GOOD Pictures: Patrick Joust's Love Affair With Baltimore
GOOD Pictures features work by a new photographer each week, with a focus on up-and-coming artists.
Patrick Joust loves Baltimore. He loves the architecture, loves the topography, loves shooting portraits on the street. Though Joust grew up in California and Pennsylvania, he developed his photographic style only after moving to Baltimore.
Joust's photographs are united by a cinematic sense of style. A librarian by day, Joust traverses the city and surrounding counties at night, playing with long exposures and teasing out rich tones from the landscape. A self-professed lover of street photography, he also conveys a sense of place through his photos. Through their own personal style, the characters he captures testify to the unique style of Charm City.
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