Kenneth Wajda is a professional photographer and avid street photographer from Colorado. He has a unique approach to photography and a real passion for capturing those special moments that happen in our everyday lives. According to him, photography is a way to capture life as it is and to showcase the essence of people and places in their natural state. Currently he’s working on a project to capture the in-between moments of ordinary life in all 50 states, with the objective of capturing a truly authentic representation of the diversity of the United States.
One thing that really stood out to me is Kenmeth’s approach to photographing people. Instead of staging or posing his subjects, he focuses on capturing people as they are, which really allows him to showcase their true essence. This approach results in portraits that are authentic and meaningful.
My big takeaway from our conversation is that each photographer should be true to themselves and embrace their own unique style and vision. He encourages photographers to be authentic and not to conform to current trends or try to emulate others. This way, photographers can create truly meaningful and authentic work.
Kenneth’s passion for photography shines through in every word, and his dedication to capturing the beauty of everyday life is really something special.