A Thinking Street Photography Blog
My previous post was of Shanghai in monochrome, using my Minolta AF-C with Ilford XP2 400 film.
This is my Olympus XA2 talking, speaking the language of Fuji Superia 800.
These 2 cameras with the respective films are my favorite double combo.
We’re still at Huashan Street and its vicinity.
I’m quite proud of this, with the reds at the bottom left as a counterweight to the rest of the image.
The papers fell off and he basically made a U-turn and stopped to pick them up.
Yes, a feisty lauwai (aka gweilo/angmoh/expat/foreigner) who has adapted to Shanghai and its traffic.
Taking a break.
He glared at me.
I said “ni hao” (hello/how are you) and smiled and he rolled his eyes and looked away.
Yay! Three modes of transport in a single image.
I can’t decide whether it’s a small scooter or an electric bicycle…
She glared at me for a bit. So I bowed slightly, smiled and hastened off.
Children being children.
Hard at work.
Yummy street food! (Resist I must.)
I like the redness of the car and his T-shirt.
A security kiosk with my reflection.
The other side of the kiosk (and my reflection).
An alleyway – I like this a lot as it looks rather painterly to me.
Some of the images here are available at my Saatchi Art page as affordable open edition prints. Do check it out.