a few situations: a) lonely boy dreaming away b) a day in a life :confused:
A couple shots of street people
I actually spoke with this woman and she has a charming disposition. Immigrated from the UK many years ago, but lost it all due to husbands medical bills before he passed on.
This shot was a quick grab that I was about to delete due to the horrible camera shake, but the more I look at it, the more it grows on me. The subject is a woman who is probably in her 40s that I've seen often over the past 3 or 4 weeks, but she is almost always hiding behind a makeshift "tent" of broken umbrellas. At the time of the photo, she was being rousted off the sidewalk of a prominent beach front hotel. Before I could find something to steady the camera against she was gone, having wandered off around the corner.
A picture I took of a woman in France.
This shot I went to B&W because I love the contrast formed between the boarder and the water spray behind him. The contrast wasn't as visible in color.
More wakeboarding!!! :D
Dont look in here too often so took a few pages of catching up. I find people shots very difficult myself so dont do too many. There are some fantastic shots in here really good stuff everyone. I especially like that B&W Turo it's awesome.
Some old people just need a little solitude now and then. This was shot with the $15.00 Fuji E-550 I got off Ebay...nice little candid camera :D
I think you've already posted this picture in this thread before.