Street Life Life is in your face on the streets of Indonesia. Bali is no exception. Beggars, vendors, street food sellers, & taxi drivers are a big part of every day Bali. This is why street photography here is never a dull moment.
Showing how to create frames and layers using a phone during yesterday’s tour.
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. Want to learn more about artistic street photography? View the dedicated gallery on Artistic Street Photography here.
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.
It was in incredible pleasure to show-off Pasar Ubud to the talented Brian from South Africa. Brian’s straight-up and direct style is harmoniously complimented by his clean, classic, and timeless street photographs. See the rest of Brian’s contributions in the full photo gallery.