::Weekly Street Photography thread-feb 8th::

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Peter Dumont
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::Weekly Street Photography thread-feb 8th::
Feb 8, 2009

The Weekly Street Photography of sunday the eighth of february is here.

First of all I'd like to thank Frank (fad) Dobbs for hosting last week's WSP
(while I was enjoying my involuntary holiday), challenging us to leave our
comfort-zone and boldly go where we've never been before !

Please, please don't be shy and show us your (recent) streetpics in this thread.

!!! Post them as an answer to THIS first post so they won't be misplaced !!!

Underneath you can find :::THIS WEEKS THEME:::
where you can post photographs that fit in with this weeks theme.

below that is the ::: HISTORICAL CORNER ::: where you can post your
personal favorites from masters of street photography of the past!

and below that is the ::: TECHNICAL CORNER ::: where you can post
technical tips and/or questions concerning streetphotography.

You can find the WSP Archives here:


Streetphotography isn't about architecture, but it is the art of
photographing people in the city as they interact with other people,
their surroundings or with YOU; the photographer.

There are many different ways and styles to do streetphotography.

You can use a long tele-lens and work as a sniper making sure people
won't notice you, or you can use a wide lens and engage with the people
you are capturing with your camera.

Streetphotography is a rewarding form of photography
where style and personality becomes a part of the picture.

To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye and the heart. It's a way of life................ visual harmony and human significance coalesce." Henri Cartier Bresson

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