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  • A tribute. by rontear

    God keep her soul and bless you, Ron. My condolences!
    • 18 Feb 2021 9:40AM
  • Daily Street III by MileJanjic

    Hi Mile.
    Were you standing with the camera hanging from your neck when you shot this? Did you talk to the man to make him turn his head?
    Please enlighten us

    Dear Pablo,
    I am glad you`ve liked the work enough to give it the GEA, thank you for that. Answering your questions:
    Street photography, for me, has to be spontaneous. At the very first second that your subject (of course we are talking about a person as subject) knows that you have them as the subject they completely change their behaviors and all the spontaneity that make a good candid is lost. On the other hand, even when your subject have eye contact with you (photographer) or your camera (sometimes they look at the camera) you do not loose the spontaneity if they are not sure whether they are being target or not. For this reason, I never ask anyone to take their picture. About the other question, some times I hold the camera at the eye level, some times from the hip, it all depends of the situation, but the decision I make about how to hold the camera always takes in consideration if I will loose or not the spontaneity. I have watched and read a lot about street photography (because is what I like to do), and I have came to the conclusion that there is no `right and wrong`, there is no `how to do it`. You have to learn by yourself. So, statements like `if your photo is not good you are not close enough`, makes no sense, for me. At the end of the day you learn that expectations and reality of street photography are as distant each other as the Moon is from Earth. Each day is a different day, and each photo is your first one. Some days are completely failure, some days are good. We can use any camera and any focal lens. Recently my sister told me she doesnt understand photography to say if my pictures are good or not; she just said to me that, `these one I like...these one I dont like`. That for me is all. Photography is just, `I like or I dont like`, otherwise only painters would be able to go to the Louvre and appreciate (or not) what is over there. Do we need to be a composer to appreciate music? To be honest, my photos are far from what I would like, but I know I am kind of too self-demanding person. As they say `perfection is enemy of good`. We could talk and talk a lot about all of this, but it would be better in a fancy and cozy cafe. Again, thank you for the award.
    Take care!
    • 23 Jan 2021 11:56AM
  • Spot the human by saltireblue

    How I lost this one??
    • 5 Jan 2021 10:03PM
  • The Window Cleaner by MediumSizeUnavailable

    That`s real street photography. Wonderful work!
    • 5 Jan 2021 1:34PM
  • the hungry tree by FabioKeiner

    Hungry or angry...interesting how the matter nature takes back what belongs to her!
    • 17 Dec 2020 10:07AM
  • The last sunset by ColleenA

    Sorry to hear that. My condolences.
    • 29 Nov 2020 12:55PM
  • Fading. by Mollycat

    Great, Peter!
    • 26 Nov 2020 5:26AM
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  • Posted on Fefe's profile

    Lovely Gallery, with some very good pictures from a unsual POV!!
    • 4 Nov 2015 12:45PM
  • Posted on phil99's profile

    Although I can see you work precisely on your image software, you do not let too much to post processing, instead, you are very careful to press the shot button of your camera, as I think a professional must do. Very impressive portfolio, no matter if are the pictures in colours or mono. Congratulations for your beautiful work and sense of beauty, and thanks for sharing with us.
    • 4 Sep 2015 4:04PM
  • Posted on Jenny-D's profile

    A fine portfolio and accurate eyes Smile
    • 16 Mar 2015 9:42PM
  • Posted on DilysT's profile

    Very interesting portfolio Grin
    • 22 Feb 2015 7:52PM
  • Posted on IsabelC's profile

    Hello Isabel,
    This morning I had some free time, and I took it to take a look of your portfolio, and....Wow!!! You are a brilliant photographer, with a wonderful sense of what works well on photography. You have a really impressive ability for that and a very sensitive point of view. I am glad to see such beautiful photosGrinGrin
    • 3 Feb 2015 11:30AM
  • Posted on Rende's profile

    You have an impressive portfolio my friend, which can be seen from pictures as "Colours", "Colours of Decay", and so on. An unusual sense of photography.
    • 1 Feb 2015 11:04AM
  • Posted on DicksPics's profile

    You have an impressive portfolio and "Contre Jour at Kinver Edge" is a really great picture, worthy of to be on any living room.
    • 28 Jan 2015 4:31PM
  • Posted on Alison_S's profile

    I liked your portfolio. You have a kind view of your country with lovely pictures!
    • 26 Jan 2015 8:24AM
  • Posted on Sladjana71's profile

    Thanks for vote on my picture. I have taken a look of your portfolio, and I must say it is a very interesting B&W work!
    • 19 Jan 2015 9:34AM
  • Posted on ChloeFT's profile

    Lovely portfolio Chloe!!Grin
    • 1 Jan 2015 11:32AM
  • Posted on Sylviwhalley's profile

    You have a lovely portfolio!
    • 30 Dec 2014 5:34PM
  • Posted on martin.w's profile

    You have here a wonderful portfolio!!
    • 3 Sep 2014 6:50PM

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