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Jeremy Allen
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Attended University of South Florida
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"Essence of Place," my last workshop of the season at +Florida Museum of Photographic Arts is Thursday night from 6-9 pm.  We have a few spots left. Join me.
Tampa photography class and workshop on travel photography. Join a unique Florida photography adventure and improve your travel photography.
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Joseph Gamble and I had a great time shooting Savannah State University two weeks ago! Here is a sampling of the best images from both of us. FYI, images 7, 8, 15, and 16 were shot with my Sony RX1. These will be the first commercially used images from my RX1. However, most of the images are from Joseph's D800s and the 5D MkII I rented for the shoot. This week I'll bring the RX1 with us to shoot University of Florida and see if I can get even more keepers. Can't wait!
 
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SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY Savannah State University is an institution living up to its unofficial motto — "Tell them we are rising." This phrase, coined by the university's first president and founder Richard Wright, uniquely embodies the growth of this bea...
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God in the waters. A church baptizes members at the beach. When I took this, I though of each pair of people or each little family as tiny little portraits within the whole image. There are some details I don't like, and I am not sure if the idea of "baptism" even comes across in the image because: no one is being dunked under, no bible is present, there is no apparent pastor or priest, etc. Does this look like a baptism to you? Either way, is still interesting and worth saving?
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Space shuttle Discovery launches into the night sky, 2009. New Smyrna Beach, Florida. The last ever night launch for Discovery. (iso 100, 112 secs, f5.6)
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Nice undigging!
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Sony RX1, iso 400, 1/125 sec, f8, hand held
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Hi, your image didn't survive the shark attacks and it won't be able to make it to the Light Box. But you're welcome to try again tomorrow. And thanks a lot for playing the game!
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Joseph Gamble and I had a great time shooting Savannah State University! Here is a sampling of the best images from both of us. FYI, images 7, 8, 15, and 16 were shot with my Sony RX1.
 
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SAVANNAH STATE UNIVERSITY Savannah State University is an institution living up to its unofficial motto — "Tell them we are rising." This phrase, coined by the university's first president and founder Richard Wright, uniquely embodies the growth of this bea...
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No legs. No head. I wish I would have used a smaller aperture so the bird was more obvious. Does it work anyway?
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Why am I posting this here: There are two moments in this photo that I think make an interesting pair and that I worked hard to capture at the same time, but I need your opinion about whether or not it all comes together. Moment 1: pouring of the lemonade, framed in the window. Moment 2: the cowboy checking out the passing lady. Both are moments of sweetness, desire, craving. However, I don't know if everything here works together that way I think it does. The ground is dirty, there is trash behind the stand, the lady on the left is dark and cropped. Anyway, let me hear your thoughts.
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Congratulations, your image has reached the other end of the pool, surviving the shark attacks, so now it'll be moved to the Light Box category. Thanks a lot for playing and you're welcome go for swim again tomorrow :-)
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Luminous algae bloom and lightening in the Atlantic. (iso 320, 30 secs, f4)
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Snapshot while waiting in line at a concert. Her expression of exasperation, or angst, (while her friends in the background wait on her) is what I like most. The pole coming out of her head is what I like least. If this image were to ever be used commercially, I'd be okay with removing the pole, but just as a documentary shot, I feel like I should leave the pole.
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Survive the shark attacks your image not. Yes, hmmm. Be able to make it to the LightBox, it will not. Welcome to try tomorrow again, you are. For playing the game, thanks a lot!
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Freelance photography and digital asset management
Employment
  • Joseph Gamble Photography
    Assistant photographer and data management, 2009 - present
  • SCIA, Inc
    Culture and Insurgency Analyst, 2010 - 2011
  • L-3 Communications
    Terrorism and Propoganda Analyst, 2007 - 2009
  • 920th Rescue Wing, Air Force Reserve
    Photojournalist, 2008 - 2008
  • United States Special Operations Command
    Culture and Terrorism Analyst, 2004 - 2007
  • U.S. Army 2nd Infantry Division
    Foreign Military Analyst, 2002 - 2004
  • Team Trek
    Team Building Instructor, 1999 - 2002
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I study philosophy and social theory. I am also a photographer, map lover and sometimes poet.
Introduction

A student of life, always learning.  Former terrorism and culture analyst. Quit that career in 2011 to get second and third BAs, in philosophy and sociology. Done. Freelance photography all along. Seeing with my eyes and my mind.

Education
  • University of South Florida
    Philosophy and Sociology, 2011 - 2013
  • International Academy of Design and Technology
    Digital Photography, 2005 - 2007
  • Ouachita Baptist University
    Biblical Studies, 1995 - 1998
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The gator burger and bloody mary with a rib in it were fantastic. The only bloody mary I have ever liked. Can't wait to return and try more of the menu.
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