A winter morning at Hjalmar Brantingsplatsen, Gothenburg, Sweden
The two ladies had a 15 minutes photoshoot. Hope they got the image they wanted!
The first day the sun feels warm is special. I watched people for hours. Everyone smiled and slowed down as they came out in the sun.
The beautiful people people, people, people, people. The facial appearance, appearance, appearance, appearance. The looks, looks, looks, looks. That’s my November.
Johan & Anna
Johanna & Fredrik
The man with the glasses
NK:s christmas decorations
This month I have focused on eye contact and sun light. To get eye contact I’ve placed myself more visible than before. Pointing my camera right at people. It takes a while to get used to it and I have ta talk myself into it every time. I try to place people in the sunlight to make them stand out.
A week ago I wanted to shoot a wall painting. I stod behind the painting. Composed it with the rule of thirds. Some air, some sky and the painting. I wasn’t happy with the result. I walked around a bit and tried to get a better idea. I took a step back and discovered that the painting was visible from behind a square. A woman sat on the bench. With trees, sun light and the painting in the background. I took two images. The woman looked at me and I shot another and knew I was done.
I saw the boy sitting at the stairs. In the sun. I raised my camera and took some quick shots. I got a feel for it. I waited a while. I saw two other guys coming down the stair. The sitting boy looked at me. Click.
I’m not sure what I should do when I get eye contact. But for now I just look back and smile. It seems to work. At one point or another I’ll be confronted. But that’s ok. Maybe even fun.