Thinking patterns

Things that bores me in photographs in general:

  • walking person along the wall
  • walking person anywhere
  • person in the tunnel
  • shadow of a photographer included in the frame
  • reflection of a photographers reflected from anywhere
  • self portraits
  • photographs of dogs
  • photo of a person’s face
  • photo of a street with single person in it
  • photo of a couple in the park
  • photo of a couple on the beach
  • photo of the beach
  • photos of people in Haloween masks
  • photo of a building
  • photo of a tree
  • photo of the people on the escalator
  • photos of sellers on Christmas markets
  • silhouettes of people
  • photo of a an empty road in the landscape
  • photo of the people sitting in the bus/train/metro/tram
  • photo of the people waiting for the bus/train/metro/tram
  • photo of the person talking on the phone
  • photo of the person checking the phone
  • photo of the person talking on the phone with reflected light in the face at night
  • photos of peoples legs and sidewalk
  • photos from markets
  • photos of cars (any cars)
  • photos made recently looking like made 50 years ago
  • photos from funfairs
  • photos of store fronts
  • reflections in store fronts
  • photos of dummies
  • photos of blurred moving tram with people
  • photos of a person with camera taking pictures
  • photos of street musicians/entertainers
  • including advertisement in the background to bring an extra meaning to the street photo
  • witty juxtas in street photos
  • photos with crossing and person in stripped sweater in front
  • photos of person and flying pigeons around
  • ok ok…

This list has no end. In general I wanted to say, it is about stereotype way of thinking. Thinking in patterns.

It is critique in general. Aims to myself as well.

Frydek-Mistek, November 2016

Ostrava, November 2016

Ostrava, November 2016

Ostrava, November 2016

Ostrava, November 2016

Ostrava, November 2016

Ostrava, November 2016

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Thinking patterns

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