Street photography is an emotional rollercoaster. One minute you’re walking the streets, feeling uninspired and frustrated, then suddenly, you’ve seen and taken a shot that completely changes your day, and ignites that creative spark.
Street photography is an incredible challenge. For me, it’s the absolute pinnacle of photography as it requires an in-depth understanding of both camera and exposure. Understanding these will enable you to work quickly and decide on the most effective way to expose a scene.
Scenes from Chinatown on 24th July, as businesses closed for 5 hours, to allow everyone to unite and peacefully protest against the recent fishing raids and police heavy-handedness, that occurred on 5th July.
This year was the third consecutive year I visited The Bike Sheds annual event at London’s Tobacco Dock, and I don’t even ride a bike.