Tag: street photography

Street Photography Inside The Metro DC Subway

Download Hi-Res | Buy Print One way to kill time while waiting for an annoyingly late metro train is to just enjoy the moment and admire the beauty of the dark surroundings of the MetroRail. This was taken handheld, at 17mm in aperture priority, F/3.2. I needed to boost the ISO to 1600 because of […]

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Candid Raw Shot of A Man Using A Cell Phone

Download Hi-Res | Buy Print This candid street photo a man using his mobile device was taken in the crowded streets of Chinatown in Washington D.C. This is what I love about street photography, the expressions on peoples faces are really priceless, let’s take for example that smile in his face, it tells a lot, […]

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Candid Street Photography With A Wide Angle Zoom Lens

Crossing The Street – Washington DC Chinatown. EF-s 10-22mm @ 17mm Download Hi-Res | Buy Print As some of you may have known, I love to get close when I do candid street photography. Not just close, but sometimes, very close. I seldom use a telephoto simply because I want to capture a photograph of […]

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Street Lamp

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The Infrared Ring II

The Infrared Ring. High Resolution Copy available in my Gallery, please click on the photo. This Infrared Photo was taken using a Sony DSC-V3 point and shoot camera. Aperture F/2.8, at 7mm, ISO 320, Shutter Speed 1/30. ManufacturerSONYModel NameDSC-V3Exposure ProgramNormal ProgramExposure Time1/30F Number3.2ISO250Focal Length9.9mmMetering ModeCenter weighted average

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The Infrared Ring

The Infrared Ring. High Resolution Copy available in my Gallery, please click on the photo. This Infrared Photo was taken using a Sony DSC-V3 point and shoot camera. Aperture F/2.8, at 7mm, ISO 320, Shutter Speed 1/30. ManufacturerSONYModel NameDSC-V3Exposure ProgramNormal ProgramExposure Time1/30F Number2.8ISO320Focal Length7mmMetering ModeCenter weighted averageTitleThe Ring I

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Photos from My New Canon EF-S 10-22mm F/3.5-4.5 USM Ultra-Wide Zoom Lens

A review of my new Canon EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM Ultra-Wide ZOom Lens m is coming, but for now all I can say is, I’m glad I choose it over the Tokina 11-16mm F/2.8, the handling is great, features a metal lens mount, the build quality is very solid, although not as tough as the […]

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Street Photography Gallery A Work In Progress

For the past week I have been working on my Street Photography Gallery. I have finally chosen a layout(hopefully this is it.). I still have a lot of work to do, and I need a little help from you. Please let me know what you think, your comment and suggestions are greatly appreciated.

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Photo for Day 45 02-14-11

Since last week I’ve been working on my street photography gallery so for this week, I’m going to feature some of the photos in the gallery in my daily photo page. Titled Ollieburgers, taken along 12th St. in NW DC. You can view this and more street photos in my Raw Street Photography Gallery. Camera […]

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Duck your head!!! Day 37. 02-06-2011

Sunday Feb. 06, 2011. It’s a great day for street photography, Sunny, not too cold and best of all it’s crowded. Lots and lots of photo opportunities. This is why I love using a wide angle lens for street photography, at 17mm in my tamron 17-50mm, I can get really close into the action. In […]

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Night Walker. Day 36. 02-05-2011

It’s been a while since I did some street photography, so today and tomorrow I’ll go out to shoot in the streets. This is one of the photos taken today Saturday 02-05-2011. Gear: Canon EOS Rebel XS 1000d Tamron AF 17-50mm F/2.8 SP XR Di II VC AZ More Info : Flocal Length : 27mm […]

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How To Take a Photograph of a Complete Stranger?

“How To Take a Photograph of a Complete Stranger?” Yeah, how do I do this? This is a common question every photographer asks, especially those starting or those into street photography, and like what i’ve mentioned in my previous post on Taking Street Portraits of Randon People the problem is, it’s awkward and uncommon to […]

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Attend Local Events and Practice Your Street Photography

BP Oil Spill Demonstration Sept. 5, 2010 Washington DC Local events such as festivals, parades, rally, demonstrations are some of the best way to practice and hone our skills as photographers, whether you are a an amateur, hobbyist, or a professional. Events are fun, exciting and can provide wonderful picture-taking opportunities. BP Oil Spill Demonstration Sept. […]

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What’s The Best Lens for Street Photography

Tamron 17-50mm F/2.8, a Versatile Lens for Street Photography To bring out the best of the drama that is happening around us, we need to be close, we need to be in the scene, and for us to do that we have to be involved. We have to shoot candidly in the open. In my […]

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Taking Street Portraits of Random People

One problem that a lot of people have is the ability to speak up and ask for permission if they can take a photograph of a stranger, mainly because it’s awkward and a little bit uncommon. Here’s how I do it? When you get to a place, just relax, get your gear ready, start shooting […]

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Halloween 2010 Photos for Street Photography Tuesday

Beautiful Witch – Halloween 2010 It was an awesome Halloween night, lot’s of people dress in their favorite scary costumes. I was really excited, tons of opportunity to have fun and make some pictures. Armed with my eos 20d, Tamron 17-50mm F/2.8 VC, Canon Speedlite 430EX II Flas, ala lumiquest Opteka FS-80 Universal Flash Modification […]

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Choose a Subject : Tuesdays Street Photography Tips

Hard Life. Last Tuesday’s Street Photography Tips : Stolen Moments.. Choose a Subject. The street is alive, it has an endless streams of events. There are countless of possibilities to choose from.

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Stolen Moments : Tuesdays Street Photography Tips

Always be ready. Be observant. For Tuesdays Street Photography Tips. Stolen Moments.  To capture stolen moments like this in frame

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Urban Landscape Photography

Friendship Heights, MD Urban Landscape Photography is often associated with life in the city, relating to a scene in a densely populated area.

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Tone Mapping the Old Tunnel

Tunnel underneath the Old Town Alexandria King Street Amtrak Union Station. Taken with a Sony DSC-T20

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