Photography Week

Showing posts tagged as "street"

Showing posts tagged street

13 Apr

Closing In by Benjeev Rendhava
"This is near Marienplatz in Munich, Germany. The area was heaving with people, yet this street remained peaceful. I used a wide angle lens to emphasise the cobblestones, and set a long exposure."
See more of Benjeev’s photography on Flickr.
Image copyright Benjeev Rendhava and used with permission.
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Closing In by Benjeev Rendhava

"This is near Marienplatz in Munich, Germany. The area was heaving with people, yet this street remained peaceful. I used a wide angle lens to emphasise the cobblestones, and set a long exposure."

See more of Benjeev’s photography on Flickr.

Image copyright Benjeev Rendhava and used with permission.

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26 Feb

Frown by Thomas Leuthard
"I was at the Zurich main railway station on 1 January when I saw this man reading in a restaurant. I was taking the photograph from outside the window when he saw me. He tried to hide behind the newspaper but was still curious to see what was going on." – Thomas Leuthard
To view more photography by Thomas, visit his website.
Image copyright Thomas Leuthard and used with permission. 
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Frown by Thomas Leuthard

"I was at the Zurich main railway station on 1 January when I saw this man reading in a restaurant. I was taking the photograph from outside the window when he saw me. He tried to hide behind the newspaper but was still curious to see what was going on." – Thomas Leuthard

To view more photography by Thomas, visit his website.

Image copyright Thomas Leuthard and used with permission.

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15 Dec
Untitled by Diego Epstein
This natural street portrait was taken using a wide aperture to blur out the background, creating a nice bokeh and drawing your eye to the model, who is positioned comfortably toward the left of the image.
View more of Diego’s photography on Flickr or visit his website.
Image copyright Diego Epstein and used with permission. 
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Untitled by Diego Epstein

This natural street portrait was taken using a wide aperture to blur out the background, creating a nice bokeh and drawing your eye to the model, who is positioned comfortably toward the left of the image.

View more of Diego’s photography on Flickr or visit his website.

Image copyright Diego Epstein and used with permission.

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24 Nov
Encosto by Anna Theodora
We love Anna’s unique shot; from the nostalgic colour treatment, to the compelling composition. The image is interestingly divided between the worn textures of the wall and the colourful skyline at the top, which sets the scene. The mysterious cloaked figures give a surreal, fun, and surprising angle what would otherwise be an ordinary urban scene.
View more of Anna’s photography on Flickr.
Image copyright Anna Theodora and used with permission. 
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Encosto by Anna Theodora

We love Anna’s unique shot; from the nostalgic colour treatment, to the compelling composition. The image is interestingly divided between the worn textures of the wall and the colourful skyline at the top, which sets the scene. The mysterious cloaked figures give a surreal, fun, and surprising angle what would otherwise be an ordinary urban scene.

View more of Anna’s photography on Flickr.

Image copyright Anna Theodora and used with permission.

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22 Oct

Tram Memories by Leonardo Correa Luna
Street photography is all about capturing people going about their daily lives and small moments in time, and this shot taken in Hong Kong has certainly done just that. The angle, although quirky, is fun and playful. We love that the pedestrians on the street in the background remain blurred, minimising distractions from the mother and child on the tram who are sharply in focus. The woman’s smile and her hair blowing in the wind add something of a movie-scene romance to the picture. The child’s calm expression and focus on the photographer holds your attention and draws you further into the picture. Beautiful.
View more of Leonardo’s photography on Flickr.
Image copyright Leonardo Correa and used with permission.
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Tram Memories by Leonardo Correa Luna

Street photography is all about capturing people going about their daily lives and small moments in time, and this shot taken in Hong Kong has certainly done just that. The angle, although quirky, is fun and playful. We love that the pedestrians on the street in the background remain blurred, minimising distractions from the mother and child on the tram who are sharply in focus. The woman’s smile and her hair blowing in the wind add something of a movie-scene romance to the picture. The child’s calm expression and focus on the photographer holds your attention and draws you further into the picture. Beautiful.

View more of Leonardo’s photography on Flickr.

Image copyright Leonardo Correa and used with permission.

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