It's funny capturing people quietly and then getting caught. It has this little mischievous feeling and then an awkward stage after getting caught and then a small laugh or just the part where you have to run away.
Remember me telling I'm going to go to the library to disturb people and capture some pictures for a WHP that was like a month ago ? It was for that, never got about posting it up until now. K byeeeeee. Also, realised I post more when I feel like saying "fuck you" to the world.
How to beat a bad morning:
Take the speaker into the bathroom, listen to your favourite oasis playlist under the hot shower.
This was shot on the phone, not so much of a protip, but a tip: when you are shooting locations with varying light always shoot the areas with the brightest light source and you can possibly always pull back the details from the shadows but if you shoot focusing on the darkest areas, all the bright spots will be blown out and cannot be recovered in post processing, whatsoever. Also, use lightroom to pull details from the shadows and not Snapseed, it does an infinitely better work.
Oh and those long shadows of people in the foreground is beautiful, eh ?
How crazy are these staright funky roads ? Only problem with shooting on the middle of the road on a two way road is a high chance of getting hit by a tram or a car from behind lol
Feels matured to be posting 10 shots together, lol. On the other hand, please don't be rough, I cannot shoot portraits. Also, it would be nice if somehow I got to get these photos to the lovely lady; in the moment I didn't have the basic courtesy to show her the shots and ask how I could give it to her, now it's a collection of photos that can never reach her. Bummer. I think it's nice to always ask your subjects if they would like the photos you shot, common courtesy, I guess. Been waiting 3 days to post these, gosh, life's been so busy lately :( will also try updating the description cause it just sounds like me nagging xD
Also, my entry for #WHPunusualportraits