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This one was inspired by the great Henri. I liked how the girl had just opened her hair and how it flowed over her shoulders, much like the water coming out of the pipes of the Vaillancourt Fountain.
Another picture from Market Street in San Francisco. A long-exposure photograph is a great data-collection tool. It can reveal how much interaction there is with any given subject: the more people are in a given area the stronger their traces … Continue reading
I took this picture yesterday on Market Street in San Francisco. Usually people ignore beggars and panhandlers, and pretend that they are invisible. With this shot I wanted to show that people in need are a fixed part of the … Continue reading
The authors of the Amsterdam City Guide put it aptly: “When it comes to traffic, you might as well call Amsterdam the Rome of the north for its weaving, seemingly lawless mass of whizzing bicycles, driven by skilled madmen who … Continue reading
The last one for now from Vienna. By now we have made our way back to the Netherlands and over the next two days I will be exploring Amsterdam. Currently, it’s raining outside so I took shelter in a nice … Continue reading
This shot was also taken on Kärntner Straße in Vienna. The dog seems to be so irresistible to the woman petting it that the mannequin in the shop window needs to take a look, while the boy looks like he is … Continue reading
One of my first attempts of street photography. This was taken on Kärntner Straße, Vienna’s famous shopping street. I like the picture because of the contrasts: the woman in red, having an animated discussion on her phone, and the picture … Continue reading