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.
Loved the tour, it has inspired me to get back into photography. I learnt a lot and got some great shots. Looking forward to going again next time I'm in Bali. ~Lauren from Australia I'm inspired by your kind words, Lauren! I can't wait to see some of your photos from the tour.
October 2018 officially Marked the first anniversary of Bali Street PhotographerHaving guest photographer Simon and his daughter Aurora join me in October was a perfect way to celebrate the first full year of the Pasar Ubud Street Photography tour! And, there's more. The icing on the cake is that Simon recently opened a solo exhibit [...]
Each colour of a canang sari offering symbolises a Balinese Hindu god. The red is for Brahma, the white is for Iswara, the yellow is for Mahadeva, and the green is for Vishnu. See more at the Bali Street Photographer Canang gallery.
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 [...]
The story is in the eyes A Balinese family makes canang sari offerings for sale in the early morning light at Pasar Ubud, Bali. Read more about layered compositions.
Bokeh comes from the Japanese word boke (ボケ), which means "blur" or "haze", or boke-aji, the "blur quality." Bokeh is pronounced BOH-Kə or BOH-kay. ~According to Nikon USA's website. Bokeh is a technique that generally gives portraits a pleasing aesthetic while drawing the eye towards the subject--making the model pop out. The trick is to [...]