February Stories

Updated: Mar 4



It is the first image taken in February. Her story begins on a Tuesday morning in one of London's busiest subway stations. I saw a newspaper lost on this platform coming down from the subway. I had passed a few meters of it, after which the idea of ​​taking a photo of him so lost and thrown on the floor came to my mind. I quickly took out the camera (which is always in my pocket), thought about the composition, made the settings, framed, and waited for a subway to come to the station. I needed a subway to create the stage, to create a breeze that would lift the pages of that newspaper. And, look here, I present the final result and the first photo from February, which I am very excited about.
Lost In Time

It is the first image taken in February. Her story begins on a Tuesday morning in one of London's busiest subway stations. I saw a newspaper lost on this platform coming down from the subway. I had passed a few meters of it, after which the idea of ​​taking a photo of him so lost and thrown on the floor came to my mind. I quickly took out the camera (which is always in my pocket), thought about the composition, made the settings, framed, and waited for a subway to come to the station. I needed a subway to create the stage, to create a breeze that would lift the pages of that newspaper. And, look here, I present the final result and the first photo from February, which I am very excited about.


The Broken Window

The Broken Window is the second exciting image taken in February. It was Saturday, and I was in London's middle of a photo workshop. As we walked with the students and explained various things, I saw a broken window in one of London's most prominent and busiest subway stations (Kings Cross). An idea came to my mind to try to do and explain to the students what I found, saw and want to do here. Time was limited because in London, train stations photography is forbidden, so I had to make a quick decision on how to fit in and take advantage of this opportunity. Sometimes we have everything in front of us: light, subject, moment, atmosphere ..., only we have to act in time and discover them. The result is one to my liking.


Chaos

Chaos's a project that I've been working on for a long time, and I'm trying to gather abstract photographs with a more significant number of characters on the move. Their movement combined with the shooting technique creates a kind of abstract chaos in the photo. This scene I found on a Sunday morning in a very crowded train station. I instinctively came up with the idea that it was a new opportunity to add another graphic photograph to my project. So I did not think about it. I arranged the necessary settings for an approach and waited for people to gather and aj themselves in the composition I wanted. The light was good, creating some shadows, so I triggered the button and chose this photo that excites me. Soon I will post a whole article that will contain more images from this personal project. Thank you




After a long day, he returned home 🏡, the photo I had been seeing for a year, but the time had not yet come for me to take it. I go through this location every day on my way to work. It is not a location that will attract the eyes and attention of photographers, but for me, it was a special one because here I saw the following photo that would be dear to me and my liking. So one evening I took the camera and went to this place which is located 10 minutes from the house where I live. The scene was already in my head when I got there, but I missed a character that would make it even more enjoyable. So after a few minutes of waiting came the much-desired character. I started and went home very happy and delighted that, in the end, I managed to photograph the scene I imagined for this location.
After a long day, he returned home 🏡

After a long day, he returned home 🏡, the photo I had been seeing for a year, but the time had not yet come for me to take it. I go through this location every day on my way to work. It is not a location that will attract the eyes and attention of photographers, but for me, it was a special one because here I saw the following photo that would be dear to me and my liking. So one evening I took the camera and went to this place which is located 10 minutes from the house where I live. The scene was already in my head when I got there, but I missed a character that would make it even more enjoyable. So after a few minutes of waiting came the much-desired character. I started and went home very happy and delighted that, in the end, I managed to photograph the scene I imagined for this location.

P.S.

My advice to any photographer is to explore the area where they live because opportunities may arise whenever. So all they have to do is discover and take a special photo shoot in a place where they didn't even think they could drop something interesting.


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