Street Photography

New Orleans – contradictions and contrasts | INSPIRED EYE

Tyler Vance is a 65 year old documentary photographer living in Louisiana. He uses a Fuji XT-1 or X100t camera and practices grabbing shots without engaging the subject. My photography career began in high school, working for the local newspaper. In college I majored in Journalism, and worked for daily newspapers for several years. During the past fifteen years I have worked with Mary Ellen Mark at her workshops in Mexico. I have attended workshops with David Allen Harvey, Eugene Richards, Costa Manos and several other Magnum Agency photographers. For the past two years I’ve worked on documentary projects in the Mississippi Delta area with Magdalena Sole, who recently published the book, Delta Rising. Working in the newspaper business during the ’60’s and ’70’s crafted my visual approach to photographing people, and I love street shooting……..

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Fuji X-T1

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Las Vegas street photography with the Fuji X100t | Ian MacDonald

Many readers of this blog know that I lead a double life, working as a paramedic and as a photographer.   Recently I was asked if I could attend a conference on trauma care…. …in Las Vegas. Ummmmm….. ok! My time was going to be quite full during the conference, so I booked a few extra days for photography.  I have been testing the new Fujinon 35mm f/2 lens, but my Fuji X-T1 needs its sensor cleaned so I decided to travel ultra light with just my beloved Fuji X100t. I have two more posts coming up on photographing the Las Vegas strip at night, and on shooting the Freemont Street Experience.  For now though, let’s just have some fun and talk about shooting street photography on the Las Vegas strip…….

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Fuji X100T

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Chiang Mai – streets, food markets, people and spirituality |
Jakub Puchalski

Chiang Mai is a vibrant cultural center in Northern Thailand. The most charming part is its square-shaped old town, which is a mix of aging private villas, temples, small businesses, hotels and guesthouses, lovely cafés, restaurants and markets. Best to be explored on a bicycle that you can easily rent on any street. The best way to experience the city and meet its citizens is to join them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Most Thais do not cook at home. Instead they head to one of many food markets filled with food stalls to eat quick, cheap, hangout with friends or buy something for take away. Chiang Mai has some of the best and cheapest food around. The welcoming atmosphere in the city is created by its citizens. Kind and smiling people, who usually don’t avoid having a chat with a stranger…….

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Fuji X100T

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Why Fujifilm X100S is the best camera I’ve ever owned | Alex Coghe

Yes. I know this post will create debates. Expecially because my name has been connected for a long time to Leica, in particular to Leica X2, the only Leica I ever owned. But, yes, I consider Fujifilm X100S the best digital camera I’ve ever owned. And here I am to explain my reasons. The Fujifilm X100S has a fixed 23mm lens, which is the equivalent to a 35mm, my favourite focal lenght. The lens is fantastic because is a real pancake, this makes it perfect for a street photographer because we are talking about a non-detachable lens. The camera offers you an hybrid viewfinder and it is a camera focused on dials. The silent mode is another great feature for photographers in need to be inconspicuous when working in public places…….

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Fuji X100S

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The advantage of zone focusing | Robvisual

Out in the streets there are many situations were you have to act quick to get the photo you want without fiddling with too much settings. A simple technique is to use zone focusing. When you own a mirrorless camera like I do, it is simple as 1-2-3. After you set the camera to manual mode you notice a new scale on the bottom of the viewfinder……

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Fuji X-Pro1

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Berlin: The Photographs of Samuel Zeller – The Plus Paper | The Plus

Mesmerised by the striking aura of Berlin’s architecture, Swiss photographer Samuel Zeller has stunned us with his new series. Having studied Graphic Design & Interactive media design at the CFPAA in Geneva, Samuel’s passion for photography became an area where he could find beauty in even the coldest environments. Such an approach is blended into his Berlin series with a large touch of romance. This romance he harbours for Berlin is evident in his photographs. No one else would follow the city’s lines, corners and shadows with such fervour and lust and put them across with such dignified composition. And yet, this one is a love story tinged with the sorrows of heartbreak. He was struck by how his images clashed with his romantic memories: “Out of all the images I shot, the ones I selected are a bit cold. There’s nobody smiling or laughing,” he reflects. “It’s a completely different image of what I experienced there. I think I left the happy moments for my eyes and memory; sometimes I just enjoy and I don’t take pictures.” ……..

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Willem Jonkers Brings Awe Shooting Photos Of Streets With An
8mm Ultra Wide Lens | 121Clicks

Street Photography at an extreme crazy super wide angle, this is Willem Jonkers for us. In this interview he opens up about how he started looking wider with street photography and what makes it so much engaging and passionate hobby. Willem says that he first started with 23mm before settling with this 8mm and the results are just mind-blowing. I can tell you that shooting wide in street photography is not an easy game and with people inside your frame makes it much tougher. But here Willam Jonkers seems to make crafted his art and thoroughly enjoys his game. Take a look for yourself and get inspired……

Source: 121clicks.com
 


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Postcards from Venice | David duChemin

Ciao from Venice! I shared this last week with 3 new friends in Venice, all here to do the first in what is, for me, a new kind of workshop. With just three students, all here to see Venice, of course, but also to work on a very specific body of work, it was a very intimate workshop. The week was full of discovery, great meals, much laughter, and – so rewarding – the chance to see new work from these three photographers that, at least to my eye, represents a huge leap forward in the way they approached their photography and their creativity. What an honour and a thrill to participate in that with them……

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Street Photography in Mailand mit Fujifilm XF 27mm | Feyzi Demirel

Ziemlich genau um diese Zeit, vor einem Jahr, war ich für ich einen kurzen Shopping-Trip in Mailand (Italien). Natürlich, wie sollte es auch anders sein, war ich, zum chronischen Leidwesen meiner Frau, mit meiner Kamera im Gepäck unterwegs und konnte einige Fotos machen. Viele Monate später bin ich auch endlich dazugekommen diese Fotos zu sichten und nun auch zu präsentieren. Normalerweise klappt dies durchaus schneller, aber die Prioritäten waren dieses Jahr definitiv an anderen Stellen höher. Ich würde heute mal die Chance nutzen wollen, einiges zu der Stadt zu sagen und gerne auch zu meiner damaligen Ausrüstung. Diese bestand damals aus dem Fujifilm X-E2 in Kombination mit dem Xf 10-24mm und dem Xf 27mm F2.8. Zu den beiden Erstgenannten habe ich in der Vergangenheit schon viel gesagt, so dass ich hier mal gerne etwas über das Xf 27mm berichten möchte. Aber erst mal zur Stadt…….

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Fujifilm Fujinon XF 27mm F2.8

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Why choose Black and White in Street Photography? |
Street Photography London

Marius Vieth:

First of all, black and white is special, because it offers a fundamentally different visual perception of life. In case your photoreceptor cells aren’t completely dysfunctional, it’s exciting! If that wasn’t enough, you are simply holding a different pen when you are writing your photographic stories. The lack of colors and reduction to shades of black and white instantly underlines the depths of a photo – as long as it has depth. Third, black and white helps to highlight certain elements of your visual language such as textures, structures, shadows and light. Besides that, it shifts the focus to natural contrasts, which is one of the most important aspects of any great photo or painting. One more reason to to love black and white is that it helps to understand the incredible power of reduction in photography…….

Source: www.streetphotographylondon.co.uk

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