First from a series I took called “Sundays by the raging sea” all taken on 20-02-2011 at around 16h00. A very windy, beautiful day. This series documents how people stood in front of such a view where the sea looked as if it was willing to take every one in.
All photos taken at 2.8 with the EOS7D, with focal lengths between 17 and 50mm.
All photos processed in canon’s DPP (some have just a curve and sharpness).
Hope you enjoy the series. Thank you for watching.
Street photography is not about streets. It’s not about staged moments, people posing, friends acting cool in a back-alley. It’s mostly about the correlations between humans and the environment. Between humans and other humans and other living creatures. How we function in society, how we stand, how we act, mainly how we act without being aware that we are being seen.