Urban photography by Brad Evans

On the prowl in the downtown

January 25th, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment »

VladVert

 

Hmmm… This photographer and camera look a little familiar.

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Lunch?

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Lunch

Sure. Why not?

Shout out to Travis Jensen and Foto/Mish

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aa4654eccc74518e-ALL-SEEING-1  © Travis Jensen 2014

I’d like to give a huge shout out and props to close friend and superb photographer, Travis Jensen. His star has been rapidly ascending over the last four or five years and he recently made the decision to strike out on his own persuing his photography on a full time basis. Leaving his excellent and secure downtown job he’s held for the last ten years was definitely a gutsy move. But, he was so involved with various commercial shoots for national brands, engaged in many personal neighborhood projects, and, with a growing backlog of future photography projects, it was a necessary move and made sense.

I’m 1000% certain he’ll do a bang up job going forward. He’s worked super hard over the years to get to this point and deserves the success that’s now coming his way.

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© Travis Jensen 2014

Travis also just introduced his own line of street wear under his label Foto/Mish. Foto/Mish is a reflection of how he shoots on the street; i.e. being on a Mission where his street shooting is Focused on Truthful Outcomes. His photographs and his engagements with people he encounters on the street have always been an expression of that core belief and it’s how he lives his life. His series of street wear with some of his best San Francisco images on the front speak to that view as well. His clothing line is made up of T-shirts, hoodies, caps, and skateboard decks – all with different San Francisco images he’s made over the years. The printing and overall design is first class.

Head on over to fotomish.com to check out his line and see what it’s all about. And while you’re at it, be sure and stop by his website at travisjensenphoto.com and take a look at some of his excellent urban photography.

Four fingers

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FourFingers

Tenderloin. In living color…

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TL color

It’s the light…

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Macys

 

It’s obviously that time of year. People running around, shopping for Christmas. I snapped the above on Stockton Street, just before the tunnel on the downtown side.

Gratitude

November 27th, 2014 Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment »

Tree

While poking around on the internet yesterday I came across this quote, below. I’m not one for motivational messages or posters, but elements of the message resonated so I thought I’d pass it on for Thanksgiving…

“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life.
It turns what we have into enough, and more. It turns denial into acceptance, chaos to order, confusion to clarity. It can turn a meal into a feast, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.
Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today
and creates a vision for tomorrow.” – Melody Beattie

MacArthur light

November 24th, 2014 Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

MacArthur BARTThere’s nothing better than discovering a patch of nice light and having a camera with you at the ready. Any camera will do. The photograph above was snapped with my iPhone at the MacArthur BART station in Oakland. For me, color photographs work best shot in light that’s warm, and even better when that light is complemented with nearby deep shadows. That helps create a mood that’s pleasing to my eye.

 

Frizzzzz

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Trees

In the middle of nowhere

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Building via Amtrak

The chosen

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Hanger

 

Cruising through Oakland

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Crossing

We’re Listening

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Dish

The path

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PathMan

Another iPhone snap. At the Stanford Dish…

Edward Jackson

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Edward Jackson

Edward Jackson, San Francisco’s rhythm tapper and digital musician. Ran into him on Market Street a few weeks ago.

 

We’re being shadowed…

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PlaneShadow

 

No title…

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TwoGuysSF

 

Watching the world go by

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TruckTrailers

iPhone snap through BART train window, cruising through Oakland…

Pacifica

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Ocean Foam

Beached

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Ocean Beach

 Ocean Beach, San Francisco.

 

Follow the light

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Walking

 

 

Fenced in

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Fenced In

 

 

Jeanne and me

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Sand Shadows

 

 

Behind bars

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Behind bars

Standing on the corner watching the world go by

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Onthecorner

Morning light

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White jacket

Untitled

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SF

Getting it just right

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Getting made up

 

Visitors, Ocean Beach

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Ocean Beach telescopes

 

 

Alfonso at Puerto Alegre

May 27th, 2014 Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

Alfonso

Carnaval in San Francisco was last Sunday, and whenever I’m there to make photographs, I always stop by the Puerto Alegre Bar on Bryant/25th and say hello to Alfonso.

Coming to the US from Jalisco, Mexico more than 40 years ago, Alfonso opened the Puerto Alegre five years later.

Yesterday I stopped by with photo bud Fernando, had a couple of Negra Modelos, bs’d about a company we both worked at many years ago, and made a portrait of Alfonso. Puerto Alegre is old school and a great place to hang out.

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