It is known for a professional photographer to be specialised in a very particular subject or style, such as 'high key portraits', 'Blue hour urban photography', etc.... It allows them to be easily recognised. But as a proud enthusiast photographer I like to try different styles and techniques, landsacpes in colour and B&W, urban photography, pet photography, portraiture, etc...
Yesterday I went to town to try some 'proper' street photography. I love urban photography and most of my photos are about cities and their surrounding such as parks, lakes, wildlife, seafront, harbour, beach, etc... But Street Photography is a little more specific. The photos usually include candid shots of people doing something, or interesting signs and situations that happen in a fraction of a second. The images are best produced in B&W which is great if you have to shoot in bright sunshine. Strong contrasty Highlights and shadows can create great graphic elements in your photos when edited in B&W. That's probably the only type of photography that you can do in bright midday sun.
So here are a few shots I took yesterday in an hour and a half in the heart of Copenhagen: