Henry Cartier Bresson was a French photographer that specialized in street photography. I’ve been interested for a while in photos of people on their phones or playing with their electronic devices. It seems like a way to isolate themselves from the people that are standing right next to them. It shows the growth of the use of cell phones. It’s somewhat ironic that I did the photos using a pretty decent camera that disguises itself as an iPhone 4s. Photos were captured using Camera+ and processed in the same app. Mostly applying the clarity filter and the black and white conversion afterwards.
Anyways, I found myself in a hospital waiting room looking out the window for a little while this weekend. I couldn’t help trying to make the best of the bad situation. I got 20 decent photos in about an hour and these are the best ofs from that group.
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Funny how cell’s have changed the way pedestrians look.
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