11 April 2012

Paris: Street Life Photography





Images by David of Nyanzi Report. First image was taken last October at PFW. Second and third images were taken at PFW March 2012. Drawing with light: The camera recalls a moment in time, and engraves it on the marble of memory for our friends, our children and grandchildren.


Photography. The word stems from the Greek words photos ("light") and graphein ("to draw") as documented by the scientist Sir John F.W. Herschel in 1839 in a lecture at the Royal Society in London, England. It is widely believed that Herschel made the word "Photography" as popular as an alphabet tablet. The first photograph was taken in 1827 by Joseph Nicephore Niepce with a camera obscura. Prior to 1827 the camera was only used for drawing or viewing.

Most of you are already aquainted with the street-style blog, the Nyanzi Report. Mr David Nyanzi photographs the esthetic of street-style life. He is such a talented photographer with a sensual, fluid approach with the camera. We invite you to visit the Nyanzi Report for more on street-style photography. To visit David's blog. Click HERE

45 comments:

  1. The colorful turban is great.

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  2. Adore that first photo..the colours thrill the eyes, as does your enchanting smile in the last one..wonderful. And the middle - like a spring day in the country side..always a beautiful flower you are!! ; )

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  3. Love all 3 of these - carribean sunshine in Paris ...

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  4. Girls on film! I love the last photo where you are laughing. That's a great shot!

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  5. I love your outfits. So beautiful. I love looking at street photography. Ahhhh Paris!
    http://www.averysweetblog.com/

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  6. You are so vivacious! Goodness. You just ooze style.

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  7. Gorgeous pictures loving all the head pieceses

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  8. her style does carry the essence of a muslim lady ,elegance with an attitude

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  9. ..very inspirational pictures , love the outfit with white tights !

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  10. Such a charming floral skirt, and those bold colours are stunning as you are dear. I haven't seen an image of David's that's not amazing. Great talent. :)

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  11. Great photos!

    http://foodfashionandflow.blogspot.com/

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  12. Love the picture with the colored turban. Lovely photographs.

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  13. Amazing looks!
    Love the Nyanzi Report, too!

    xoxox,
    CC

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  14. Lovely pictures! Love the turban, wish I cud try that some day...

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  15. You are as beautiful as always - I especially love that stunning necklace and the floral skirt. Sarah xxx

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  16. Absolutely LOVE the last picture - the smile/laugh is infectious. Gorgeous! :)

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  17. Love this photos! So stylish! and the turban....oh yes!!!

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  18. Great images. He is good isn't he. I just love photography Xxxx

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  19. and of course you are gorgeous as always. Xxxx

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  20. These photos captured such great style! Love, your commentary about photos, too.

    Thanks much for the comment you left me. Really, the smile of the day!

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  21. These are gorgeous! You look incredible and he is such a talented photographer. Just lovely :) xoxo

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  22. amazing style!!!

    http://sushmita-smile.blogspot.in/

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  23. ohh I love the colorful turbans!

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  24. Amazing, indeed:) I love those photos! Have a wonderful evening, my dear. Muah

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  25. Beautiful pictures - the style is amazing and also cannot wait to check out his street style blog! I have heard before where to word photography comes from, but nevertheless is still very interesting!

    I am now following your beautiful blog!

    Hailes<3

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  26. All the pictures are stylish. I see from the comments that the colorful turban is a fave. I like it too. You are one chic lady;-)

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  27. You have such a great smile in the last picture and always have the best turbans!

    xoxo,
    Chic 'n Cheap Living

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  28. David is the king of the detail shot - love his site and he captured you so very well - have a very good weekend xx

    http://fashionandfrank.blogspot.co.uk/

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  29. i love his blog...haven't stoppped by in a bit

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  30. love these pictures! so fun! also i didn't every think of photography broken down that way. it's a nice way to look forward to the weekend, which i want so spend with my camera and family :)

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  31. What a perfect combination... You're such a gorgeous model, B - and David has really grown into his own. xo

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  32. Absolutely adore these outfits, especially the outfit in the 2nd photo. So sophisticated and ladylike...just my style. You always inspire!

    x
    Rachel

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  33. I'm with the crowd. That top photo is just gorgeous - the turban and the necklace and you:).

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  34. Always so chic. In presence and words.

    The artwork you asked about really is made by yours truly;)

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  35. That first picture -- the turban, the necklace -- LOVE!

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  36. I love D. Nyanzi's photo of you above! It's exactly that combination of light and color (painting) that defines the photographic image. I can see the photographer was inspired by the subject!

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  37. Beautiful portraits! David has such a great eye to capture the most amazing details and people.

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  38. i have a major love on the turban on the first picture! ;D I love your blog, all contents are amazing <3

    follow me if you love to, and i’ll follow you back :)

    http://mithakomala.blogspot.com/

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  39. These photos re stunning - I lvoe the first one especially - such a great captured moment.

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  40. Beautiful beautiful beautiful pictures!!!! The second one is exquisite!!<3
    xoxo
    Jelena

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  41. You look fabulous and incredibly happy! Lovely photo!

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