Cats in the slum do have their own styles, even when they are chatting…
”I’ve never made any picture, good or bad, without paying for it in emotional turmoil.”
— W. Eugene Smith
That is something I’d like to bear in mind all the time. Love the subject of your pictures, they are far more beyond a subject. When you feel for it, you bring life into it.
Sometimes… I do wonder why people let you in and take photograph of themselves in street… It’s easier for me to understand NO rather than YES, coz I am those kind of people who don’t like to be photographed… 🙂
But, one thing I am sure – only when you accept who you really are, you don’t mind how people look at you and photograph you.
To the old man, it’s just another encounter in life. Yet, to me, it was surely a beautiful encounter in my life.
p.s. I love his shy smile…
曼谷街頭美麗邂逅 – 年邁的容顏+滿身刺青。 老人的臉, 充滿故事的臉… 他, 給了我一個羞澀的微笑 – 在我們偶遇的一瞬間。
It wan raining heavily during peak hour in Shanghai today. Lots of people coming out from subway hesitated to walk out when they saw the thunder rain, and most of them waited at the exit. On the contrary, I was one of those keeping walking and didn’t let the rain affect me, coz I have one good reason to enjoy raining day and not to worry about getting wet…
She is the reason – a young girl happily dancing in the rain while I was shooting in Klong Toey slum couple months ago. I almost forgot how much fun we could have in a raining day while being kids… 🙂