Bill Brothers loves Miami — and it shows. As a photographer at vividly-named Golden Dusk Photography, he makes a point of capturing the essence of the city he’s so passionate about and sharing his work with others. “I initially got started because I noticed there was a lack of quality photos of Miami that people could hang on their walls,” he explains. “Most of the photos I saw were outdated or showing typical spots around town. I try to capture Miami at different angles and views that aren’t regularly seen. Also, most homes and offices in the city feature other places on the walls such as New York and Paris, which has never made any sense to me.” And the rarer the shot, the more it appeals to him: “I’m constantly taking photos, which means I get to explore Miami and experience everything that the city has to offer.”; 954.849.4257; GoldenDuskPhotography.com.
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