Streets Saturday for Week 14 3


Since I’m now tutoring a second student in the evening at Starbucks, there are even more pictures of Starbucks this week.


Nothing beats good, natural side-lighting.


Another photo of the same person, but with more context and conveying a different mood.


I love the expression on her face. There’s so much joy there.


Now that the Starbucks photos are out of the way, let’s do some random street photos from Taipei.


I wonder if he can handcraft a leather camera strap?


A step down from Starbucks. Did you know that they used to use Starbucks beans until they were cut-off? Apparently, SBC didn’t appreciate McDs ‘McCafe’ side business.


*sniff*


And finally, we return back to Starbucks for this week’s obligatory phonography shot.


Until next week. Comments are always appreciated. :-)


About Brian Webb

Brian Q. Webb is a photography enthusiast from Los Angeles, California who spends most of his time in Taipei, Taiwan. He is especially interested in street photography as well as large format portraiture and pinhole photography. He also likes to shoot lifestyle portraiture and occasionally acts as an agent for foreign newspapers wanting event coverage in Taipei. He was also on the staff of deviantArt and is co-founder of PhotoMalaysia, the largest photography community in that country.

  • http://www.facebook.com/jfahler Joshua Fahler

    You’re right about that side-lighting – I especially see it in that lady’s face on the forth photo.

  • kvct

    love your shots. even if it’s shots in starbucks it is as natural as any other street shot (and as good).
    and love it even further that despite it is black and white (majority of them), it still speaks up as if it is of a thousand colors, not just interms of tone but it is as if it is a clips, and photo speaks, for the scene itself.

    when can i shoot like you, Brian, i wonder.
    for, i am never a street shoot / portrait person…

  • http://www.photojazz.ws Brian

    Thank you for the kind compliments, Carol…even if most aren’t true ;-).