One of the reasons for this trip was Fujifilm photographers wedding photography conference in Bath, put on by my good friend, Kevin Mullins. I’ve known Kevin for three years, and was one of my earliest Fujifilm documentary wedding photographers who inspired me. We arrived in Bath the day before the conference so we could do some street photography and meet up with fellow conference goers. More pub time that day than I had been used to in a while, lol. But it was a blast! Steve and Sam took me on a scenic route to Bath. What a lovely historic city, and I hope you enjoy this Bath, England street photography!
I was sitting at an outdoor patio table with my friends at the Bath Brewhouse and noticed the way the sun and shadow hit this wall mounted lamp. Finally decided to take the photo.
This garage was across the alley from our Airbnb we stayed at on top of this steep hill. The view was so nice, more hilly than most of England that I’ve seen. I just grabbed a few on the way to the conference that morning. It’s a good thing Steve and Sam were there to keep me focused or I’d have wandered off. No worries though, I got to do that the next morning.
Inherently, my first instinct is to go black and white for this architecture. But as my friend said, color shows the patina and texture in these buildings.
Some slight shutter drag to emphasize the motion of this older man, and capture different dimensions.
The Abbey in Bath.
During the conference, I left site for the coffee break they provided, which was a good plan. Getting some exercise helped me stay better focused for the remaining speakers. This was the view by the hotel, of the Avon River.
After the conference. a group of us went back to the Brew House, which didn’t hurt my feelings at all. The sun was setting as we approached the Brew house!
One of my friends from the conference was on crutches from a knee injury. His unusual sense of humor would no doubt appreciate this.
The rest of the Bath, England street photography is from the next morning before going back to Oxford with Steve and Sam. It was interesting to see how the conference inspired my street photography, which in turn, inspires my wedding photography.
This theme was people working, and me documenting it. It wasn’t planned, just what was available. So, I took it.
This was the Roman Bath House, which is a major tourist attraction. Though it’s been a hundred years since used, there is a lot of history there.
I hope you’ve enjoyed this Bath, England street photography. Next up, more from Oxford, soon.