Here are some colourful moments from Halifax Pride 2012
This is the fifty-second and final ‘Instruction’ for the Street Photography Now Project, written to inspire fresh ways of looking at and documenting the world we all live in.
After spending 52 weeks posting images from my library to meet the requirements of the instruction, I should have lots of drive to post images that I see during my week. So keep checking in! So here is the last street photography instruction:
“If you have talent, find your own way” – Cristóbal Hara
This is the fourty-ninth ‘Instruction’ for the Street Photography Now Project, written to inspire fresh ways of looking at and documenting the world we all live in.
“Read the street in front of you by saying to yourself everything that you see happening both near you and coming toward you (the text of the street) and the picture will present itself.” – Joel Meyerowitz
“See the characters but create your own plot” – Martin Kollar
Now that I have returned from Sable Is., I can continue with the street photography posts, each Friday. Enjoy!
Be joyful! Dance in the street.” – Munem Wasif
“While walking the street constantly look behind yourself, the light is always different.” – Trent Parke
“The different shades of grey are astonishing.” – Boris Savelev
“When you hit that wall of utter frustration while photographing the street, when you are beyond tired and just want to give up, keep on walking – for another hour, or until the light goes entirely. Often the best photographs come when you least expect them – when you are the most exhausted, and the most emotionally vulnerable.” – Alex Webb
It is most certainly true that when one stops looking, one begins seeing.