Tag : People Watching

Lisbon, Portugal

Dedicated to the Love of my life and amazing travel companion. Happy Birthday! Closing the EuroTrip 2018 photo series with my favorite subject of people watching and street photography. ***Just FYI, Lisbon locals have two nicknames: ‘Lisboetas’ and ‘Alfacinhas’. Baixa in downtown Lisbon is the city’s main shopping and banking district with tiled buildings, pastry shops and tailors. The baroque …

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The Views and The Wind. Santorini, Greece

We’re back to my favorite subjects of people watching and street photography. Today’s photo reportage is from Fira, Santorini Island, Greece. Fira is the modern Capital of Santorini that derives its name from an alternative pronunciation of “Thíra”, the ancient name of the island itself. Fira is built on the edge of the 400 meters (1,312 feet) high caldera. Access …

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Barcelona Street Photography

Barcelona, Spain is one of the most pedestrian-friendly cities in Europe. It is famous for having about 130 hectares (equals to 260 football fields) dedicated to “pedestrian-only” streets/zones. Before the 1992 Olympic Games, there were no beaches in the city and the seaside was owned by the local industries. But, when Barcelona decided to host the Games, the city was …

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Pretty Face of Minsk, Belarus

Happy Old New Year, Belarus! Today’s post is dedicated to Belarusian “Snow-maidens” [smile] All these street portraits and candid shots of cute girls and beautiful women have been taken during my EuroTrip 2013 to Minsk, Belarus. The ladies are passersby, I have met on the streets of Minsk. Believe it or not, during the entire trip no one answered “No” …

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Prague: Portraits of Strangers

The Organ-grinder playing a hand organ for money, Man riding a Penny-Farthing bicycle, Living statue watching a cute girl, Shrek calling Princess Fiona (or Donkey), Musicians playing Jazz on the Charles Bridge, Street Artist drawing a portrait of a beautiful model, Travelers and Praguers enjoying a beautiful day… All these are in the second part of my photos of strangers …

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Prague: Street Portraits

I guess you might have noticed how Crazy In Love I am with Street Portrait Photography :) Today I continue sharing my street photography from Prague, Czech Republic. Besides four posts of joyful photographs taken during Prague Pride Gay Parade and a post with bridal street photography, here is another post with the portraits of strangers I photographed in Praha …

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Street Wedding Photography: Brides in Czech Republic and Belarus

As Atlanta Wedding Photographer, I was very excited about the street wedding photography project I planned to photograph during my travel to Europe this summer. Fortunately, I visited Prague, Czech Republic and Minsk, Belarus on Saturdays- the “wedding days”. So it wasn’t difficult to find newlyweds on the streets. In Nemiga, Minsk’s Old Town district, I counted fifteen brides within …

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Gay Parade Prague Pride 2013

The last set of my people watching street photography from gay parade Prague Pride 2013. Read a pilot post Photo Reportage from Gay Parade Prague Pride 2013 here, view all photos from the event here. Click on image to view full size.

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Gay Parade Prague Pride 2013

The continuing photo story of my people watching in Prague, Czech Republic. I’ve selected another set of 30+ street photos from Prague Pride parade and will publish all images in two posts. Just a reminder, this event started at 1PM and ended at 4PM on Saturday, August 17, 2013. The route: Na příkopech, Republiky square, Revoluční, Dlouhá, Staroměstské náměstí, Pařížská …

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Santiago, Chile: Street Photographer’s Paradise

This is the third post of photos from my Street Photography Day in Santiago, Chile. Check out other posts here: Santiagueños – Santiago People and The Faces Of Santiago De Chile. Click on image to view full size.

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The Faces of Santiago de Chile

Local People are what really showcase a foreign land. When I travel I always look for the faces to capture in my photos. Parks and skylines can tell the stories too… But, nothing makes a place unique and special as the faces of people who live there. Here are The Beautiful Faces of Santiago de Chile. Also you may wish …

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Santiaguenos - Santiago People

I have visited Santiago, formally Santiago de Chile, during my recent trip to South America. A friend photographer Andrew (AndrewGraemeGould.com) was kind to host me for two nights and show the city’s photography “hot spots”. The experience was amazing! After this visit I am going to call Santiago as “Street Photographer’s Paradise”. Such beautiful and photocamera-friendly people live there. Nobody …

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