As much as I liked the colours in the balloons I couldn’t help but edit the photo in Black and White. The photo was edited in Snapseed.
I took a few photos with my phone and my camera with the intent to post to Instagram however the photos out of camera provided a better result however I do regret not having my film camera with me as a good roll of colour film may have provided fantastic results.
The Ferris Wheel in Freemantle screams out to be photographed, plenty of leading lines and the red gondolas are contrasted nicely against the blue sky.
Quickly realising that Tel Aviv, Israel was going to be an amazing location for street photography had me deciding I would at least attempt to shoot in a similar style. There was never going to be any hope that I could create similar images however
I find it impossible to not look down at train stations as there are so many colors, lines, a variety of people and at various times of the day, shadows creating contrast adding mystery to your image. But just where is the Yellow line? Hope everyone has a great weekend Until next time, happy shooting
Stopovers with a duration of 3-4 hours are like a photowalk but indoors. There are so many unique opportunities from people watching to the unique archtichecture of the building itself. All that is needed is a keen eye and quick hands on your camera or smartphone to capture that shot.