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    • I took this photo just over three years ago when I was visiting Malacca. This is Jonker Street, one of the most famous street markets in Malaysia, and it really comes alive at night. At the time I was using a Nexus 6P, so night time photography wasn't that great yet on smartphones.

    • This florist in Montreal needs a bigger shop.

      This was shot on an overcast day, and those conditions usually make flower colours pop, but in this case I wonder if blue sky reflecting in the windows might have helped, or making a composite and throwing the building into greyscale (since that building colour is ugly). Also, if I shot it again, I'd go to F8 - not sure why this is F4, but I was probably just being lazy.

      Sony A7ii, F/4, 1/800, 35mm, ISO 800.

    • This was taken in Lawrence, MA, a mural on a switch box in front of a still-in-use old mill building.

      Fuji X-T2, lens XF18-135mm, f/11

    • A rainy day in the High Andes of Peru, this little village is called Pallasca, the only way to get here prior to 1974 was by walking or donkey/ horse. A few minutes before I was talking to the man who was responsible for the road to get here

      Focal Length 135.0 mm, f/5.6, 1/200, ISO-1600

    • Texcoco, Mexico.

      Pakistan and Mexico are two opposites on world map. What i saw in streets of Mexico is totally opposite of what we see in Pakistan. At one point i was worried due to all the stories i have read about Mexico, and then i would recall how people feel about Pakistan. Took some precautions that i take generally, and then i was just comfortable moving around streets and enjoyed shooting very bold, energetic and full of love atmosphere.

      Canon EOS R, Sigma 50mm 1.4 Art and LR editing. shutter 1/125, ISO 100

    • This is one of my favorite urban shots. Four fellas having fun, walking down the streets of Sevilla, Spain, singing a song and having a great time. In one of the most magical places in the world.

      From my Sevilla Photowalk series.

      Camera: Sony RX10IV

      160th of a second, F 3.5