It’s amazing how close you can get to someone who is engrossed in what they are doing.
Generally speaking, I prefer it when people don’t spot me shooting them because it immediately changes their behaviour.
I’m planning a series of ‘how-to shoot street photography ‘ articles, and one of the areas I’ll be dealing with is being caught taking pictures of strangers.
07 July, 2017 Picture of the Day A worker repairs a pavement (sidewalk) in Middlesbrough, UK. Fujifilm X-Pro1, ISO 400, … More
29 June, 2017 Picture of the Day A young boy is escorted to school in Middlesbrough, UK. Fujifilm X70, ISO … More
This picture of a little girl disturbing pigeons, which I shot with a Ricoh GRII on ISO 800 at 1/500th at f.8, is a street photography cliche. There’s a million of them.
An elderly man ignores his contemporaries as he passes a cafe in South Shields, England. Fujifilm X100T, ISO 400, 1/125th … More