Street Photography

The best Street Photography Cameras (&why) | Olivier Duong

While I firmly believe that the BEST camera is the one you love, some cameras are designed with street photography in mind and simply make the task easier. Instead of replying to the same emails, here’s  what I believe are the best street photography cameras & why. Any camera can be a street photography camera, but like I said above some are better than others at this task. Let me get into what to look for before diving into specific recommendations……
 
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Fuji X100T

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Toronto’s Graffiti Alley with the X100T | Alan Bulley

Fewer words this time and more pictures. Pictures of Toronto’s Graffiti Alley taken with the Fujifilm X100T, that is. I’m still in the honeymoon period with the camera so you should expect me to mention it on here… a lot. Torontonians are probably tired of seeing pictures from this stretch of brick and concrete near Queen and Spadina but it’s still an attraction for rubes like me who live in towns that don’t have alleys. Or electricity. Or indoor plumbing. (Just checking to see who’s still reading at this point. And no, I didn’t bump into Rick Mercer on a rant. Too bad.) Some of the art might not be worthy of the name, but there are many beautiful pieces that show a high degree of skill. And rather than let every square centimetre of their city be covered in eyesores, Toronto’s alley is a creative solution: a huge canvas for spray-can artists and an outdoor gallery where the rest of us can enjoy their work…….

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Fuji X100T

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Paris Outre | Jonas Rask

We went, we saw, we lived! This post is about Paris.  I already wrote a small essay over at x100c.com (If you haven’t seen it, go check it out), but those images were only taken using the Fujifilm X100T as is the definition of our little x100c-collective. I did also bring my other Fujifilm gear (and some Leicas as well) so I thought it would be fitting to show both my chosen X100T images as well as  some images from my X-T1. Paris is such a gorgeous city, and it really gets under your skin. I have been there many times, but each time I feel it enriches my life just a tad more….

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Fuji X100T

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Master your camera: Set up your Fujifilm X-T1 for street photography |
Amateur Photographer

I’m what you’d call a candid street photographer. I don’t, generally, shoot people when they know I’m looking at them. Funnily enough, my main line of work is shooting events, where I’m always talking to people, interacting, getting them to pose in a certain way; but on the street it’s the complete opposite – I don’t talk, don’t make eye contact, nothing. The Fujifilm X-T1 is perfect for that because of three key factors: the tilting screen, its speedy shooting, and its small size. People don’t recognise it as a professional-looking camera, which makes it especially perfect for the kind of photography I like to do. The Fujifilm X-T1 is a CSC, meaning I have to choose which lenses I’m going to take with me. I’ve had the 35mm f/1.4 lens attached to the front of my camera for a long time, and it’s a fine street photography lens, but I’d also like to say a word for the 16mm f/1.4……

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Fuji X-T1

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A journey to Marrakesh | Jesper Storgaard Jensen

I’m Danish, born in 1964, and have been living in Rome since 1997. I have always loved writing and at a certain point, after my arrival in Rome, I started to collaborate with magazines producing travel articles. It was from this that the Danish Daily wanted to publish a travel article of mine from an Italian island. Unfortunately the PR-photos were of a too poor quality. In other words, I had to do the photos myself. This is when I purchased my first ever 5-mega-pixel camera. That was back in 2003, and since then, my interest in photography has been steadily increasing. I had been working for the Danish Embassy in Rome for ten years, but in 2009 I took the jump to become a full time freelance journalist and photographer shooting travel, culture, food & wine and interviews. Everything with my own imagery. We – a total of eight persons – were doing a 7 day on-the-road-trip round Morocco, two days of which were spent in Marrakesh. As I needed to travel light, I packed only my Fuji gear – Fuji X-E2, the 18-55mm kit lens and the 35 mm lens for portraits & food. I must say that I find this a excellent combination and the overall weight is significantly reduced compared to DSLR gear…….

