One of many Candid Moments from London Streets
A man walking on the bridge.
A local man of Bricklane in East London strolls along the road.
Three women were heading to the market. Immediately when one of them spotted me with camera at my eye tried to turn her head. I must have made them feel uncomfortable, I thought.
Apologies were accpeted.
Magic lights of the passage next Embankment station brought my attention. Frankly, it was one of the first photographs which I took with my new full frame Canon 6D model.
Once upon time I did some experiment and challenged myself to photograph different frames within frame. This is one of many I took that day.
A shopper in Upper Richmond Street, SW London photographed from the back. I did it on the purpose in order to capture these amazing long shadows.
One sunny day, on my way to work I spotted the lady smoking a cigarette and hiding from the sun. The light, shadows, her legs created a great photo opportunity. I was lucky that none of the commuters walked into the frame (Vauxhall Bus station is the second busiest one after Victoria).
As only Greg and I approached the beach, I instantly knew this will be a good moment to photograph when he was about to enter the beach.
My niece and nephew on the top floor of Krakow hospital on misty, grey Sunday waiting for the lift. They, the windows , chairs and the light coming into the building created a magic moment that I captured with my iPhone.
Captured in Dublin during my business trip at one of shopping centres. It took me a while to photograph it as many people thought I want to photograph the advertising until "the Decisive Moment" took place and I pressed shutter button.
Another "Decisive Moment" photograph taken in Dublin, Grafton area. I was about to catch the taxi to the airport when I spotted this Lady. She posed for me at the right moment at the right place.
This is the last photograph I took in Dublin, right before leaving to the airport. The pedestrians and the photographs on the walls created a great composition sets.
Local residents of Praia da Luz in Algarve relax on the beach overlooking the ocean. Algarve is my favourite holiday destination in Europe. Weather, people, food; love it all.
This photograph has been submitted to CHANCE Image competition in association with Raindance Film Festival. Mums and daughters enter the fountain in London Southbank during hot summer day. None of them got wet.
When walking across Waterloo Bridge I got surprised how tide was low and what dragged my attention was the couple walking along the bank... They appear so small in comparison to the river and the city body behind them with St Paul's Cathedral.
It was great, dump day and was walking from London Bridge along the South Bank to Waterloo. Camera on my neck. Right before Waterloo Bridge the magic started to happen; the boys jumping off the stairs to the sandy beach below. I could not resits to photograph it.
This photograph was featured on London South Bank Instagram Profile. Londoners and visitors are relaxing on balconies of South Bank. What really made me take this photo were the shapes, shadows, contrast created by the early afternoon light.
I returned to South Bank again as I had the vision for one photograph, one man on a balcony of South Bank Centre. Have to say, I was lucky on that day.
Blackfriars station is one of my favourite spot in Central London for photography. This photograph was one of many I took during City Photo Hunt event. The reason I took this one that was achieve movement, depth of field and show the station from different perspective... I did well, I think.
A napping man on South Bank Benches on hot afternoon. Loved his massive grey beard...
On my way back to the tubes from Photo City Hunt event, late afternoon, low light, I am about to take stairs and then BOOM. Magic moment took place as this man was about to walk down. Luckily I was read to capture this moment.
This is another photo I took during City Photo Hunt. I was returning to the tubes and looked to my right as I spotted the lines the sun light has created and then man walking... This is the beauty of Street Photography....
Disabled boys play Basket Ball outside National Gallery in London. For them everything is possible.
By accident, I discovered not long time ago a short cut from Embankment Bridge to Charing Cross station. Wet floor, massive lamp, corridor and the man created all together a beautiful scenery.
They call Embankment Bridge, the Bridge of Lovers... and it is true...
A man walking towards the bussiest train station in the UK.
Shoe polishing in Central London
A bold man and a man with a chat
A man with a phone
Meeting in the garden
Where is my wallet?
A walking man
High Street Ken Station
A woman in High Street Station