Stories of faith, hope and encouragement

RTB_Monogram1_Colour

Lowepro Mission: Street Photography

 

Street photography (to me) relates to technique and style more than it does a particular location – urban or otherwise.  At its best, “street” is that intersection where a candid snapshot becomes an unspoken collaboration between subject and photographer.  In this case, a White Tai elder was peddling greens at a market in rural Son La, N.Vietnam.  We spied each other a ways off and as she approached I raised my lens to be met by one of the most marvellous smile I’ve seen in ages.  The camera clicked, we nodded at each other and happily went our ways.

Published: Lowepro Blog, Sept. 2015

Subscribe
Notify of
guest

0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments

MORE LIKE THIS

Photography
Bones

Exposure Triangle: ISO

In this 3-part series, we look at manual camera settings for correct image exposure. The Exposure Triangle shows the connection between three essential camera controls:

Read More »
Death by dongle
Photography
Bones

Death By Dongle

We’re in mid-packing for a longterm overseas assignment.  Naturally, we want to travel light and this is a perfect time to rid myself of all

Read More »

Follow on Facebook

 

NEWSLETTER SIGN UP

We serve steak, not spam.