Greg, in my honest opinion, your photo no 37 is great as it is and the fact that the subject has his eyes closed makes it even more interesting (mysterious) and creates a special, somehow weird atmosphere. This is how I perceive it. I realised that with the photo of the hands you were in a hurry but still - an uncommon angle makes it special, too. Thank you for the details related to the way in which you took the photo of the man: do not erase it, I haven’t seen too many street shots from that perspective, so close to the ground (and I watched lots and lots of street photos). I temporarily stopped taking street photos because I actually haven’t had too much time for it and somehow I took too many street photos in Liverpool and Manchester, so I need the challenge of a new big city - hopefully, soon London. I don’t know how to comment or to put a note under each photo of yours, so I’ll use this way of communicating my feedback. Regards, Livia
Thank you, Gregory! It is quite a recent idea and the project is somehow a form of exercising the observation methods in public spaces as well as a final coherent form of presentation of an idea. It is very important for me that you shared your opinion. No need to mention how much I love your street photography. The new site format is gorgeous, I like that horizontal display of photos, I might use that myself. Keep them coming! Regards, Livia.
I really do like to see my photos published in different magazines around the world, and I’m excited that the Australian magazine TRUTH chose one of my photos to be included in their latest issue. Details and orders: http://www.magcloud.com/browse/Magazine/94314 .