Cycling up the hill This is another one of my Athens shots, while sitting on the back of a bike. I took this one of this cyclist cycling up this not so steep hill, because he looked interesting on his tiny little bicycle. I like shooting moving objects and I found that doing so while on a moving vehicle was quite challenging, making the anticipation of a well timed shot even more intense for me. Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs Creative Commons
Behind the dirty glass
I made this photograph in Athens, one night when I was walking to one of my favourite bars to meet up with friends. It was early evening, and I found myself outside a lottery ticket shop. I looked inside and saw a man smoking. His face was behind a filthy piece of thick glass or plastic, the type that is used for announcing the winning numbers. I just loved the way everything looked and shot a snap! Snap!
About to light up
I remember this day. I had taken a very long photo walk in Athens. I was in the streets for about 4 or 5 hours, walked for about 10km and I was heading back to base, tongue hanging out from exhaustion, when I saw this gentleman getting ready to light up. I approached him, camera on my hip, tilting LCD screen turned up towards me and snapped a shot. Snap! After this, I called it a day.
A collection of photographs taken in the streets of Greece (mostly). I am passionate about Photography, especially Street Photography. This is what this tumblr is about. I am co-founder of Street...
Kodak Portra 400 - Yashica Electro 35 CC Snapped in Athens, Attiki, Greece See the video behind the making of the shot at youtu.be/Ej9SoSa9-Ac?t=5m32s More about Street Photography at www.streethunters.net
This guy was just sitting outside of a cinema, looking at the people walking by, assessing them, analysing them, mostly the ladies. I just loved his style. As soon as I spotted him I thought that I must take his picture, so I walked up to him and asked if it would be cool to photograph him. He asked me what do I want to do that for, so I just answered "I really like your style"! He smiled and said ok. That was it. Snap! If you want to see how I took the photo, you can view the relevant clip…