ondon Street photographer, Gagan Sadana, states, “One cannot be trained to be a street photographer. You surely need to have an eye for detail and finding something worth telling through a picture, even in the mundane day-to-day things.” Sadana lives his words. His street images are real, they are compelling… they are mirrors reflecting life in the streets of London. Gagan’s natural feel for great frames is surpassed only by his brilliant use of strong contrast. Mono has never looked better.
I am an IT consultant based in the UK. I started my photography journey 3 years ago after I picked up my first DSLR camera. I ventured into street photography inspired by Thomas Leuthard's work and since then have been passionately pursuing this genre. I am a member of the Street Photography London Collective, which is comprised of some of London's best contemporary street photographers as well as up-and-coming ones. Gagan Sadana
WSP: Describe your photographic style. How did you develop your style?
GS: My photographs usually have a single subject and strong contrast. My first year of street photography was spent learning what I really liked to shoot. With so many styles of street photography, trying on each different style was a learning process. At that time I was also developing my own style and trying to understanding how I could best show my way of viewing things. After a year of shooting and experimenting, I decided on predominantly black & white.