待ち合わせ/waiting

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57 thoughts on “待ち合わせ/waiting

  1. ♥ ڿ✿♥*✿ڿڰۣڿ✿♥ ڿ✿♥*✿ڿڰۣڿ✿♥ ڿ✿♥*✿ڿڰۣڿ✿♥ ڿ✿♥*✿ڿڰۣڿ✿♥ ڿ✿♥*✿ڿڰۣڿ✿
    Buna dimineata prieteni dragi ! Va doresc sa aveti o zi asa cum o doriti fiecare,frumoasa,fara stres,cu multa pofta de viata !Pupici !
    Good morning, dear friends! I want to have one day as we want every beautiful, stress-free, with plenty of zest for life! Kisses!


  2. It’s a lovely shot Takami. Though I would love to take shots like this, even now, the life-long disability I’ve dealt with where other people are concerned still stops me from asking if I could take a person’s picture, and I refuse to shoot a picture of a person without their permission. So except for the rare occasion when a person approaches me, or the occasional appearance in the background, I’m afraid I still have to leave Portraiture up to others. But you certainly do a fine job of it, and this picture for sure is sweetness incarnate.

    • I feel the same way in so many ways! I think most photographers feel the same way as we do when it comes to photographing other people. There is always the delicate (some times not-so-clear) line between using our ‘right to creative expression’ and overstepping boundaries. Folks here (including me) are often very sensitive to privacy, especially when children are involved.

      My freelance work as a wedding photographer (where people are happy to ham it up for the camera for a change!) helps me to approach people and ask for a photo, making sure to give them my contact info, and of course receiving permission to post a photo on my site.

      Although I love to capture the natural expressions of people in street photography, I admit to shying away from it because I don’t want to be involved in any problems. And because I *do* understand how the other person might feel. I too, would not like it if some crazy photographer was snapping photos of me without my being aware 😀 Sorry for the ramble, but I enjoyed your thoughtful and thought-provoking comment very much!

  3. Such a lovely picture. I think it is the first picture I have seen you have presented of people and you are doing a great job with this picture!

    • Hello Inger,
      Thank you very much for your comment! I am happy you liked this snapshot of mother and daughter. Actually, I love to make photographs of people very much, especially to catch their natural expressions. However, my challenge is, people often feel uncomfortable when a stranger takes photos of them. (I understand this feeling too!) So many times, I have to ask for permission to take the photo and post on my site. I know many photographers have similar challenges… 😀 It’s why admire photographers who can make such great street photography.

      I have a few other images featuring people, if you’re interested:
      https://tibaraphoto.wordpress.com/tag/children-photography/
      https://tibaraphoto.wordpress.com/tag/kendo/

      Best wishes,
      Takami 🙂

  4. You captured a very sweet moment, I agree with the others. I wonder if the mum’s hair is tangled after all this waiting 🙂

    I hope everything is alright, and that the weather is not too hot and humid xx

    • Hello Gin ❤
      How was your weekend? Could you make many new photos? 🙂
      Thanks a lot for your comment. Oh yes, the Mum's hair got very tangled because her daughter loved playing with it 😀 But it was a sweet moment, and her mother was very gentle.

      • I took a lot of pictures at the wedding, trying to improve my portrait skills. But I left the camera in the UK. I’m moving to Leeds on Tuesday, so I’ll be able to process them at that time.

        The weekend was great, we had beautiful weather !

        I’m busy with packing, unpacking and re packing, this is awful.

        • Oh, I’m sure you did a marvelous job!
          I don’t know if I mentioned, but I do wedding photography work too. Very stressful, very different from animal/nature photo environment. But also fun, and I can learn a lot 😀

          I imagine it’s very busy and hard schedule to move – especially to another country. Please take care! One step at a time 🙂 ❤

    • Hello Noelle,
      Thank you very much for your lovely comment 🙂
      I’m so relieved that overall feedback for this shot has been positive.
      I love simple moments like these 😀

      Warm wishes,
      Takami

    • Hello Jeannie,
      Thank you so much for your feedback. I was hoping to get your approval on this shot! 🙂 Like you, I enjoy these ‘everyday’ moments very much – moments that are often taken for granted, but are in fact little gems in the fabric of life 😀 Wishing you and your partner a great remainder of the week & happy weekend in your beautiful city ❤

    • Thank you Indah! I was happy to be there at the right moment, and capture a natural moment of tenderness between a mother & child. And I was lucky that the natural lighting was perfect 😀

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