I’m printing a short series of this image (as I’m framing it for my own apartment). 50×70 cm, glossy poster (recommend sticking it to sturdier back paper). Delivered in a tub, so that you can take care of mounting yourself.
SEK 1000 or US dollars 120. Interested? Give me a holler and I’ll be happy to comply.
It will be signed and numbered of course… email@example.com
Just been to the US and back. One of my few stops were in Chicago, with at bunch of other street photographers. We spent an good hour or so at Crown fountain in Millennium park. Great fun, especially as is was very hot +90F/+30C. Enjoy the joy.
In a few weeks I’ll be back again. Last time it was for Thanksgiving and the November wind was less forgiving.
This time it’ll be summer and we’ll be approximately 12 Swedish Street photographers, staying for a long weekend. Me, I’ll first visit my family in Indy (Indianapolis). Seeing them again is a must, but after that I’ll indulge in all of the more or less dramatic Chicago scenes. See you there?
Recently got a question for my best tips in Street photography. Three came to me instantly, to me the most important ones: 1. Get close, 2. Eyes and 3. Take lot of photos.
Eyes are to me the most important element in street photography. Eyes looking at you or projecting and leading to something else, maybe the main motif? When I walk the street it’s eyes I look for most of the time. Here a few examples of what I mean.
On the street, it doesn’t have to be perfect. The emotions count, no matter how technically good you are. So, sometimes I like it to be not only rough and somewhat “unfinished”, but also out of focus. It works as it is.