Abstract Street Photography
Rosy Outlook, taken during a private abstract photography workshop on 31 March 2019. For more information see my photo tours. They can be customized for abstract photography.
The use of hashtags is something that I find both helpful and also a bit silly. I don’t call myself a #womanphotographer because I prefer that people like my photography (or not) regardless of my gender. In the same respect, I don’t call my work #fineartphotography as it is up to the viewer to decide if it is art or not. I often label my work #streetphotography because that is a useful hashtag for people that are looking for that style of work. That said, I haven’t been accepted in the street photography “clubs” as one of them. They tend to be very closed groups. I started in photography well before computers and the internet. And while the internet is fabulous for viewing and sharing photography, it can be rather confining when it comes to the use of hashtags and categories. Street photography is merely one part of the kind of photography that I create. Photography is an expression of who I am and how I see the world. Perhaps I will call myself an #imagemaker. You can see more of my work on my personal site. – Urban Bliss Two #4, 2 April 2017
I’ve been busy with street photography workshops and photo tours and shooting like crazy! Cleaning out my Lightroom catalog! What a lot of work that is! I admit I don’t do it often enough. In the process I find photos that I forgot about and then process them. portraits in (de)construction is a series I started last autumn of construction windows. This photo was taken this year on 11 February in Soho, NYC.
Once upon a time. A recent double exposure photo taken in Soho, New York City. http://www.leannestaples.com