I happened upon Vancouver artist Ken Gerberick at a local vintage car show last fall, as he set up off the main roadway against the flow of spectators and other showcars on this day with two of his ‘art cars’ on display. I’ve encountered a couple of these art installations at VW shows over the last […]
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While I have been embarrassingly slow to process and post any new images, both online here and at Google+, I thought I would upload this particular image from my last round of street photography in downtown Vancouver. I wanted to capture an angle of a building and theatre sign that has been photographed and documented […]
Street Photography is one of the most difficult shooting genres I find to pursue confidently; I am not an in-your-face type of photographer and prefer the styles of Gary Winogrand, Vivian Maier and local photographer Fred Herzog where they documented life without necessarily being obtrusive. ‘Street Photography’, at least to me can be characterized more as documenting a point in time (such as Fred Herzog) or as a means to invite the viewer into the image, to spend some time looking around and find their own story/stories within.
The Langley Camera Club theme for March: water. You would think living on the west coast of British Columbia I would have an abundance of images stockpiled for just such an occasion, but apparently that’s not the case. The first two are from last summer, on the Worldwide Photowalk along the seawall at Spanish Banks; […]