Montreal is such a wonderful city for street photography, and the architecture creates striking shadows at the right time of day.
Each day - at least two or three times - we take our dogs for a walk. I'll always have my iPhone with me and I've taken many shots with that. The iPhone might not be a 'proper' camera in some people's eyes, but with a bit of simple editing in something like Snapseed it… Continue reading Photographing the morning walk
I've written before about the power of black and white photography when it comes to conveying emotion. Back in April, on St George's Day in fact, a lunatic in a van ran down people just going about their everyday business on Yonge Street in Toronto. Why he chose that way to express his frustrations maybe… Continue reading Once more with meaning – black and white
I have to say that street photography is not something I normally work with. I generally don't like the idea of doing a Bruce Gilden and sticking my camera in someone's face, but I was reading some articles last week and thought about just the general practice of walking round the street taking shots. I… Continue reading Street Photography