The Getaway

The Getaway (or, how not to shoot)

24-Hour Project – Part II

This is a follow-up to my previous post. These shots were taken during the 24-Hour project I mention in that post. I picked three photographs and converted them to mono. The concept, while still focused on urban street photography, is slightly different. I wanted to show more open space to establish a contrast between the city and its inhabitants and to reflect the slightly cold feel of the urban spaces.

I also printed/framed these images and they’re now hanging on my wall at work in this exact same order … I have a rotating “gallery” in my office and change the photographs periodically :D  Click on any image to enlarge.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

In response to the weekly photo challenge, I present to you “The Urban Photographer.” His pose made me realize why my photos of buildings never turn out right. I can’t possibly stretch and stand like that :)

24 Hours

This past weekend I participated in a 24-hour worldwide street photography event, aptly named The 24-Hour Project. Participants were challenged to post one live shot per hour from midnight to midnight (24 hours of continuous shooting and posting). It was grueling and I had to squeeze in a 3 hour nap in the wee hours, but it was still fun. I roamed the city and was able to cover a lot of terrain. Following are some of the shots sorted in chronological order.

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At some point in the near future, I plan on posting a few more shots. From the same event, but a slightly different concept.

If you’d like to read more about the project, you can visit http://www.the24hourproject.net

Two Nights, One Day

I’m trying something a little different here with my usual street photography. As is obvious, there’s a lot of post-processing to add texture and a frame.

LA – Night Shots

I had a late night at work the other day. I took a short walk to stretch my legs before returning to the office and snapped a few images along the way.

Alley Shot

Alley Shot

I set up to shoot the alley from across the street and just when I was about to press the shutter, I saw the cyclist out of the corner of my eye. I waited a few seconds and he ended up right in my frame.

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