England 2011-12: In the Street

Fuji X100 | 1/500 @ f/9 | ISO 400

 

 

After a day back in Fargo, we return to yet another day of shots from England.  Today’s shots are all from London.  This series is a more literal interpretation of the “street photography” genre, although it isn’t perhaps in the style of Meyrowitz or Cartier-Bresson (and certainly isn’t at all like Bruce Gilden’s work, which I don’t like at all) but I suppose it is my version of street photography.  I really love shooting in London; it’s by far my favorite city to just hit the streets and shoot people.

I hope you enjoy them, and if you do, please let me know.  Also, please continue to share my work with others if you enjoy it.  If you like it, chances are that somebody else might too 🙂

-Trevor

 

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7 Comments

  1. Do you ever get into any awkward moments when taking pictures of people? I have always had a desire to capture images of the population, but I’m too afraid to draw unwanted attention. Thoughts?

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    1. I haven’t yet, though I’m not as bold as some. Still, with a 35mm lens, you do have to get in pretty tight. Most people don’t really care, and I try to just give someone a smile and move on to the next shot. I guess you just have to go with your gut, really.

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