Street December 2018 Theme

Street photography, is photography conducted for art or inquiry that features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents within public places. Street photography does not necessitate the presence of a street or even the urban environment. Though people usually feature directly, street photography might be absent of people and can be of an object or environment where the image projects a decidedly human character in facsimile or aesthetic

People going about their daily lives.

A sense of time and place

The unusual and entertaining.

Seek out amusing and ironic scenes of daily life.

Look for character.

Characters in costume like this carriage drive in NYC.

Daily scenes at night take on a magical quality.

Travel shots of street life. Conch fritters anyone?

People with a message.

Sometimes you need to shoot from the hip and capture the moment regardless of quality.

Artisans at work abound in cities.

Covey the humorous and unusual.

Street fairs and markets are a great opportunity like this crepe stand in Baltimore.

People at work make interesting subjects.

Look for scenes that capture local spirit like this vendor selling crabs in Baltimore.

I like to shoot street performers, buskers, and musicians.

I always tip before I photograph performers.

This guitar players always performs at the Baltimore farmer’s market.

College fund.

Drummer at the inner harbor.

Busker in Ottawa Canada.

NYC drummer.

Not everyone likes to have their photo taken. Just move on.

Stephen Rosenbach

The following street photographs are by Steve Rosenbach. Steve graciously offered to share some of his images to give a different perspective to Street Photography.

Steve love to shoot in NYC, Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Annapolis.

Can you tell this was shot in Annapolis.

One from the US Naval Academy.

Steve has a distinctive style.

Pick a background scene to use as a stage.

Wait for someone interesting to walk through your selected background.

Are you starting to get a Sense for Steve’s style and approach?

Steve actually asked this woman to walk by this wall again to get the shot.

In the last two shots you can see Steve shooting multiple people as they walk in front of this backdrop.

A Big Thank You to Steve Rosenbach

The Arundel Camera Club exists to promote the art, science, and education in all aspects and fields of photography. We meet at 7:00pm every Wednesday evening at the Severna Park High School when school is in session, weather permitting. If the school is closed due to weather, meetings will be cancelled. You can check the Anne Arundel County Public School website for weather related closures.

Meetings alternate with programs of informative speakers (educational, technical, how-to, tutorials, etc.) and photographic competitions. Meetings are open to the public, but only dues paying members may enter competitions. The club also has monthly photographic field trips to locations of interest.


  • Individual . . . . . . . . .$35.00
  • Family . . . . . . . . . . . .$15.00 each additional family member.
  • Students… . . . . . . . . .$17.50 full time students will be 1/2 price.


We meet in room 156 at the new Severna Park High School, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Note that the doors are locked at the school for security. We will man the door from 6:30PM until the meeting starts at 7:00PM.

Contact Officers@arundelcameraclub.org

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Mike Thomas

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