This will be a short one, but as you are used now to have none at all… don’t complain 😉
Does street photography need the ‘human element’?
Or can it exist without?
After all, it’s called street photography, not human or people photography. So I don’t think the human in the photo is that important.
What’s important is the context. Be it a person interacting with his or her environment or with the camera / photographer or an interesting element of our environment.
OK, I admit, those latest photos are not groundbreaking. I’m realistic after all. But they have the enormous merit to exist at all. And that’s really something these days of apathy and listlessness.
Ha, by the way, these were made with a Leica… well sort of. But more about that in some later post… I’ll try to write it this year. Just kidding, I promise to finish it before summer. You remember summer? That time when it’s WARM outside!
See you soon!