I am Anthony Rampersad. Welcome to Roaming Shooter

I am a freelance photographer currently based in Miami, Florida and this is what I do, mostly...

My Specialities



"Going out and visually recording the world as honestly as you can and showing my observations to others: that's what I wanted to do" - David Hurn



"It is horrifying that we have to fight our own government to save the environment"
- Ansel Adams



"There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment."
- Robert Frank

From The Journal

A Rant on Light

February 7, 2018 Inspiration, Photography
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“We are constantly prodded to bounce light, fill light, spot light, diffuse light and eat light . ….


February 7, 2018 Photography, Street Photography
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“The market sold things that came out of the ground. Not useful clean things like crude oil and…

Just Do It

February 7, 2018 Inspiration, Perspectives, Photography
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“There is more potential buried in the cemeteries than alive anywhere else on the planet . . .”…

A Little About Me

A Little About Me

Great coffee, great reads, Pink Floyd and of course image-making.

I love roaming my world - even if its just my own backyard - seeing and capturing the things which are either not seen or overlooked. Those "things" are mostly fleeting human moments plucked by observation for their sometimes metaphoric, witty or just inherently interesting nature. Read More



Despite this site having been live since 2014, in 2018 I undertook to redesign and re-focus. Many of the original articles and blog posts are not yet re-posted and some won't be re-posted at all.


I have not yet re-launched my latest portfolio to the current site. In the meantime, you can view my complete and latest image sets from my dedicated portfolio site here


"Manufactured" or staged photography does not concern me.
And if I make a judgement it can only be on a psychological or sociological level.
There are those who take photographs arranged beforehand and those who go out
to discover the image and seize it"

Henri Cartier Bresson