Curtis Joe Walker
Curtis Joe Walker
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Subscribe to my art on Patreon to enjoy more of my photography, see uncensored exclusive images and gain access to my website archives and blog posts, or just to support what I am doing! My website CurtisJoeWalker.com is built on the Zenfolio platform and provides an extensive archive of tens of thousands of my photos.
I have been obsessed with photography since 1998, creating images that are unique, shocking, captivating, inspiring, etc. Flickr never fails to deliver creative and inspiring images to my feed and I do my best to contribute to the global photographic community in a meaningful way. I enjoy photographing people, cars, abandonments and especially beautiful light. A camera's only function is to record the values of light and dark. What we do beyond that is art and I like to explore all forms of photography.
I began with analog film and still work with it regularly. I look at my Nikon Z6 as a money making tool and a way to explore ideas before committing them to silver based media. I don't shoot 35mm very much and don't like it that much. I love medium format, but rarely shoot it. I do shoot a lot of Instant Film though, mostly Instax Wide these days
My studio, Photo Bang Bang is located Inside New Orleans Square at Commercial Center in Midtown Las Vegas
900 Karen Ave, Suite B-108
Las Vegas, NV 89109
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Although Curtis's content is not my style nor genre's that would interest me ( some I would ) you can't deny that he is a very good photographer. He's very creative and artistic in the photos he creates. Curtis definitely knows his way around a camera.
thanks for the information Mr Cooper! I was just wondering what was the camera he was using !
Wow!! Your photos are super amazing. You have a great eye. Thank you so much for sharing with us.
I always wanted to photograph that hot dog car, but the only time I saw it out there I did not have my camera with me. You did it. Congratulations. Great shots.
He's a professional photographer and it shows. I, for one, feel lucky he makes offerings to the Flickr community.
His photos are even more impressive when you consider all his cameras are made from toilet paper tubes and cinderblocks. Also, he whittles his own film!