My flickr contact Alex Newman posted this terrific image from Seminyak beach, Bali taken with his Ricoh GR.
One of the many things that’s outstanding about this image is the framing: both the child and the woman looking in from the edge of the frame. Bleeding or frame violation is a terrific technique and I need to consider it more as I almost never use it in photography while I use it all the time in graphic design work I do.
My flickr contact Alex Newman took this excellent street scene in heavy rain in Jakarta, Indonesia with his Fuji X-T1.
I can really feel the rain coming down.
My flickr contact Alex Newman took this great street image in Varanasi, India with his Fuji X100S.
Here’s an image that cries out planning. No doubt Alex saw the mural and waited patiently until the right kind of contrast moved in front of it.
Sometimes even street photography needs to be slowed down to get shots like this and Alex is a master.
My flickr contact Alex Newman took this great image along the Ganges River in Varanasi, India with his Fuji X100S.
My flickr contact Alex Newman posted a great image of a barber shaving a man’s head in Varanasi, India taken with his Fuji X100S.
My flickr contact Alex Newman has posted an album of numerous exceptional street images of India taken with his Fuji X100S.
He has many other albums and browsing his Flickr presence is highly recommended. He’s really got a great eye for this type of work.