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 Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/daz.smith/…
More local street photography – this one if from the city of Bath. It captures a silhouetted man amidst building construction in the city streets.
During a recent street photography day I made this image of an artist hard at work on a painting at the Bristol harbour. He was so in the zone I dont even think he noticed me.
A woman walks past a graffiti mural in #stokescroft #Bristol. #streetphotgraphy from #bath #uk #blackandwhite.
This street photography photo captures two people pass under the Bear Pit underpass in #Bristol, graffiti walls and dark shadows.#streetphotography.
The Bath chronicle recently showcased a stack of my UK street photography images on their website. http://www.bathchronicle.co.uk/pictures/Incredible-images-streets-Bath/pictures-26647598-detail/pictures.html enjoy!
The summer sun dances great light on the magnificent structure on the streets of Bath proving a great landscape of street photography opportunities. yet again I hit the streets with my trusty Canon 6D and went to work capturing great shadows and contrasts in the dying light.
The sun and people hit the streets of Bath this week in between the summer rain and patches of spontaneous sunshine. I met Jessie a homeless guy on the streets, he was hungry so I bought him a coffee and lunch, he described how the drunken youths recently beat him up so badly that he…
A friend created this music video using my #bath #streetphotography black and white images – take a look!
As the sun came out i decided to try my hand at some test street photography long exposure in the stunning city of Bath last night. Its my first attempt at this and the sun was starting to set so I got out an ND filter, opened-up the shutter for quite a few seconds and…