Hey guys, I hope you're well (: These pictures were taken between January- May (2021) Big thank you to Kerry's Warwick Photo lab for developing these images. I haven't experimented with many black & white film stocks since picking up film photography. Infact, besides digital edits, I don't have much practice with b&w photography in [...]
Hey guys, how are you doing? It's been a while since I last updated my blog. This is partly because I'm a chronic procrastinator and part- no wait. That's it. I've just been procrastinating. While I haven't posted anything to this website recently, I have been actively taking photos and using photography as my therapy. [...]
Therapeutic Photography concerns the individual's creative process through and through. It's about presence, process and a good time. You don't need a therapist, or an expensive camera, you don't even need a so called "inspiring" place to take pictures. Who you are and where you are is good enough. Pick up a camera ( yes, [...]
Bristol, RI (2021) On how photography can be used as therapy... All art aims to do is capture and express the human condition from infinite perspectives. Photography, like all other artistic forms, contributes to that aim everyday and plays a fundamental role in forming how we perceive ourselves and the world around us. When used [...]
The other week I took to the streets of Newport, [...]
Photos taken 2-20-2021 Newport, RI Canon 6DSigma Art 24mm f/1.4 Trinity Church Share this photo collection with someone who'd appreciate it! Check out my other photo collections around Rhode Island: Thank you follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/ryanquaresma/
Photos taken January 10, 2021 Westport, MA Horseneck Beach Like and share with your friends! What’s your favorite beach on the East Coast? Check out my other photo collections!
Photos taken January 30, 2021 Boston, MA 35mm Commuter Rail from Providence, RI to Boston: South Station January 30, 2021Boston, Massachusetts (2021) -Ryan Quaresma Consider liking, commenting and sharing this post with your family and friends Check out my previous Boston Street Photography collections! Boston Street Photography Volume1 Issue1 Boston Street Photography Volume 1 Issue [...]
It's widely said that the 50mm is the closest focal length to what you see with your own eyes, so that's something to consider if you're going for a certain look with your photography. For me, I love it because the images retain a sort of intimacy with your subject that the 35mm and wider lenses don't quite capture.
Hey there, The other week I took to the streets of downtown Bristol after dark with my camera and trusty tripod. Taking photos at night is a much more technical process than day photography, but I found it to be a great learning experience and I enjoyed it immensely nonetheless. -Photos taken sometime in late [...]
Photos taken December 17, 2020 Bristol, RI Second snowfall If you like what you see be sure to let me know. Like, Comment & Share Check out my other 75+ photo collections and essays
Photos taken late September, 2020 Canon ae-1 program Kodak Tri-X 400 b&w film Boston, Massachusetts Brookeline If you liked this photo collection be sure to let me know! Help support my work Like, Comment & Share with your friends. Check out my other photo essays/ collections
Hey guys, I took the commuter rail from Providence, RI to South Station in Boston, MA. With me I brought: Canon ae-1 program35-104mm f/3.5 lens One roll of fujifilm superia xtra400One roll of Tri-X 400 b&w (Part 4 coming soon) If you guys haven't checked out the previous Boston Street Photography photo collections see them [...]
Hey guys, This article is a friendly reminder, from one photographer to another, to clean your camera's sensor. If you haven't cleaned your sensor since you bought your camera the chances are your images have spots, smudges and blots. Look how bad my sensor was a few weeks ago: I was out shooting in Boston [...]
Photos taken October 14, 2020 Bristol, Rhode Island US Coast Guard Baba Sushi D. Blount Maritime Services Quito's Restaurant If you liked this photo collection let me know by leaving a like, dropping a comment, and sharing with your family & friends! Check out my other photo essays, collections and articles: