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Seattle After Dark

This kind of garb is not too common in Seattle. As far as dress is concerned, this is a fairly conservative place. For a photographer like me, I prefer an every-day-is-a-party approach. If someone is dressed stylishly I’ll be there to capture the moment. For example: A woman with cool sunglasses. A naked guy with […]

A Street Photography Synopsis

Street photography has a long history that dates back to the late 19th and early 20th century. Eugene Atget, one of the first street photographers, took photographs all over Paris, including images of vendors, parks and buildings so that painters could reproduce the images in their paintings. Henri Cartier-Bresson, one of the first to use […]

Man with Message and Blogspot Domain Name Change

Walking in San Francisco’s streets  can offer many surprises. When I first passed by this guy, I saw his sign and took a close-up of it. Then a few yards later, I thought that it would be a more compelling shot had I gotten a picture of the guy behind the sign. Here he is. […]

Street Photography Addict

I have to say that I’m addicted to street photography. It’s part of my nature. I don’t want to miss a thing. I want to catch everything I can that’s weird and wonderful. In the photo to the left is a man who looks like he puts some thought into how badly he mismatches the […]

Image Play

When you have two images playing on one another, you get some fascinating communication. Since I’ve never seen a name for this, I’ll call it image play. Image play is found art (art that you find on the streets or elsewhere) where the subjects or objects of one image appear to be communicating with those […]