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.
Something I love to do when I’m out shooting is to do a little processing on the fly. Often when I’m taking a quick break or on the train home.
I’m often asked questions via social media about my photos, ranging from the gear to the methods I use while photographing the streets of London.
Street photography is a daunting activity. I believe, to be a good street photographer you need to be extremely confident and work outside of your comfort zone.
I’ve spent years wandering around its streets, camera in hand looking more like a lost tourist than a lifelong Londoner. Irritating busy commuters as I stand in the middle of the pavement, looking up at seemingly nothing.