I had a window. Approximately an hour and a half window. I dropped the kids off at school, popped over to the bank, then the post office. I was itching to get the camera out of my pocket, forget everything else for 90 minutes, truly open my eyes and get into the photography zone.
I took one of my usual photo walks route.
Walking by the park, crossing a few little roads and on way to the main train station of Montpellier. The light was magical that morning.
After processing the images from that day, I only had a couple of them which I turned into B&W, the rest are in colour. I couldn’t resist the pallet of colours that was presented before my eyes. The sun generously painted the city with its warm morning rays of light.
The Montpellier train station is probably one of my favourite spots to shoot. There are always people, movement and geometrical lines which I’m very fond of. Combine it with a beautiful light and you can create some great photographs.
I’m curious to know, what is Your preferred time to shoot on streets? Do you like the warmer tones of the morning or the colder evening atmosphere? Also, when do you shoot in colour and what time of the day you prefer B&W (if you make these choices at all)?
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