Ghost of the men in black (MIB) – A silhouetted man in a hat and ghostly blur. MIB – men in black. This street photography capture in the city of Bath by myself was recognized as a Flikr Explore – image selection of the day and this generated well over […]
BWNBR – An amazing event and great characters at this Bristol World Naked Bike Ride,event. I captured some great street photography and documentary images of the event as it progressed through the streets of Bristol. I had some very interesting conversations with the participants and really enjoyed shooting the day. […]
A small recent compilation of some of my (mainly) black and white street photography from April 2018, in and around the city of Bath, Bristol and London in the UK. Would love to hear your thoughts and comments. Most of these images and many more can be seen here: https://www.flickr.com/photos/dazsmith […]
More local street photography – this one if from the city of Bath. It captures a silhouetted man amidst building construction in the city streets.
Preséncia Magazine recently contacted us and licensed the use of a mono image to support an article and the growing #metoo movement.
This year I attended the London Million Mask March. It started at Trafalgar Square and protested all over central London including 10 Downing Street. Thousands attended all wearing versions of the famous anonymous guys Fawkes mask. Its a great opportunity to get some street photography images packed with vocal and […]
My first photography book (Dreaming of Black & white) is at the last stages so I can start to get pre-orders to be sent out(probably early December). I want to thank everyone for their help & encouragement over the last few years as I have taught myself photography and have […]
I love working the streets of neighbouring Bristol. Its a large city with a massive amount of diversity. One of my favourite hang-outs is an area called the Bear Pit and Stokescroft, this is an area rife with urban scrawl, posters, graffiti and always a changing and varied range of […]
The invisible ones. Why is it that an affluent city like Bath can have so many invisible people living on its streets and yet the everyday city life just pass them by without a care or worry? Why, in a city with a growing array of miscellaneous shops and properties […]
Paul the bird man – I love this guy-he’s like a bird magician. The way the local birds flock to his open hands in anticipation of a feast, is just wonderful to watch and to capture in light. Great street photography from the great city of Bath. Hope is the […]