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Walk on the Wild Side

The Netherlands, Katwijk – February 2023

This week’s Lens Artists Photo Challenge 240 is hosted by John Steiner. He invites to show my favorite type or style of photography as the road I have chosen to take most often. And that creates a bit of a problem for me. I might need direction.

Basically my attention gets caught and produces an image. It is not conscious, it is in the context where I am. And it results in an array of subjects. It is easier to say what road I do not take: fashion, portraits, urban. But travel, cities, landscapes etc are part of the portfolio. Maybe I can not choose to continue in a specific direction? Or I shouldn’t?

I think I have to ask the visitors of this blog to give an answer to John’s question, for I can’t for myself. What do you think? Is there a red line in my snaps? Or is it a mixed bag of pieces? I appreciate your feedback.

Shot with iPhone 13 Pro Max edited using Snapseed and Marksta Click the picture for a larger version

4 Responses to “Walk on the Wild Side”

  1. photobyjohnbo

    I jumped over to your main page and just scrolled to the end of the page. Your own words describe your style. You said it best, ” It is not conscious, it is in the context where I am. And it results in an array of subjects.”
    Another way to say it is that your style changes as needed to fit the subject. I always enjoy your work. Your most recent posts feature mostly black-and-white and I am a big fan.

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    • Chris Breebaart

      hi John, you phrase it perfect, I just take the shots that present itself in a context of time and space! Thank you for your kind words, that means a lot. And mono was my first love, and I still enjoy to use that digitally. Have a great trip.

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