controversial photographs, Photography in France, Photography in Paris, Saint-Michel, Street Photography

Street Photography II, or, ‘In the Metro’

This, the second post in a street photography series, focuses on the Parisian metro, and the characters found in it.

These are two of the more controversial photographs I’ve taken.

Man speaking to himself, Paris, France, 2011

Man urinating in metro, Paris, France, 2011

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Photography, Photography in France, Photography in Paris, Portraits, Street Photography

Street Photography I, or, ‘The Two Saints’

The next few posts in this gallery will include some of my street photography from 2011. These shots have been posted elsewhere, but not yet to this gallery. I consider these images, and this period, extremely important in shaping me as a photographer. Please note that whenever possible, I obtain permission from the subjects of my photos.

 

Philippe, Saint Michel, Paris, France, 2011

Algerian Woman, Saint-Denis, France, 2011

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Photography, Photography in Las Vegas, Photography in the USA, Portraits, Street Photography

America III, or, ‘The Wynn, The Cosmopolitan, and the Desert’

This will be the last post in my America series. Of the 1,000 photographs I took in Las Vegas, I feel those I have included in these three articles best communicate my experience of the city.

I stayed in the Wynn hotel for a few days. It might be regarded as the epitome of opulence. I certainly enjoyed my visit. I also spent an evening listening to the Jennifer Keith Quintet, who were excellent.

Telephone in the Wynn Hotel, Las Vegas, USA, 2013

Arizona Desert, USA, 2013

Jennifer Keith Quintet performing at the Cosmopolitan, Las Vegas, USA, 2013

Buskers in Las Vegas, USA, 2013

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Photography in England, Photography in London

London’s Heart

After some of the worst rioting in years, residents of Clapham are  waiting for forensic teams to finish so that they can clean their streets. Some of them are students, some are men and women who have taken a day off to help. These are true Londoners.

To wild cheers from the crowd, a man hangs some bunting across the street.

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