Downtown Dallas street photography focuses on capturing the people and buildings of the Texas city. These photos are from my photo walks through downtown Dallas during the month of November in 2007.
I love going on walks and have been doing it my whole life. Lately, I’ve really been getting into street photography, it keeps me moving, outdoors, and interacting with my environment. Periodically, I go to downtown Dallas and take photos of anyone and anything I find interesting.
Even though Dallas is nothing like New York or Chicago, there are still a lot of interesting moments and scenes to capture in Dallas if you look carefully enough. Sometimes an entire evening of walking around the city will give me a few good photos. But I’m in Dallas and I really want to become a good street photographer and this is the best place for me to do it regularly.
I primarily focus on downtown since most other areas of the city aren’t was interesting except Deep Ellum, which I also photograph occasionally.
Here’s the photos from my recent visit there:
Could you tell me the name of the restaurant pictured with the Coors Light and Seafood signs? Or what street it’s located in? Really cool pic btw. Thank you!
Hello Leslie, thank you! It was a restaurant called Landry’s Seafood on 301 N Market St in the West End of downtown Dallas. Unfortunately, though, they closed that restaurant several years ago and now it’s just an empty space that’s for sale or lease.
Thank you so much! I appreciate the info.