Friday Lunchtime Photowalk – B&W Re-edits

A few re-edits of a recent lunchtime photowalk I’d shared on here. Allan over at Modes of Flight suggested to re-process to B&W and I occasionally listen. So, after some upping the contrast, tweaking the brightness, and trimming the fat, I present to you “Friday Lunchtime Photowalk – B&W Re-edits”


Bus Stop

Lindbroook Smiles


8 thoughts on “Friday Lunchtime Photowalk – B&W Re-edits

    • Good to hear you like them, Abi! My street photography is almost always candid; I don’t know the people and like to capture the instant without me interfering. I think a lot of it is quick reaction to a scene. I don’t really hide or anything, but people are sometimes so in a hurry or lost in thought that they don’t notice me 🙂

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