Dubai LandEXTREME STREET PHOTOGRAPHY - VIIIDubai Land by ^myraincheck
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Are there places were street photography is impossible? Are there countries easier than others, or harder than others? How is it street shooting like in exotic places, or places you never visited, places that are completely different from what you are used to? I asked a few street photographers around the world to share with us their experiences.
The Dubai Street scene, I suppose, is pretty much similar to other über modern cities around the world. Great light, tall buildings, people everywhere, nightlife, etc. This beautiful city most definitely has a lot to offer - but only if you can survive the scorching heat during the day, and the insanely incommodious humidity at night. Our summers, sadly, are anything but pleasant.
The best time for shooting Street here, in my opinion, is during the winter, and you can expect great weather right up till early spring - i.e starting from lat
Slaves to MemoryA few from my recent faves:Slaves to Memory by *Markus43
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In the quest to be good artists we seek to be original. A very difficult endeavor, if not truly impossible.
Occasionally, we’ll create something shocking, which truly…is not very original at all. Since so many look to make SHOCK…well Shock, becomes trite, and unshock…(is that a word?)
Some of us will insist that photographing art is not art at all. After all, the art already exists, all we did was record the work of someone else. That same thought should extend to everything! Landscape photographers make works of nothing but what has been around since forever. Nudes, erotica, still life, macabre, street, micro, macro, blurry, space, done done done done done done done and done!.
In art history, we acclaim the deviants of tradition as advent garde, which may mean different than usual, but in the end there is truly one overridin