Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

Hangin with Mr. Jefferson #dclife #WeHoldTheseTruthsToBeSelfEvident

Jefferson Memorial in the Summer Sun

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

Fireworks!!! I can’t help smiling the entire time. :) #4thofJuly #fireworks #independence #dc

DC Fireworks

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

America!!!!

Robert Owen Park near the State Department

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

Very representative of my home state. #midwestcred #crumblingstate

Abandoned Restaurant on H st.

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

Just ran past an outdoor movie playing in #NOMA. Nice. Gonna have to give that a try sometime.

NOMA Movie Nights in the Summer

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

Key West ain’t too far away, if I get any bright ideas. #running #brookland

Start of the MBT through NE DC

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

My new neighborhood. #Brookland #DC

New Residential/Commercial building going up right by the Brookland Metro.

Posted 9 months ago

agbyaj:

The Capitol and Water #fountain #congress

Posted 11 months ago

agbyaj:

The Capitol at Twilight. #DC #Capitol #government

Posted 1 year ago
Pay attention to what’s in the background. The subject is most important, but surroundings can make or break a good photograph. If there’s clutter behind the president or it looks like a street sign is sticking out of his head, I step to the left or right until it’s no longer in the way.
How to Take a Picture, by White House Photographer Pete Souza - Businessweek (via thisistheverge)

Just a little advice from the White House Photographer. I figured I’d pass it along to aspiring photos out there.