Sunday, 17 February 2013
Gail and I went on a little adventure this morning in Nottingham city centre. We participated on a street photography workshop, arranged by Michael Lau with a model and five other photographers.
The idea behind using a model was for those photographers that had not done street photography to become used to shooting on the street.
It's something I do all the time, to varying degrees of success, so I went along for the fun and to shoot Keiron our model for the day.
We went to various places across the city centre; especially the Lace Market and the Old Market Square.
Gail had no problem in going up to strangers and asking if she could take their photo. She seemed to spend more time doing this, than shooting the model. Some people, including myself were a little bit more reserved about doing this. I actually prefer to shoot strangers in a way that they don't know that they are being photographed, which I think is the essence of street photography.