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Lincoln Road in South Beach is the place to go for street photography and people watching. Often it can get very crowded making it difficult to get that shot of someone who catches your eye. Sometimes when doing street photography … Continue reading
F6.3 – 1/200 – 35mm – ISO100 – Canon 5D M3 – shot from hip
Street photography can be defined in many ways but what it basically comes down to is it is photography that captures candid scenes of the human experience in public places; the aim is to capture and convey a moment and … Continue reading
I’ve seen lifeguard stands at pools and at beaches but never have I seen any so unique and colorful like the ones on South Beach in Miami Beach, Florida. My plan was (notice the past tense was) to walk down … Continue reading
F7.1 – 1/250 – ISO100 – 35mm – Canon 5D M3
Here we have the color photo of yesterday’s monochrome Monday image. You can see just how large the beach is from where you walk from the hotels/condos, across the boardwalk, and onto the beach…and still some ways until you actually … Continue reading
Miami Beach that is. Once I started converting this colorful image (to be shown tomorrow) to black and white it hit me to make it look like an old postcard. Bienvenido a Miami!
After dropping our bags off at the hotel and having a bit to eat for breakfast we went for a walk on my favorite street in South Beach, Lincoln Road. Normally the road is filled with shoppers going in and … Continue reading
And matching trash can. I have no idea what was in this cube on the beach as I was never around it when it was open. Was it food? Beach gear? Who knows! But it most definitely stood out. Hope … Continue reading