I’m based in Berlin, for commissions or prints, please get in touch: contact at klarayoon dot com
Great stuff, inspiring.
I really enjoy your work!
I started street photography in recent days, that’s amazing
I really love your blog. Would you mind if I replicated an image on my blog, credited of course?
Sure, go ahead, just set a link. Thanks!
Great Blog, Great Photography:)
I loved the way you have captured the street… as the pictures proceed they show how your passion increases… amazing!!! i bought a new Sony camera sometime back… but haven’t found time to explore it… any tips for starting afresh and doing the crazy stuff like yours?
is really nice click
and every photo say something
Excellent photos – keep up the good work. Wild Kiwi.
Your photo’s are quite fabulous
consider myself a fan
looking forward to seeing even more
keep up the great work
I love your work. It inspired me!
Really impressed by your year of street. I’ve just added you as a recommended blog on my page.
Thanks, that’s pretty awesome!
Thanks everyone for the comments and the encouragement! It means a lot. Cheers, Klara.
Wonderful! I especially like the alley shot with the person and umbrella and bags! Do you sell your prints? I seriously really like that one a lot.
Hi Mary, I’d be happy to send you a print. Just shoot me an email: klaras.street at gmail, I’m sure we can work something out. Cheers!
Beautiful images – thanks for posting!
It struck me strange but intriguing. It feels like you are trying to tell a story but it seems unfinished…
Dear Klara, I’m responsible of my departement’s blog , and it happens to be a mechanical engineering department. When you’re a student at the Lebanese university’s faculty of engineering, you barely have time to create a blog, set aside keep updating it with convenient images! I am saying this because two of your pics somehow rreflect an engineering view, or insight, so I copied them to our blog, hoping you dont mind. Of course I mentionned their source; however if you do mind, I will definitely remove them.
May I mention that you are an unbelievingly talented photographer?
your engineering friend .
P.S. Lebanon is a tiny midlle-east country, you might not find it on the map, but it has a capital called Beyrouth , that was destroyed several times by earthquakes, and was rebuild each time…it would definitely make an incredible set for your photos..you should come check by urself
Thanks man! Would really travel to Lebanon some day, I’ve never been to the Middle East, Beirout must be an incredible backdrop to shoot street. And no worries about using my pictures, just set a link back to this page. Cheers from Berlin!
Klara, you blog is by far and away the best wordpress site I’ve come across this year. Keep it going, great photos. Happy New Year.
(fellow Rolleiflex and film user!)
Dear Klara, your photo blog was a refreshing and inspiring discovery this morning, Jan 1, 2012! I haven’t thought of doing black and white! Good Eye and Imagination and Detemination, Klara!
I love your work, The fact that you capture a beautiful moment and you appreciate it is what I love most. Some inspiring stuff!!
http://jetmiredvorani.wordpress.com/photography/ please check out my photography and comment on what you think, would really like some feed back.
Klara, I’m posting your blog on mine as one of my favorites.
You are on my blog roll.
My brother sent me the link to your site and its already brightened my first day back in work!
You’ve captured some fascinating images, keep them coming I’ll be checking back regularly!
Thanks for sharing them with us – Min
Simple and honest, keep doing it
Superb photography! there’s this “Versatile Blogger Award” being passed on along wordpress blogs. I’ve just received on and now I’m passing it on to you: http://poetry.xyldrae.com/2012/01/04/the-versatile-blogger-award/ hope you appreciate it as much as I did.
How did you get so comfortable shooting people/strangers?
It’s normal to feel uncomfortable at the beginning, I felt very uncomfotable, but it went away, the more I shot. It helps to think that you’re not doing something illegal or secret, rather try to think that you’re out there to capture something beautiful and human. If somebody asks, be open about what you do, explain it and/or give them your card. Also, it helps to start with a normal focal length before going wide, I started out with a 50mm and then moved to 35mm, sometimes 28mm. I hope this helps, let me know if you have any more questions. Thanks and cheers!
I’m using 28mm with the Ricoh GRD series. At first it was weird and I was dong lots of backs etc but I’ve noticed myself getting braver and taking face on shots on the tube. I’m not aggressive and have my camera out all the time so it’s not sneaky, nobody has said anything to me yet. It’s easy in very busy places like the London Underground and Oxford Street as well as major railway stations as people just think you are standing around waiting for somebody like they are.
Moin vom Main,
als Frankfurter kenn ich die meissten dieser Locations und dein “Street/People” gefällt mir gut . Mach selbst auch einiges an Street in und um “Mainhattan”
Just discovered your blog… wonderful stuff. I shall be watching and reading regularly!
I love your stuff. I’ve just got into street photography and am trying to improve. It’s nice to see other female street photographers because it feels a little male dominated from forums and flickr etc.
You’re right, we should shake up the whole street shooting scene a bit.
Fantastic place this blog…you get the force…compliments …Andrea
Would you PLEASE consider joining Twitter? We’re admiring your pictures over there and it would be great to have you among us.
A streettog account of 2011 in film. I'm in love with her photos! klarayoon.wordpress.com/2011/12/26/my-…— (@theanalogdork) March 01, 2012
is that richard-sorge-strasse?
You mean the header? It’s Ubahn Hallesches Tor.
Hey, I love your work! Thanks so much for sharing it with all of us. I am wondering, do you find that being in Europe makes Street Photography easier? You have cobbled streets, old cool cafe’s, great eateries, etc. It just seems to lend itself to not only Black and White, but to street photography. Here in the U.S. most of our “Cities” are little more than long strands of Strip Malls that have been thrown up overnight and are just boxes of ugly. I need to find an old small town with character and try taking more pictures. We just have literally way to much ugly in the states.
I love browsing your pictures, they are filled with such warmth. Keep it up
Wauw, you have some really beautiful pictures! Keep up the good work!
you capture the secrets of street I LIKED
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