It’s that time again, for posting an update to one of my longest-termed, as well as most popular projects: my Cinematic Street Frames project.
It’s time for some generous update to my ongoing Cinematic Street Frames project, introduced some time ago.
Here are some more pictures for this project, which are also added to the project gallery
Here are some travel photos from and around Malmo. All shot with the Fuji X-Pro2 and X-70 and most of them edited with Snapseed for Android. Especially in the night cityscape/landscape images I chose a more HDR-ish look, just for fun. Enjoy!
Continuing in the series of shooting and working while traveling, here are some of the latest thoughts, ideas and photos.
Admittedly, the main chore while on the road, is archiving, editing and sharing pictures. The perfect condition would be to combine high end capabilities with ultra high mobility; unfortunately this is easier said than done.
Here is an ongoing project I started recently, and will be updating in a semi-regular basis.
These is regular Street photography with the twist being the "cinematic" style applied. Since the word may have different meanings for different people, and because quite a few people do this, I should explain the way I see this line of work better.
This is a street photography essay with a twist.
It was shot entirely in Athens, Greece, in the duration of about one month. I wanted to give the final images the look of old, monochromatic postcards, possibly coming from the 1950s.