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Stunning Nighttime Street Photography With 150 Megapixel Medium Format Camera

[ad_1] Stunning Nighttime Street Photography With 150 Megapixel Medium Format Camera Medium format and street photography are two terms that turn me giddy, so any combination of the two is warmly welcome. Though this is taking the medium format part a bit further than most have! If I had to pinpoint moments in my career that I have been completely in love with photography while shooting, I’ve been lucky enough that I can name a few. One which makes that […]

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Street Photographer and Fashion Photographer Show the Future of Collaboration

[ad_1] Street Photographer and Fashion Photographer Show the Future of Collaboration The art of photography can mean a lot of different things but no matter what it means to you, the fact is that what we know as photography is the product of an endless journey of experimentation from artists all over the world. To help celebrate that constant experimentation and pushing of photographic boundaries, Leica Galerie Singapore has brought together two genres that do not necessarily have a historical […]

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A Beginner’s Guide To Street Photography and Portraits of Strangers

[ad_1] A Beginner’s Guide To Street Photography and Portraits of Strangers Street photography — particularly street portraiture — is such an engaging and appealing genre to view, but taking the images is somewhat harder for a number of reasons. Here is a beginner’s guide for those photographers interested in hitting the streets with their camera. Not long after I’d bought my first camera I joined a reasonably early iteration of Flickr. While I did occasionally upload my underwhelming images, I […]

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Street Photography Is a Different World at Extreme Focal Lengths

[ad_1] Street Photography Is a Different World at Extreme Focal Lengths When you think of street photography, you probably think of fairly standard focal lengths — normally a 35mm or 50mm lens — or maybe a 24mm for a bit of a more unusual perspective. Of course, that does not mean you have to use those focal lengths. This neat video follows a photographer as he heads out to shoot with extremely long focal lengths and shows the unique perspectives […]

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This Street View Hyperlapse Is The Coolest Thing You Will See This Month

[ad_1] This Street View Hyperlapse Is The Coolest Thing You Will See This Month Yes, that is a bold claim, but hear me out. Sometimes something so creative yet so painfully simple comes along and just blows me away. This timelapse/hyperlapse video created using Google Street View is just one of those things. My mouth was agape the entire time I was watching this. Teehan+Lax Labs created this project by recording Google Street View movements all over the world and […]

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13 Street Photography Mistakes

[ad_1] 13 Street Photography Mistakes One of the things that I like about street photography is that you never really know what you’re going to see. You set out with some form of a plan, but that is often interrupted by things you see or things that happen. I wouldn’t say that I’ve shot a lot of street photography, but when I have, I’ve always enjoyed the time out more than I thought I would. For me, “the decisive moment” […]

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10 of the Best Moody and Dark Street Photographers on Instagram

[ad_1] 10 of the Best Moody and Dark Street Photographers on Instagram My love for street photography pre-dates my time as a photographer. But one thread that runs between all my favorite street photographers is a characteristically dark and moody aesthetic. Here are my top 10 to follow. This will be the second time in a week I’ve mentioned this photographer, but he is without question one of my favorites, street photography or otherwise: Fan Ho was a Chinese photographer, film […]

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Leica Street Photography Photo Challenge

[ad_1] Leica Street Photography Photo Challenge We’ve all become accustomed to reviewing the LCD after capturing an image, but what happens when a digital shooter loses that ability? Love it or hate it, Leica has brought back “the joy of anticipation of waiting to see how your pictures turn out”, and one photographer recently challenged himself to see what he could capture, all while not being able to review his images. Coming to you from Jared Polin, this video challenge […]

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Adapting This Huge Lens To a Canon Mirrorless for Street Portraiture

[ad_1] Adapting This Huge Lens To a Canon Mirrorless for Street Portraiture If you like unusual camera gear, then this might be of interest to you. Not long after I took up photography, I started buying vintage lenses and adapting them to my digital bodies. Part of the reason for this is that I wanted to try lots of new equipment in something that was fast becoming my passion and it was the cheapest route, but there was more to […]

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Confront Your Fear: How to Shoot Portraits of Strangers on the Street

[ad_1] Confront Your Fear: How to Shoot Portraits of Strangers on the Street Approaching people on the street for photographs can seem incredibly uncomfortable, but as this short video proves, overcoming that fear and creating portraits of complete strangers can be incredibly satisfying and make for some fantastic images. Personally, I find the prospect of wandering the streets approaching people at random a little intimidating, but these tips from photographers Jamie Windsor and Pablo Strong show how deploying a few simple […]

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