My surreal street photography
Small series of surreal street shots taken by me in Rome. I love surrealism in street photography. These kind of images are so strange and enigmatic. Often I underexposed -2/-3 stop to obtain closed shadows and more saturation. To create more mistery and suspence usually I don’t show people faces.
As I said in previous article we can find surrealism in painting, cinema and photography. Today there are a lot of surreal street shots showed in social media and contest. Henry Cartier Bresson sometimes shooted surreal photos with a total different style.
Surreal is not real. Images must have mystery showing a different reality, something different that looks weird to our eyes. These pictures don’t give any answer or explanations, but only questions and doubts about what we’re watching. To create surrealism I play with lights, shadows and contrast of the scene.
Sometimes i play with contrast bewteen foreground and mysterious background.
Sometimes I try to photograph surreal shadows.
Weird situations with high contrast and strange elements in foreground.
No heads in my surreal street shots.
Watch other surreal shots in my gallery.
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