Vancouver Street Photography

Posted on 3rd October 2015 in Street Photography, wandering

It’s been a while since I wandered a city for street photographs; people of the street that look interesting enough for me to press that shutter. I always see people that are interesting, but a lot of the time I leave my fast camera at home and stick to my smartphone camera. I guess part of the reason is I spend some much time editing photoshoots that I just feel like walking sometimes.

Anyways, I’ve been trying to re-kindle some young love in me and have taken to the streets of Vancouver to try and learn some new gear that I’ve got – specifically a Sony a7.

I always shoot a mix when I’m out wandering. I look up, I look down, I look around and through. This is the people on the street I photographed, you can see everything else in this post on architecture and graffiti. My path? I walked from Chinatown, to Gastown, to Granville St and Robson Street, back East through Yaletown, across the viaduct between Rogers Arena and BC Place Stadium, and back through Chinatown.

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

Ned Tobin Street Photography Vancouver

2 Responses to “Vancouver Street Photography”

  1. Luna says:

    These are very Beautiful. Thank you.

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