Standing in one spot pays off, especially in front of an art installation in Hyde Park, Sydney which allowed me to capture images of people stopping and appreciating the work done by the exhibiting photographers and artists. I’m forever amazed by the inspirational work done by so many photographers from all genres and I takeContinue reading “Outdoors Looking Indoors”
They saw me, I saw them and I had already decided that I was going to take their photo but every time I brought the camera up to eye level, they both turned away from me so I couldn’t see their faces, but when the camera was lowered they had their hands out wanting money.
Some people will struggle with my next comment, I selected Auto on my camera and started shooting. Why not? Camera companies spend millions developing incredibly small computers and sensors to work everything out so why not select auto.
This is an image that has stuck with me for years. It was taken by Elliot Erwitt in 1946 in New York City. I love it because he has got down low, real low and has managed to maintain the dogs eye contac
Now to dig through my garage to find my bike.
I watched as these two old ladies walked across the Opera House forecourt happily chatting away not knowing if they were tourists or locals.
There is always someone, normally a student or a backpacker holding a sign pointing down an alley to where you can buy Ugg boots in Pitt St Mall. Only their fingers move as they tightly clutch their smartphones surfing the net. The lack of movement provided an opportunity to photograph him, albeit without hisContinue reading “He’s Got a Round Head !”
So I positioned myself to take a photo of people looking at me taking the photo while trying not to get my reflection in the image. Not an easy feat.
Normally I don’t like to photograph people who are homeless for many reasons and the main reason is that I don’t want to or seem to be taking advantage of them but I couldn’t resist asking him if he minded if I took his photo.
Lets start the year with something a little bit of fun. I have named this guy The Bubble Man