Shadows are the best! Especially shadows from the fire escapes. If you’ve been out shooting with me on a tour or workshop and there are shadows you know that the only thing that can equal capturing cool shadows is reflections. We always have fun shooting on tours and workshops. You can find more info on upcoming workshops or tours on my site
12:43 pm, 16 April 2019 taken during a private street photography workshop in Brighton Beach.
I provide private street photography workshops for people who are unable to attend my public workshops or if they would like to shoot in other neighborhoods. We are able to work more closely and focus on your interests. Jersey Street, June 2018.
Minimalism is one of many styles of photography, street and otherwise. The use of angles, light and shadows can produce a minimal composition. Working the Angles, March 2018.
Light and shadows are one of those things that draw the photographer’s eye to capture and also have a way of drawing in the eye of the viewer. The eye will naturally follow those things that stand out. Work Permit, March 2018.
I do love shadows for street photography. They lend a sense of drama and depth to a photo. In my street photography workshops we always work with the existing weather conditions, rain or shine. And we always have fun capturing street shots. My upcoming workshops are Soho on 30 March and Chinatown on 6 April. You can get more info or register online.
Shadows lend a dramatic effect to a photo that might otherwise be rather plain. On a sunny day I always seek out the shadows and silhouettes. Whether you take a private photo tour or a street photography workshop, we always works with the available elements. You can find more information on both on my website.