Posted on April 14, 2018
Posted on March 21, 2018
I have a favorite flight of stairs in the center of the old section of Petaluma where, if I’m lucky, I can catch some good expressions of people that by necessity have to pass quite close to me. This is an example of what can happen.
Posted on March 2, 2018
Thinking about different ways to express it. Seems that looking at the edges of it works best.
Posted on February 28, 2018
Attention, reflection and calm are all reflected in this lady’s face. Once again my little Ricoh GR camera captures a personal moment in someone’s life. Over and over you’ll here street photographers say that the camera doesn’t matter in their work. I beg to differ. The Ricoh is small, unobtrusive and very very capable. It helps me a LOT.
Posted on January 22, 2018
This was an easy picture to take. I saw this couple coming toward me from a long way off, happily tucked together under their large umbrella. Since I had plenty of time to set up my camera so all I had to do was wait until they passed me, swing behind them and take the shot. All it took was one.
Posted on January 19, 2018
Not urban and not a street in sight, however I would contend that this photograph of my cousin climbing a stone wall qualifies as a kind of “street shot”.
We were checking the damage to this wall when he climbed over it to look at the problem from the field side. As he was coming back I had my trusty Ricoh GR at the ready and snapped this as he just crested the top on the return trip.