Your Move


My first attempt at a bit of Street Photography

Its a little nerve racking when you are pointing a camera at someone.

Just waiting for that shout ( Hey what are you doing) but no one seemed to notice !!

so I think I will try it again.


29 thoughts on “Your Move

  1. I think it’s brave as you never know what the reaction’s going to be. It’s a great shot as you’ve certainly captured ‘intense concentration’. I look forward to seeing more of your street photography.

    • Thank you so much I will have try venture out again soon and see how I go, It is a bit scary though !!

    • Thanks for your advise,I guess you have to get out there to get the shot. I will definitely give it another go

  2. I agree with all thoughts above…..I have never done it and it makes me nervous just thinking about it. Can I ask, how far away from them were you? I too, look forward to more.

  3. Me too, me too, me too! My dearest ambition is to do street photography. But I am a shy person, hence my many pictures of bugs! Years ago I fell in love with Henri Cartier-Bresson’s photo of the boy carrying a bottle of wine, and lately I have fallen in love with Vivian Maier’s work. And then there’s Humans of New York. One day…

    • Thank mk I check out Henri Cartier-Bresson and Vivian Maier I have seen humans of new york and that is fantastic. Thanks for your great comment


  4. When people are focused in what they are doing, they won’t notice – or maybe they do but their brain will just ignore the distraction.

    And chess can be very absorbent! I invite you to visit my page dedicated to photos of chess players (which happens to be my speciality).

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