Some Street Photography from Aberdeen for this post. A mixture of some high contrast abstract style and some more conventional street work. I’ve added a slide show and sound track for the first time in a few posts, do you like it? As always comments and feedback welcome.
This is the third and final post on Long Exposure Photography you can find the first two here and here. The V and A Museum Dundee opens soon so I decided to take a look at it along with the Dundee waterfront in general. If you haven’t visited Dundee for
Hi, This is my second post for August, mainly back to street work with a couple of urban landscapes. As always questions and comments welcome.
When I shoot Street images I use the ISO setting to get really fast shutter speeds. I want to freeze motion and capture one off relationships between the elements in the shot. At the other end of the scale I’m attracted to using extremely long exposure times. A few
Two years a go I came to the realisation that I couldn’t continue to use large camera equipment a due to chronic illness and arthritis. I needed a small camera for holiday and bought a mirrorless camera to try and improve my street / documentary photography. I had a succession
To be successful in street photography practice makes perfect and also helps to get over any nerves. To improve your chances of getting a great shot take lots of average / good shots, and be prolific in your output. With digital cameras you can take as many shots as you
First Journal post for April, As always comments and questions welcome.