This dramatic photograph of a dead fish corpse with exposed sharp teeth was taken on New Zealand’s North Island at a beautiful Waipu beach. It was an eerie experience as the beach is very long and yet we were the only people there, which seemed rather odd in the middle of holiday season.
On one of the Internet forums, where I post my photographs frequently, a lively discussion took place on merits of street photography. The debate seems to have three sides with varied but not always opposing viewpoints to it.
Firstly, the photographers, who take street candids, see it as a form of art, which captures people in their natural environment exhibiting their natural behaviours. Secondly, the photographers who view this as a form of art, but acknowledge only a small proportion of candid photographs as worth looking at. Finally, there was a group of photographers, who see no purpose or for that matter any photographic or artistic skills in this medium at all.
Yes, this is discussion was conducted on a photographers for photographers forum and thus the audience is rather of a very narrow demographic.