Street Photography

A Little Bit of Street Photography

The term “street photography” usually has a very precise definition, but what it means precisely depends a great deal on who is doing the defining. Mostly it means photography in and of man-made surroundings, often with humans in and interacting with their environment. Much street photography is centered on the human element, while other practitioners prefer the interaction of light, shapes, lines, and shadows.  Some specialists insist that the images must be presented in monochrome.

In this post the photography is mainly centered on the shapes, patterns, colors, and textures of the urban environment in Midtown Atlanta. By no means do I consider myself a street photographer. This small collection is quite coincidental and comes from a photo walk that really centered on windows and doors.

Here are my photo colleagues intent on seeing and imaging the Midtown environment.

In and round Peachtree Street in Midtown Atlanta

This is one of a quartet of posts with images from this short walk around midtown. For the others see:

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Monday Window – 32  “Midtown Atlanta”

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Midtown Atlanta Doors

 

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A Photo Walk in Midtown Atlanta

 

 

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