The curbs in San Francisco are very appealing to a street photographer.
A photographer is, by definition, an observer. Good photographers observe keenly. One of the fun parts of street photographer is the quest for visual puns, such as the one below. The space in front of the pickup truck is labeled ‘compact’, and yet it is huge. Is it for compact stretch limos? Did someone forget […]
I shot this for its geometric properties, or should I say geometric awkwardness.
Long line and dash, written on the the sky. Those pesky, earthbound details did combine, however to give me a portrait when dimension collapsed.
I noticed the draped electrical cord outside the window. I took this photo at Christmastime. It illustrates one of the techniques used to connect decorative lighting to a power source. I liked the curve of the wires and the fact that it was visually contained in a grid of sorts. The images in each cell […]
This is street photography. On this street, the four paint drips and the leaf created a design that caught my eye.
This photo, taken from a roof patio, highlights the vertical and horizontal stripes. They are the star of this image, protected by the intervening red flagged rope.
Multiple reflections and geometric divisions provide the environment for this self portrait. The large repetitive rectangles in the foreground and the smaller ones superimposed thereon, are reminiscent of unrolled strips of photographic film. Thus, even though this is a digital photograph, it is an homage to film photography.
In the last photograph in this series, I caught a number of visual elements often found in parking lots in the US: dotted white lines, indicating driving lanes; a red line that notes an emergency area; a striped region that warns of a speed bump and an white-striped outlined area that indicates a no parking zone. […]
‘Analog and Digital’ is a good alternate title for this photo.