Every Picture Tells a Story

With street photography, while the goal is to find storytelling photos in public, sometimes it’s not clear what the story is.  As this photograph attests.  (See more street photographs.)

Photography by Kenneth Wajda.

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A Grin and a Spark On the Street

Street Photography – the art of finding human stories in public and capturing them with a camera. I am a street photographer, a documentary photographer, a photojournalist.

When I photograph people in the street, sometimes I capture a look that says a little something.  I wonder what her she’s thinking. 

Street Photography by Kenneth Wajda.

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Decked Out in Red

The Lady (or perhaps Ladies) in Red!

Street Photography by Kenneth Wajda.

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The Look of Film

I AM BOULDER COLORADO

“Hey, you’re shooting film.  That’s old school.”
“I’m shooting film because it makes me take my time and I’m really enjoying it.”

“That’s cool.”
“I just figured out how to develop it and not lose any frames in developing.  So, I’m good.”

I teach film photography up in Lyons, Colorado, at the Lyons Photography Art Center, if you are interested in shooting film.  If you have an old SLR or other film camera around, here’s an idea.  Buy a roll of Tri-X black and white film with 36 exposures from Mike’s Camera.   Shoot one photo a month–the roll will last you three years.  At the end of three years, get it developed, and you will have a time capsule that will be so fun to see.