Kameron Sears

Graphic designer and photographer Kameron Sears finds that many aspects and elements of design and photography go hand-in-hand, making it easy for him to find ways to intersect and intertwine the two fields he is most passionate about. He feels that his style is still evolving, moving from the architecture and cityscapes he shot when he was first getting started in 2015. Today, he finds himself gravitating more toward street photography, inspired by the works of Vivian Maier and Saul Leiter, among others.

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When editing shots from his Sony camera, Kameron prefers to do his editing in Lightroom, and Snapseed/VSCO when editing shots from his phone. He will generally begin the process using a preset from VSCO as a starting point, then make further edits until he is satisfied with his results, steering away from extreme edits and embracing the philosophy that less is indeed more. Kameron has been published in Trope Chicago, volume one of the Trope City Editions series, a collection of urban and architectural photography books of cities around the world by today’s emerging photographers.

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“I feel like Chicago has a little bit of everything. A variety of architecture, the river, the lake, the “L,” diverse neighborhoods, the four seasons, and overall, humble and real midwestern people. All those things, combined with a huge photography community here, keep me inspired.”

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