60 Minute Challenge

Whilst in Salisbury earlier this week I had a couple of hours to fill.  What to do?  Well, first priority was for a snack and a drink then refreshed and armed with my Fuji XT2 and 50-140 f2.8 zoom I set myself a 60 minute challenge to see what pictures I could take.  Well here are a few of those pictures…. Hope you like them!

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London Fashion Week… On the street

For five days in September London Fashion Week took place so I decided to extend my Street Photography experience and venture onto the London Streets. Well,  I have to say it was a thoroughly enjoyable experience and a definite photographic challenge. I decided not to take “street photography” (see my last post for definition) images but to approach the individuals and adopt “The Sartorialist” method which I can assure you is no mean undertaking. To approach strangers with a view to photographing them is not for the faint hearted. It was with a mixture of trepidation and excitement, armed with my Fuji XT2 ,16-55mm, f2.8, zoom lens and totally reliant on natural light I set off to see who was setting the sartorial mood on the street. Here are some of my pics:

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Street Photography

We hear a lot these days about Street Photography. What does it mean? Well if you google it (what happened to a dictionary or encyclopedia…. Who remembers those?) its defined as “A type of photography that features subjects in candid situations within public places. Street photographs are mirror images of society, displaying “unmanipulated” scenes, with usually unaware subjects.”  Further more the images are usually displayed as Monochrome.

Well here goes…. some “Street Photography” from a recent trip to Bristol……

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On the Street in Bath UK

These images reinforce the old adage “Always take your camera.”  Having found myself in Bath city centre with a couple of hours to spare I grabbed a cup of coffee and settled back to “people watch.”  Here are a few of the images I captured:

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