Mini Story — Why I Took This Photo — #1 (iPhone X)

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Starting this mini-story series to share with you more details on some of the photos I’ve taken. Like my other stories, I want to focus on the thought process behind taking these photos, instead of the technical details like shutter speed, aperture, ISO, etc. (not saying those are not important, but there are plenty of good articles out there on those topics). I will try to keep a similar format for…

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NFT Artist, Photographer, Runner, Hiker, and World Traveler. Took photos from 50+ cities globally.

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Keith Chen

Keith Chen

NFT Artist, Photographer, Runner, Hiker, and World Traveler. Took photos from 50+ cities globally.

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