You Decide--Artistic or Not? Above is an unconventional street portrait of a hat vendor in the foreground framed by a Balinese woman in the middle layer. For more on using layered street compositions, check out this article.
Beauty in the Mundane During all the years I've lived in Ubud, I've never seen the Ubud Palace being completely smoked-out. In this case, fogged-out. Even though fogging for mosquitoes is a common thing in Bali, this scene at the main gate to the palace is not something you see every day. Here, we have [...]
This feature photo is a nod to the master photographer, Saul Leiter. Read how to find your unique street photography style.
How do we really know what ultimately influences us to compose a picture before clicking the shutter? Should I be like all the other street photographers, or should I be different? How can I be different--is this even possible? If you've been into street photography for even a short time, these two questions should have [...]
Updated 1 January 2019. "Just as a good story should have a beginning, middle, and ending, so a good photograph benefits from having a foreground, middle ground, and background." ~John Hedgecoe Emeritus Professor of Photography at the Royal College of Art, Queen Magazine, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, The Observer, Vogue, and Life. Feeling Flat?During [...]