Photo Essay

Taking it to the Streets

Tango Dancers, Darling Harbour Fiesta Festival, Tumbalong Park, Sydney, Australia

The street photographer is an observer of the streets who sometimes captures a decisive or poignant moment. Street photography has been taking place since the earliest Daguerreotypes from 1839. I've turned many of my street photos into black & whites as an homage to the many great street photographers in the past who used black & white film. I feel the black and white images help the viewer to focus on the encounter without the distractions of background color.

Thanks to Andrea Petersen for the Story of the Week nomination.

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5 responses

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (25 Sep 2019):

    I very much enjoy your black and street photography that I have been following since you have been posting your pictures and it makes a wonderful photo essay!.

  • Herbert Andrew Dutton

    Herbert Andrew Dutton   gave props (26 Sep 2019):

    I love street photography and this story is exactly how I feel about it, great images and story, gets my vote!

  • Andrea Petersen

    Andrea Petersen gave props (26 Sep 2019):

    Congratulations that you got photo essay of the week....Well deserved!!!

  • Bruce Unruh

    Bruce Unruh gave props (9 Oct 2019):

    I thoroughly enjoyed these photos!

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