This was shot out my front window. I was working at my computer there when they came walking by. And because there were so many other photographers (some very good, some practically worthless) all over the ongoing situation, I, at first, was staying out of it. By the time I had decided to get into it, because it was right there and I am one of the best, I only managed to video about half the marchers. When you view the videos on here that I shot of the police and protesters' standoff near Camden Yards, you will see that only a small percentage of the marchers got into that - somewhat violent, potentially more violent - action.
I rarely do work that is showing the news, and most always am creating honest, historical documents. That is how I worked on the Freddie Gray unrest in my hometown Baltimore.
[Watch this in HD on Full Screen, if you can.]
Photography by David Robert Crews