his year had the feeling of the opposite as it was filled with cultural dancing in the streets and generally, people from all walks of life getting together to protest against something they believe needs to be changed and doing it with a smile.
Sure the blurry, poorly exposed and badly composed images can be deleted but once the cull has happened there will still be around 300 images that need to be edited, but then what. What do you do with so many images?
This is typical of the majority of the Filipinos who allowed me to take their photo, they were smiling, happy and always willing to have their photos taken and with a thumbs up
The Filipino people are a friendly bunch and most are smiling when asked if they minded having their photo taken, and these two were no different. They were waiting for a taxi fare but all they got was their photos taken. Thanks for dropping by.
To be honest, this photo is a personal favourite. It reminds me that its OK to make mistakes and not every photo has to be perfect. Just enjoy getting out and taking photos, something we’re currently not allowed to do.
This photo has been shared on this blog before however I find when there is very little to do I sit down and revisit photos that have been processed before.
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 want to share with you three blogs that produce great content and have kept me coming back throughout 2019. They are different from others and are a pleasure to view their photographs but to also read and be inspired or question why you have so much gear.
It’s been a few weeks since the last Friday Snap was published and it’s all down to life that has started to be become busier and busier in the lead up to the Christmas period. Yes, that’s right Christmas is not far away and just think that there is less than 90 days left inContinue reading “The Friday Snap (TFS 12)”
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.