9 thoughts on “Compendium 44 – Of the Street

  1. -N- says:

    Technically, you can call it “street photography” insofar as the noun photography is modified by the adjective street; however, it is not the common understanding of “street photography” as nuanced in English . . . . blah, blah, blah. These are great!

    • mewanchuk says:

      Thanks very much Naomi…there are apparently select individuals from Toronto (of the Male gender…who also happen to run websites) whose identities I shall keep secret for the time being…who do not concur with your enjoyment of my “of the street” photography.

      That being said, everyone is entitled to his or her own opinion…and the enjoyment of my “of the street” photography.

      😀

  2. Peter | Prosophos says:

    Mark, all joking aside, you’re in good company:

    “However, street photography does not need to exclusively feature people within the frame. It can also focus on traces left by humanity that say something about life. Photographers such as William Eggleston often produce street photography where there are no people in the frame, but their presence is suggested by the subject matter. ”

    ―Street Photography, Wikipedia ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Street_photography )

  3. jkjod says:

    I’m just here for the jabs between Mark and Peter.

    Oh also, these are nice – especially the busses, the selfie, and “merger” are my faves of the bunch.

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