Archive for July, 2012

where you goin’ with that gun of your hand
Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Hey Joe, where you goin’ with that gun of your hand
Hey Joe, I said where you goin’ with that gun in your hand, oh
I’m goin’ down to shoot my old lady
You know I caught her messin’ ’round with another man
Yeah, I’m goin’ down to shoot my old lady
You know I caught her messin’ ’round with another man
Huh! and that ain’t cool
Huh hey hoe, I heard you shot your mamma down
You shot her down now
Hey Joe, I heard you shot your lady down
You shot her down in the ground yeah!
Yeah!
Yes, I did, I shot her
You know I caught her messin’ round messin’ round town
Huh, yes I did I shot her
You know I caught my old lady messin’ ’round town
And I gave her the gun
And I shot her
Alright
Shoot her one more time again baby!
Yeah!
Oh dig it
Oh alright
Hey Joe,
Where you gonna run to now where you gonna go
Hey Joe, I said
Where you gonna run to now where you gonna go
I’m goin’ way down south
Way down to mexico way
Alright
I’m goin’ way down South
Way down where I can be free
Ain’t no one gonna find me
Ain’t no hang-man gonna
He ain’t gonna put a rope around me
You better believe it right now
I gotta go now
Hey, Joe
You better run on down
Goodbye everybody
Hey, hey Joe…

Dog walking
Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Push for fun
Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Talk to the hand…
Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

In a way, street photography is an approach, it’s the way the photographer sees and feel things and how he reacts to the things he sees in front of him.The street photographer’s work is very much influenced by the photographer’s education, cultural and society surroundings in which he was raised and lives in and his life experience in almost every aspects of life. ┬áIn return, the photography also starts to influence the photographer. He starts to see the world as a photo book. Influences blend back and forth to a point of a blur, to a point where the photographer and his photography become one. At this point the photographer’s unique style is born.

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler