The Best Focal Length For Street Photography

Quiet Foggy Urban CitySingapore 2013: Quiet Foggy City Afternoon

It’s about time I start updating my gallery of street photography images. Digging through my archives, it is interesting to see how my shooting style has changed over the years. I also realize that my own opinions about what makes a street photography image good has also changed over the years as I gained more exposure and experience. Some images which I thought were unique and gained a lot of “likes” now look cliché and boring to me. I also noticed that my images actually had more variety back when I was still using a kit zoom lens. My technique may have improved today, but I seem to have less compositional and subject diversity than I used to get compared to when I was using a zoom lens. Time to rethink what is really the best focal length for street photography? Continue reading

2016 Week 44: Singapore Street Photography (Gallery)

Singapore 2016: Tired Lady Snoozing In CafeSingapore 2016: Tired Lady Snoozing In Cafe
Nikon D610, 28mm, f/1.8, 1/60, ISO 125

Street photography can be either easy or extremely difficult, depending on what you your expectations are. There are of many forms and aspects to street photography. Here I want to speak briefly on an aspect of comparison that are polar opposites to one another. Continue reading

Streets Of Seoul 2016: Shop Front

Streets Of Samcheongdong 2016: In Front Of A ShopStreets Of Seoul 2016: Shop Front
Nikon D610, 28mm, f/8, 1/320, ISO 100

An elderly man snoozes comfortably right at the door step of his shop. This is another touristy area where the Ihwa Mural Village is, and leads up to Naksan Park. A nice area with a lot of graffiti art and pretty little shops. – WY