which is one of the reasons photographers flock this event, is vibrant colors. I had to underexpose my sho ...

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