This weekend was the Fort Greene Park Fling Event #fgpfling2019 to benefit the Fort Greene Park Conservancy. I have lived in the Fort Greene area all my life. I have seen and experienced our continual evolution.Read More
The month of May was a great month for RonLouis Photos. I photograph some lovely events, street fairs, an opera, branding campaigns, and headshots. All of these occasions I found to be very gratifying. But my best engagement of the month goes to multiple brand ambassador Eric Rodriguez. Eric was one of the models for my monthly RLP Urban Photographer's Meetup. He came ready to do business with the photographers and their cameras. He was punctual, dressed and ready to be photographed. He also had some accessories to change up his look within the frames. He brought with him his wife/stylist and his "A" game. All of these elements created the foundation for a successful photo shoot.
This was my second photo shoot with Mr. Rodriguez this year. He knows what it takes to create a stream of handsome images to showcase his brand. He has gained phenomenal results by investing in his branding story.
I appreciate being asked to take on the role of Chamber Ambassador. I am deeply honored to have this opportunity bestowed upon me to serve this great organization and I look forward to helping and encouraging folks to the best of my ability. I want to have a gracious impact on our present members and new members to come. If you have questions about how the Manhattan Chambers of Commerce can benefit your business feel free to contact me or click on the link Manhattan Chambers of CommerceRead More
My challenge in being a photographer is sometimes sharing too much in words about an image. I realize more and more to just share a minimal as possible and allow the viewer the space to imagine.
There is no place in the world like New York City! I cannot think of any other place in the world that offers such a plethora of diversity. The city allows me to capture images of people from all walks of life. New York City absolutely embodies street and urban photography.
On the fourth Saturday of each month, a group of photographers, amateur and professional, gather together at a new location to make this city the backdrop of their photography.
I invite you to join us as we make this creative platform an environment for meeting other photographers. It's a wonderful way to create a community for professional photographers and beginners alike. All are welcomed to participate.
The photographer's urban meet-up is also a great way to exchange tips and experiences with other creatives. We all have something to learn or tips to share. So whether you are a cell/smartphone photographer or a full frame camera user come out and join us for some street and urban photography.Read More
This past Sunday at the Art New York I stood side-by-side as seen in this photograph with the gentleman that spoke those words, National Geographic's most famous photographer, Steve McCurry.Read More
The event was hosted and presented by Herman Miller/Benhar. Our presenter, John Dano/Benhar has trained thousands of sales professionals, with over a decade of sales training experience and is well known for his method "Scientific Selling".Read More
Last evening I had a wonderful opportunity to speak to a crowd of residents from the Fort Greene Community and surrounding neighborhoods. I shared the slideshow presentation of photos from my landscapes, people, and wildlife collections. The response from the audience and outpouring of gratitude warmed my heart. Like in times past I did have butterflies beforehand. I suppose this will always be the case. It's not like this was my first speaking engagement, I have spoken in front of way larger crowds before. But this was different, I spoke about a subject dear to my heart, my photography tied into the theme of the night, "Earth and the Environment"Read More
It brings me joy when my clients are so excited about images we created from their photo shoots. I believe a shoot should be a fun experience.Read More
Come out and lets have some fun doing the thing we love to do, photography.Read More
It is a pleasure to see my photography used in another news story this month. I am deeply honored that the Bklyner. chose to use my images in their Fort Greene Association Story. It looks like 2019 is off to a good start, this is my second photo publishing this year.
Your photos are opening doors for us everywhere.
Thank you so much! “
Fort Greene Park located in Brooklyn hosts one of the best dancing events in New York City. Annually twice a year in the months of July and August, Soul Summit sponsors a mid-afternoon til dusk dance party. The thumping and beating sounds of afro-beats and house music were just as good as it could possibly get. Hundreds of folks expressing themselves through dance as the music permeated their souls.Read More
Another image sold today at the EyeEm Market on Getty Images. The pocket change I did not have and I am grateful for receiving. Do what you love. Put your work out in the world so it can be discovered, loved and embraced. In doing so, you will bless others and in return, you will be blessed.
How are you living? You are welcome to leave a comment.
The rhythms from the Soul Summit located in Fort Greene Brooklyn could be felt deep within one's soul. It crossed economic boundaries, causing poor and rich to forget their status as they danced. Young and old alike danced carefree as the DJ mixed the music. It's an event like no other in New York City.Read More
I am honored to have my photo "Cat's Eyes of Color" selected to be published in the National Geographic Assignment Story: "Pop of Color". So cool to be selected among the 30 contributors who amazingly beautiful photos are featured. Our photos were selected from over 16,000 photos submitted into the assignment. How wonderful is that? You can find the total story at Pop of ColorRead More
The heavy rains have stopped after a fierce thunderstorm, and everyone is moving quickly to their destinations. Dark clouds above and the city streets are wet and shining. I walked along the curbside of 34th street and I looked down to avoid the puddles. However, a puddle reflecting the Empire State Building grabbed my attention. Never has a puddle look so inviting to take a photo of it. In New York City, you will never know where you will find that next great shot. I am excited to share this addition from my #etsy shop: Curbside Reflection #art #photography #brown #blue #curb #empirestatebuilding #water #puddle #reflection #manhattan #nyc #curb #newyorkcity http://etsy.me/2no9IhpRead More
African Girl Look Its Your Future
While Photographing the governor's room at the slave castle located in Cape Coast, Ghana, a young girl excitedly runs to the window. Her small frame body standing in front of the large old rustic window grabbed my attention. The light rays so bright shining in from the outdoors was such a brilliant sight. It casted upon her in such a special way. The moment had to be captured. I thought to myself, she looks like she is starring into her future. I then snapped the photograph. Of all the photos I have taken, this one still holds a special place with me.
I want to dedicate this photograph to the many young girls and women around the world who aspire to do great things in service and in deed for humanity sake. The white space outside this window is like a blank canvas for you to create the dreams you desire.
The future is yours. Be bold and be strong. Never stop dreaming or pursuing the dream within your heart.
I am excited to share this addition to my #etsy shop: "African Girl Look Its the Future" #art #photography #white #red #african #girl #moments #innocence #thepure http://etsy.me/2E9x0zo
I never get tired of photographing these marvelous creatures. The elephants are the gentle giants of our world. They move with such grace and strength. Yet, they are so playful and child like. I remember just staring and watching with anticipation for the elephants next move. They truly rule their surroundings. It was a pure blissful moment when I captured this beautiful black and white photograph. The contrast of the dark gray textured skin of the elephant and the white background make a good composition.
I am so excited to share this latest addition to my #etsy shop: "The Gentle Giant" #art #photography #black #white #elephants #blackandwhite #photographery #wildlife #wildlifephotography http://etsy.me/2DAtyB5Read More