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Tag Archives: london
Hello everyone! I just popped in to give you an update since I realized I left you hanging with a post back in 2011. The story since then? I came back to London again in November last year after six … Continue reading
Like many serious street photographers, Ian wants to remain anonymous (hence the screen print instead of his lovely face above). If that’s what it takes to snap up shots with such wit and narrative as his portfolio shows, we’ll let … Continue reading
These shots from Pamela show off her skill at highlighting objects using bokeh. I love the quotes she includes on Flickr beneath each photo in her stream. For the watches: “Time is free, but it’s priceless. You can’t own it, … Continue reading
It’s interesting to find two shots in your archives that seem similar despite being taken at completely different times and even in different countries. Both of these photos sort of break conventional rules. There is no focal point. I liked … Continue reading
This is “Bob the Goth”, as shot by Graham F Kerr. Bob is checking out Graham’s first book of photography – images of all the characters he’s photographed around London’s Camden Town. As you can see from the first time … Continue reading
Wandering through the pretty deserted streets of North Tonawanda, I found myself walking toward Drake School because I could see the color of the playground – something bright standing out against all the piles of off-white, dirty snow. I saw … Continue reading
American artist Andrew Wyeth once said, “It’s a moment that I’m after, a fleeting moment, but not a frozen moment.” David, AKA Lightpoacher on Flickr, added that quote to the bottom of a photo as he often does, but it … Continue reading
Consider all aspects of the photographic process. Intention to photograph Seeing a subject Exploring/studying a subject with your camera Review of your images Editing of your images Getting an end result – on the wall, on the web, etc. Understanding … Continue reading
Graham is one of those photographers who certainly has developed an “eye” – mainly in street photography with strong emphasis on subject and place. In his case, the place that has become the main source of his inspiration is Camden … Continue reading