Urban Photography [Textures and Expressions]
In a creative mind, working with vivid imagination and diverse ideas, there is no limit as to what it can conceive – indeed. You roam along the streets and you see design inspiration everywhere. A graffiti vandalism which is considered as a crime against property and harmful to the environment could be seen as an art. You are conscious of the way city lights illuminate beauty on a thing, the way unique concrete patterns perfectly mesh together and the way every single detail becomes something significant – something that could be enhanced, utilized and shared.
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Being a huge fan of urban/street photography (Sleepy City is definitely one of my favorites), snapping at anything you don’t expect to find – regardless of the place or the subject, I tend to focus more on urban expressions (including people) and intricate designs of ordinary stuff you probably see everyday. Although I am neither a professional photographer nor a brilliant designer, I do appreciate such things and constantly will myself to learn new tips and tricks.
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By Sarah Malanyaon