Posted on October 31, 2016
It has been a while since my last blog, but here I am. I have recently been inspired by a wonderful blog @ jtinseoul. As always, if I name it, click on it, it will take you somewhere nice. This post is slightly different and may bore my friends to tears, feel free to skip it.
jtinseoul’s blog was very heartfelt, he speaks about the emotions that go with taking photographs. This links closely to what Trey Ratcliff speaks about when he talks of the artist’s journey. Read More
Posted on October 13, 2016
If you can smell the street by looking at the photo, it’s a street photograph.
Number 1. You have to have a person in a photo to make it a street photograph.
I often post my pictures on the google+ site Street Photographers. It is a great site, but insists that there must be a strong human element in the shot. However, I think there are many elements that fall into the area of ‘street’.
Nothing says ‘street’ more than a row of parked-up bicycles.