Tag Archives: street photography
This was a quick capture during the recent Derby Summer Beer Festival It’s always nice to see happy smiling faces…and the beer festival tends to bring about a good few of them. P.T.
I’ve been told this photo is cute, which is what i also thought at the time. Of course there’s a bit more to it than the fact it’s cute. In a way i don’t feel the need to explain it, … Continue reading
I took this photo during one of our regular monthly photo walks. I saw the possibility of a photo using the reflection in the back of a car, then noticed this woman wearing a red coat to go with the … Continue reading
Late last year my friend Gary gave me his old iPhone after he’d had an upgrade. The ideas was for me to get used to using it as a media tool for when we’re out and about and want to … Continue reading
There’s always a lot said about what constitutes “Street Photography”, but who’s to say who is right? Does it have to be portraits? Do they have to be candid? Or can you get up close and personal? Do there have … Continue reading
Whist out taking photographs in the street i started to notice just how many people are using a mobile phone, whether talking or texting. It started in London during the Royal Wedding whilst taking candid style portraits. Looking at the … Continue reading
After much conversation with my mate Gary, and after viewing thousands of images during the Format International Photography Festival in Derby, we decided it was time to set up a collective. Not only was this years Format Festival based around … Continue reading