In his book Think Like a Street Photographer Matt Stuart makes this observation: “If you don’t have a camera on you at all times, you’re not really a photographer; you’re just someone who saw some stuff and told people about what you saw.“ Think Like a Street Photographer – Matt
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’ve had the latest version of Fujifilm’s X100 series, the ‘F’, for a few weeks now. Life being what it is, i.e. busy, I’ve sadly not had the chance to use it as much as I’d hoped but here are my first impressions with a few images of and from the camera. This
This weeks Friday Foto (actually shot a couple of weeks ago) is from a little project I set myself. How many abstract architectural images could I capture on a short walk from my hotel to the subway and on to the client I was visiting. I took lots and got
I have a confession to make – I’ve never really ‘got’ street photography. What exactly is it for and why do so many photographers take pleasure roaming the streets of cities around the world snapping unsuspecting citizens going about their daily business? Although I have dabbled in making street photographs over the
For this weeks Friday Foto I set myself the challenge of capturing some street photos using some different techniques. Here are four ‘keepers’ from two hours of shooting in London’s China Town. Technique #1: The Fisherman (find a spot and wait for a catch) Technique #2: The Hunter (prowl around looking for
Just what it says really! All images copyright Peter Cripps Photography.
My six favourite images from my Tumblr for March.