Cool! You are very talented with street photography, did I say that before?
If my opinion counts for anything, you're doing a nice job with these photos. I've shied away from featuring people, at least publishing them on my blog for the most part and sometimes I feel a twinge of regret.PS. I'm feeling a little dSLR envy...
You are indeed very very talented. These are superb shots...all of them. I particularly like his facial expression and how well you captured it. has any body chased after you demanding you not take their picture?
Martina... thank you... this is a real learning process.... Z: Getting there... the one photograph which i took that i regreted was the first one, of the pregnant woman eating an ice cream. I then went back and blacked out her face since my wife pointed out what an emotional time this is and sensitivity should be excercised. As for the rest, I have tried not to photograph in "compromising" positions.... unless someone should not have been having that romantic dinner with a certain someone else? :)Baron: Not yet, but I also dont make too much of a secret about it. If they object I will delete since the purpose is to show people doing everyday things, not compromise them in any way... watch this space though.
great scowl and moody light
Great shot! I'm always chicken to take full face photos of people and when I do I rarely post them. I'm always afraid someone will get mad but they do make the best shots, like this.
I am too but I was in a fortunate position here where I could take pictures of the surroundings and then swivel around for one click onto him... he made a nice picture I think...