The second shot from D’Orsay museum. Really hard to get clean shots of the window. There’s people standing there pretty much all the time, you have to wait and be really fast when people move.
Category Archives: Street Photography
The year started exactly like last year ended, with rain.
I often go out after dark and try to find something different. Lately this has not been easy, due to the utter lack of light. People shun the light sources and make it even harder to get anything interesting so I haven’t been out as much as I hoped.
The above is shot with my trusted little Panasonic GX1, on a dark and rainy evening as I was out getting a cake for my birthday.
Lisbon is one of those cities I fell in love with almost immediately. I love the way the streets were paved, the light, the colors and the friendliness of the people. I will be back
A summer´s day and two skaters are having fun.
I’m very partial to harsh shadows so I tend to take these shots in the afternoon as the sun is low but still gives me strong lines between shadow and light and long shadows from the subjects, like from the skater above.
Train station in Gothenburg, Sweden on a sunny and very warm summer day.
I often try to incorporate a triangle into my shots. Lines and Geometry is very important for me and I always look for those Geometric lines, shadows and light when I roam the streets.
The Smoker – An older candid shot from Gothenburg.
I like going back to these older shots and remind myself how I used to shoot and think. The girl actually caught me shooting her and as she turned around she had a camera in her hand, fellow photographer hunting the street.
Older Street Photography with my first DSLR Canon 350D