This was the street cook @Bangkok, Thailand
Anyone shooting street with film? I am using a Zeiss Ikon ZM with a couple of leica lenses. Usually Fuji C200 or Ektar 100.
Read about this beautiful circular public housing in Hong Kong. Built in the 1970s. I manage to "sneak" in to get this shot. My adventure only lasted for 10 minutes before the security officer found me and was ask to leave.. I guess its all worth the while, right?
Just found out about fstoppers and this group and thought I'd share this photo with you guys! Took this 2 years ago when I was sixteen and had a 150€ setup. (A Sony a290 with an old Minolta 35-105mm) Let me know what you think. :)
Ok so I am out taking photos and and what not. And you have spoken with someone so you could take their picture. How do you bring up the topic of model release should you wish use the picture for say, stock shots or some other purpose?
Hi guys i am new to the group, wanted to share a bit of my street portraits.
Thanks for looking!
A coastal city by the Mediterranean sea in Egypt called Matrouh has a famous huge rock not so far from the shore, people come from all over Egypt to climb it up and jump back to the sea, when i saw this scene, i immediately thought of Gulliver and the tiny people of Liliput so i took the shot.
Like the title said, I tried to capture the essence of traditional market through this series of picture. In particular, through the last 4 pictures I tried to tell the story of a butcher.
This was a local mechanic resting, post noon after lunch.
No matter where you are, how you are, what conditions you are in, how hard life is, giving yourself some time and living for yourself for just a brief moment may give you the strength to go to the next level.
Carriage in a heavy winter storm in the city Groningen in the Netherlands. I made this picture when I was capturing a wedding. We (the wedding couple, the quest and myself) where all hiding for this heavy winter storm in a cafe. I saw the wedding carriage was leaving and I quickly opened a window in the cafe and was just in time to capture this...
Moving day for a lembu (sarcophagus) in preparation for a royal cremation ceremony in Ubud, Bali.
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I am thoroughly convinced that in every role of film or set of digital photos, resides one picture that's just better than the rest of the ones I took that day. for me this is one of them.
I took this after only a couple months of photography, on my way back from the streets of New York and seconds from missing my train home, I decided...