Street Photography Ethos

There’re no real aims to street photography.

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You walk, you see, you shoot and hope it makes visual sense.

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It gives one something to do – one could be a tourist in a way as to avoid a degree of manufactured experience.

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Go to all the tourist spots – but go at it from a tangent.

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Sometimes you wonder why there’s so much of sitting around.

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At other times you see there’s another way of seeing – capturing the London Eye without capturing the London Eye.

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One could pretend to be a tourist and not stand out from the crowd.

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Perhaps there’s such a thing as visual addiction.

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By doing street photography, one commits to a certain way of being in the world.

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Camera: Olympus XA2

Film: Ilford XP2 400

London’s South Bank

At London’s South Bank.

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Cool dude.

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Cool dude.

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Life is a tragicomedy, of course.

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The cavernous basement at Tate Modern.

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A couple admiring Cy Twombly.

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Artist at work.

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A copy of a copy.

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A copy of a copy of many copies.

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Again, at the cavernous basement.

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Two beer or not two beer … my answer is very clear.

Why is this a question?

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Cool dudes.

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The obligatory landmark snapshot.

 

 

Camera: Canon 600D

Lens: Canon 40mm f/2.8 STM