My approach to photography is one of humor and irony, which seems to present itself to me quite often. I do look for humor, but it is not something one can make happen while photographing. But people are funny, and they do humorous things, and if I'm around with a camera, beware! Often humor is subtle, and fleeting, and one must be quick to capture it. Most times I recognize it when shooting, but sometimes it's on a sub-conscience level, and I feel it and just react to it, but this has happened to me countless times, so now when I'm photographing, I seek it out.
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