Category Archives: Paris
I have just been looking again at the wonderful photography of French photographer who, for me at least, ranks up there with the great names of Henry Cartier-Bresson and Robert Doisneau. When it comes to the world of social documentary … Continue reading
I was driving through Paris in a taxicab with a friend when I saw this elegant woman rushing through the rain and I yelled ‘Quick, give me my camera!” I was able to grab a quick shot and the taxi … Continue reading
To mark World Book Day I thought this image taken in the back streets of Paris would be appropriate. It was taken on my Leica M6 and was one of two grabbed shots, as most street photographs are.
OK, so after you have taken your photo of the antique shop (see below) and maybe popped in for a browse walk along the block to your right as you face the building, and stop for a coffee in the … Continue reading
Street photography is, for me, a bit like fishing in that sometimes you catch something, sometimes you don’t. A good fishing river has always been the place that I consider the home of fine street photography, namely France. But if … Continue reading