Dallas, TX: A Mobile View

Apr 23, 2014

Maaz Khan

Maaz Khan started off teaching himself photography with a disposable Kodak camera he got for his 7th birthday. His main weapons of choice are now the 5D Mark II, and an LG G2 when mobility calls.

Dallas, TX: A Mobile View

Apr 23, 2014

Maaz Khan

Maaz Khan started off teaching himself photography with a disposable Kodak camera he got for his 7th birthday. His main weapons of choice are now the 5D Mark II, and an LG G2 when mobility calls.

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It’s Earth Day, and although the holiday’s not exactly something we’re all getting work and classes off for, it’s nice for us to have a reminder that we all have one home. And that home isn’t all green. It also comprises hundreds of cities, each with their own separate, distinct cultures and customs.

I decided today was a good day to showcase a set of photos I’ve taken of the city I’ve grown up in. With all the amazing shots I see through websites like 500px of Chicago, Seattle, or Manhattan, I wanted to add on and give you guys a view of my home: Dallas, Texas.

None of the photos here were really planned. They’re shots I took on my phone and messed with on VSCO, and I think that can help in giving you guys a more personal look at this city.

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I want to see what you guys have, as well. Feel free to share photos of the place that you call home. Happy Earth Day, everyone!

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Maaz Khan

Maaz Khan

Maaz Khan started off teaching himself photography with a disposable Kodak camera he got for his 7th birthday. His main weapons of choice are now the 5D Mark II, and an LG G2 when mobility calls.

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