Heres comes yet another selection of my recent street photos of Taipei. Most…in fact, all…were shot while exploring the small streets and alleys off Civil Boulevard near Taipei Main Station with my kids looking for Halloween costumes and props.
Here we go with some new street photography from Taipei city. If you've liked my Facebook Artist Page or follow me on Tumblr, you may have seen a couple of these recently. But not all of them. Enjoy.
Its been awhile but there are quite a few photos. Lets get started.
Ill finish up the series of articles on my recent day trip to Miaoli County, Taiwan with a few street photos taken between the places about which I wrote the articles. Theres nothing connecting these images together beyond the fact that they were all taken on the same day within the same general area.
Lets get started.
Another week of shots off the mobile. Its just so darn convenient and faster to reach for something in my pocket than in my bag. Also, its a lot less conspicuous in a hospital where a couple of these were taken. Yes, Im fine. I was just there for a blood screening and MMR vaccination.
Did you know vaccinations fade after a couple of decades?
I did take advantage of some Taipei MRT construction that I came across with a proper camera, but since the photos are related theyll be posted under the Random Encounters banner next week.
Here we go.
After a (too long) hiatus, Im back with some new street photography from Taipei, Taiwan.
The best camera is the one thats in your hands. This axiom is especially true for enthusiasts of any sort of documentary photography, such as photojournalism or street. Given that my (and probably your) mobile phone is either on me or more accessible to me than my proper camera more often than not, it is actually an important component of my greater camera kit. As I did with my prior mobile (read my HTC Desire HD camera review), I put my new Samsung Galaxy Note 2 camera through its paces and thought Id pass along my thoughts to you. With the exception of a few software differences (most involving S-Pen use), the Note 2 has the same camera package as its smaller brother so you can consider this a Samsung Galaxy S3 camera review, too.