Tag street photography

The Streets of Portugal

Street photography is a genre of photography that records everyday life in public places. Featuring candid and un-posed moments of people, it is a form of documentary photography that reveals something about the character and the context of the scene…. Continue Reading →

A Day at the Big Smoke

Street photography is one of the most challenging but at the same time one of the most rewarding genres of photography. – Elizabeth Gray, Vancouver I totally agree with that statement, and there’s no better place to practice, than “The… Continue Reading →

Baby it’s cold outside…

…Damn cold, -15 -20°C cold, and snow blizzards too. This January’s been so cold, I almost froze my fingers off walking around, making photos. But being a true Canadian trooper, I had to get out, and even though extreme cold,… Continue Reading →

A Day in “The Hammer”

Hamilton, that is… my home town. Don’t know why they call it “The Hammer”. Only saving one syllable. Not much economy there. They could call  it “The Ham”, but that’s too much like hogtown. Maybe because hammers are made from… Continue Reading →

Kensington Village Pedestrian Sunday

This is an annual event that I just recently heard about. Has to be one of the most interesting street festivals I’ve ever attended. Lots of food, entertainment and interesting people. [Click on any photo for the slideshow. Please leave… Continue Reading →

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