Hope you had a great weekend, everyone! Here I am, approaching the end of the challenge with three days left. This time I took the similar approach as in previous posts, most of the shots are taken in the main pedestrian street of Knez Mihailo and I took a quick walk to the Kalemegdan park (more photos from there in tomorrow's post).
I was looking at hand gestures, moments of interaction between people, reflections through the store windows and even tried some long exposures to show the movement. I don't remember ever seeing so many people in Belgrade, the streets are full. Travellers from all over the world are gathering here throughout the summer.
In case you plan on visiting this part of the world, Belgrade might not be the prettiest city but it has a certain positive vibe that makes everyone fall in love with it. People know how to have good time here and how to be good hosts. There is something for everyone - historical monuments to visit, crazy night life, busy pedestrian shopping streets, bars and restaurants at every corner with famous Serbian cuisine. And if you miss the sea, there's a big city lake where everyone goes during these hot days. But yes, the best trait it has is the hospitality and friendliness of its people. Enjoy the photos of day 12!
This challenge is designed to push me to shoot more, think more about what I'm shooting and also to start posting more regularly. It's supposed to imitate shooting a film camera, 1 roll each day and posting the results. Recently I shot a roll of Kodak film and it inspired me to bring this series back. Here are the general guidelines:
- Create up to 36 photographs each day
- Select and post at least 10 photographs
- Don't look at images on the LCD screen