Street Photo of the week by Lee Thatcher
Lee Thatcher is a Street Photographer from the UK. If you visit his About page on his website he mentions that he likes to make photographs of anything that interest him. His portfolio is mostly in mono with a very few exceptions and in the 1:1 format (again with very few exceptions), usually shot with an iPhone and then processed in various apps. When looking through his work, you get a feeling of looking at photographs from another time, that is the reason why we are somewhat reminded of Daido Moryiama and William Klein’s early Harlem New York shots. These two artists could possibly have played an important role in Lee Thatchers photographic journey, but only he would know that for sure.
An amazing reflection of a man walking in the streets being watched by Lee Thatcher’s lens and CCTV at the same time. It reminds us that we are always looked upon by Big Brother, who is there, watching. The man’s reflection is surrounded by what seems to be squashed gum and a couple of cigarette butts, adding to the grittiness of the shot. A great photo with a perfect balanced composition made out of the subject and the tower of cameras.
Thank you Lee Thatcher!
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