I don’t know about you, but whenever I think of “street photography”, I think in black and white. But during a very brief walk to my car one morning this week, I was struck by the colors: bright, subdued, warm, … Continue reading
Keeping with today’s theme of black and white street photography, I thought I’d share this article from TheDPhoto.com, featuring Hugo Fernandes’ impressive photos. This link will take you to the article and his images. Enjoy.
I’ve been following photographer Ming Thein for a while, and admire his city photography. Thought you’d enjoy his latest street candids. Ed
“I often think that the night is more alive and more richly colored than the day.” Vincent Van Gogh I have to agree with Vincent. Sony NEX 6, using the Handheld Twilight mode, which takes six photos in a … Continue reading
By now, most photogs have heard of Vivian Maier. She’s the woman whose surprising street photography was discovered in 2007, and whom Rey wrote about in 2011 here. It’s worth a quick side trip to that post for some background, … Continue reading
“Learn to ride a bicycle. You will not regret it if you live.” Mark Twain Nikon D90, Nikon 18-200 lens, f/5.3, 1/100s, ISO 320. Cropped and saturated in Picasa.
Rey has long been a fan of Kai Wong and his website DigitalRev.com. Kai is best known for his informative and entertaining video reviews of the latest gear, but he also has a series known as the Cheap Camera Challenge. … Continue reading
Posted in Gear & accessories, Images, Inspiration, Learning
Tagged cheap camera, China, DigitalRev, Kai, off camera flash, photography, street, video, Zach Arias
Those instructions can be found on just about every bottle of shampoo on the shelf, and I always thought the “repeat” part of the instructions was just to get us to buy more shampoo. So I don’t repeat. But when … Continue reading
Waiting for a bus, or waiting for a new day, some of us look ahead, some look back.
A few days ago, I came upon the work of photojournalist Scott Strazzante of the Chicago Tribune, which I thought I’d share with you, perhaps to enjoy with your morning coffee. Scott hosts a photography blog within the Tribune’s website … Continue reading
Last night, my flight had just returned me to Boston’s Logan Airport and I was waiting for my ride home. Across from me, this driver was idling his engine, waiting for his fare to come in. He checked his cell … Continue reading
Since we began this blog, we’ve written many posts on or about street photography. Just enter “street photography” into the search box on the right side of this page and you’ll see what I mean. And it’s been a popular … Continue reading
Last month I echoed the question first posed by Popular Photography: “How do you photograph strangers in the street”? In that post, I shared an article from the magazine that featured two photographers whose street shooting style was pretty much … Continue reading
PopPhoto.com asked that question in an article on their site just recently, and it got me to thinking… how do I photograph strangers on the street? The PopPhoto article includes two videos taken of street photographers who both share a … Continue reading
I just came upon this while having my Saturday AM java fix. By now you’ve most likely heard of the discovery of Vivian Maier, a nanny who also had a passion and talent for street photography, and whose work wasn’t … Continue reading
During our photo walk through Boston last weekend, I spotted these colorful windows and waited for a passerby. In reading the signs in the windows, I couldn’t help but think of the book and film “Eat, Pray, Love”. These three … Continue reading
OK, so yesterday Rey shared his perspective and pics on our early Saturday morning when the rest of the world was sleeping sub-zero photo walk through Boston. In case you missed it, you can read it here. He told you … Continue reading
Posted in Images, Learning, Travel
Tagged 18-200 VR, boston, D90, Faneuil Hall, Financial District, Harbor, Nikon, photo walk, street
2 Guys Photo is both convergence and divergence, a collaboration marked by commonalities and differences. Ed and I share a good bit of genetic matter, roughly similar world views and outlooks… and a relentless fondness for the craft and artistry … Continue reading