I am finding myself more and more drawn to street photography. Although I have expressed misgivings of this type of photography in the past I think I am finally starting to “get it”. I don’t claim to have any great skill in this area of photography but I am finding I’m spending more time actually doing it. I travel quite a lot and am fortunate to visit numerous towns and cities in both the UK and abroad. London’s Chinatown is a constant source of images for the aspiring street photographer. Whenever I’m working in London I try to spend some time walking around Chinatown watching life go by and trying to capture those transient moments of people going about their daily life. Here are a few photographs from some recent visits. All images taken on Fujifilm X100T and X100F cameras.
Street Photography in London’s Chinatown
February 20, 2018
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