Thursday’s Special: Street Portraits

 

Twice a month or more I invite blogger friends to host a guest photo challenge on my blog. This Thursday the guest challenger is Yvette who has just started a new blog highwaysandtrails.wordpress.com. You may know her from priorhouse.org. Please read her guest post and join us for this Thursday with the theme: street photography/portraits.

 

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Contemplating

 

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Synchronicity

 

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Plugged-in

 

 

As usual I will be waiting for your entries. When you post, link to this and guest post. Have a fabulous Thursday!

P.S. More info on challenges and forthcoming themes on Scheduled Challenges page.

 

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These are the entries for this challenge. Click on the titles:

Portraits of Istanbul

Portraits of New York

Β Say Mouse Β ….. I mean Cheese

Life is ….

Police Parade

Dark lightness

Street Portrait

Street Portraiture in Vietnam

Street Photography?Β 

Flirting with the camera

Street portraits

The Night Guards

Better run

One afternoon in Madrid

Lady with Walking Stick

Portraits from Japan

Happy faces

A Drunken Night in Krakow

The Hills of Valparaiso

Travel Quote Series – You are a foreigner

Wired from sound

Street life

Virtual bike ride

An Open Book

79 Comments on “Thursday’s Special: Street Portraits

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    • They turned out very candid and relaxed Debbie, despite being aware of having their photo taken. You must have charmed them πŸ™‚ Great gallery!

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    • Fitness magazine? πŸ˜‰ LIsa, thank you for sharing this special post with us. The entire series is excellent, but I picked one photo that I especially like to display here πŸ™‚

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      • You’ve got a great eye Paula. I just had a walk through of all of the other submissions to this challenge and 9 times out of 10, the one that you picked to display was my favorite of the post. Was such a treat to ‘meet’ so many great photographers through this challenge (as well as see some wonderful images from old friends). I’ll be back. Thanks again.

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  5. My worst subject in all the world, Paula- I groaned when I saw the subject πŸ™‚ Contemplating has a lovely feel to it and the other two are so clear and sharp. It’s not your normal choice of subject either, Paula, but you’ve made a superb job of it. πŸ™‚ It wouldn’t be a challenge if it wasn’t challenging, would it? Keep smiling!

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    • πŸ˜€ (No, not my favourite subject at all :D), but in 10 days I’ll have more street portraits in B&W that I actually like πŸ˜€ Thank you for coming here this morning with your warm smile. Have a good day, Jo.

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  11. Great job Paula, considering street photography isn’t quite your genre! Love the first shot titles contemplation.

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  12. Non saprei quale scegliere…
    Voto tutte e tre: ognuna di loro e’ speciale!
    (Ho appena “postato” il mio contributo)

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    • When you took these, was it from chest level or hip level? I can’t teach myself to do that.My problem is that I have to have a camera glued to my eye and shoot and then everybody notices me :/

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      • actually it was with a tilt screen camera (small sony RX100 2) from the belly level ;-), I look at the tilted screen all the time, (not once glancing at people), pretend that I am fiddling with the camera. (with Nikon I also have to have it glued to my eye)

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  17. Nice clicks Paula. True to your spirit you continue to experiment..with subjects this time πŸ™‚ Always inspiring to see someone stepping out of her comfort zone..

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    • If you stick around, you will see some in B&W really soon. I think you still don’t know me well. I displayed a thumbnail of your linked post, but I should really play by the rules and from now on link to fresh posts made for the challenge.

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      • Sorry, I saw “street photography” and got excited. πŸ™‚

        Stick around? No, I’ll be leaving soon, but you knew that would happen. πŸ™‚

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