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Fuji X-E2

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Mirrorless Magic | Patrice Michellon

French photographer, Patrice Michellon, talks about his switch to mirrorless cameras and shares how he combines Replichrome and the Fuji X Series cameras to make mirrorless magic. Tell us about yourself, both personally and professionally. How long have you been making photos? How did you get started? I’m French and German and I live in Paris, although I probably spend 1/3 of the year outside of France for business reasons (which have absolutely nothing to do with photography). I discovered photography with the introduction of digital cameras and only really started to take it more seriously in 2012. A friend of mine saw some of my pictures and asked me to shoot his wedding. Since then it’s been like a drug; there’s not a single day without thinking, reading, discovering and talking about photography……..

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Fuji X-T1

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Day out with two X-T10s in Liverpool | Matthew Hart

Today I decided to have a few hours in Liverpool out on the streets to see what I could find. I went out with a pair of Fujifilm X-T10s, is the first time I have been out with a pair of matching cameras for quite a while.  I had to decide on what lenses to take as I have had the 35mm f/1.4 bolted to my X-T1 for ages but I wanted to go wider. I did put the 16mm f/1.4 on to start with but I decided I wanted something smaller and lighter on the X-T10 so went for the 18mm f/2  for one body and the 60mm F/2.4 for the other body.  I don’t think the 60mm has as much reach as I need so can’t wait to get my hands on the new 90mm f/2……

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Fujifilm X-T10

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Street photography with the Fuji X100T | William Lonsdale

Opinions on what is real street photography are wide and varied ranging from they can only be of people, only be candid, only using prime lenses, only without a flash. It’s such a bone of contention but you get the idea. Myself, I’ll simply say that if your outdoors on a street (or built up area) and you’ve taken a photo I’m happy to let it slide. The thing is, photography is a subjective area and no matter what you’re discussing there will always be a dozen opinions. I’m not even going to approach the question of; Is photography an art form? (many believe it’s not). So now I’ve got that out of the way, I went out into one of the local towns with my Fuji X100T to do some street photography. I had a remit, which was ‚Dark & Gloomy‘ and hit the streets. I got some average sort of images but it wasn’t about getting that elusive ‚the image‘ (although I’d have been pleased if that had happened) it was about getting out there with camera in hand, exploring and capturing something……..

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Fuji X100T

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In Penang | Flemming Bo Jensen

We spent the first three weeks of July on the island of Penang in Malaysia. Charlene and I may fly a fair bit, but these three weeks were really the first time in all of 2015 that we traveled somewhere not to go on a business trip to do lots of photography, promotion and website work. This was our time, we got to hang out, to shoot, write, chill, walk around and relax a bit and have some much needed time for ourselves. A little holiday. We stayed in the world heritage protected Georgetown (the Cintra Heritage House gets my highest recommendation!). Walking around Georgetown is brilliant, the historical houses have been beautifully preserved and turned into great guest houses and cafes where we often ended up spending half a day sipping Tea or Penang White Coffee and writing or reading. The food is spectacular. It is a fascinating melting pot of many different cultures and people, and it is totally safe and you can walk everywhere. Penang gets it perfectly right, I highly recommend it……

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Fuji X-T1

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10 Tips For Shooting On The Streets | Jan Schwarz

Mirrorless cameras are just perfect for candid urban photography. They’re smaller and lighter but at the same time just as capable as their big DSLR brethren. I love shooting with my X-T1 when I’m out and about and I know for a fact that I’m not alone with that opinion. Here are 10 little tips that may help you when you’re out there on the streets! Some are meant more specifically for the X-T1 but most of them work just as well with other cameras of course. 1. Set viewmode to „EVF only“. The last thing you want is your camera’s bright screen to draw everyone’s attention when it’s getting dark outside. The button on the right side of the viewfinder bump on the X-T1 – appropriately labelled „viewmode“ – cycles through the different options here. „EVF only“ keeps the screen turned off while the viewfinder stays on all the time, which not only is less eye-catching but also a lot quicker to use, because the eye sensor always takes a little moment to turn on the EVF………

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Fuji X-T1

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