Got to go to Munich for a Street Photography "moment". Included a "TIP" that is a little unorthodox at the end... @4:25. Froze, got a few pics and found new areas.... and found a new product for photography!
Category: Street Photography
Rangefinder cameras give a larger view onto the scene, DSLRs don’t. This, in street photography, can make a difference when the composition is disturbed by people or objects unexpectedly coming into your composition. In this video I suggest 4 ways in which a DSLR can be used to see the scene larger than the image
I think it is difficult asking people for pictures yet still ensuring we are doing “street photography”. I don’t think Henri Cartier-Bresson asked and risked his “decisive moment”! What do you think?
These are the 5 main points that influence COMPOSITION in my street photography. In this video I share some of my approach & what I do, when I am out taking them. Hopefully you will find something that is new and worth trying. Enjoy. Alex.,
Königsplatz, I have done a video of pictures before, but this is a little more. In this video you accompany me on a walk with street photography, a look at the architecture, finding cafes on the route and photographing art & sculpture. I got a VTIN €50 Action Cam because I wanted to create a
Went shopping with Karen yesterday (29th Apr 2017). Took the camera anyway and came across some funny and bizarre situations. Thought I would share them…
In early November 2016 got a day out in Munich. Weather was wet and 'orrid! These are some of the pictures taken over a 3 hour saunter through the shopping area. All the shots were hand held, even the blurred movement shots.
Went for a 7 hour walk through Munich yesterday, Friday 31st March, with Karen…! And she was good and didn’t even have an ice-cream! Together with the pictures from yesterday I have also included 3 pictures from a walk last week. I used the Nikon D610 with the 50mm f 1.8 and the 135mm f
Königsplatz is an area north of the main station in Munich with ancient style architecture. Near here was the party headquarters for the Nazi Party in 1930’s-40’s Germany; and also two mausoleums each “housing” eight of the sixteen “martyrs” in the Munich Putsch. The party headquarters and the mausoleums are destroyed, although foundations are still
Visions of Berlin. I went on a long weekend several years ago with a Canon G3 (4 megapixel) camera, before I got the Nikon DSLR with Ais lenses. These are a small selection of pics. Some are “places” and street, others are more abstract… enjoy! I do have others and will post a “Visions of