From the street is a an image only category. You can see the rest of the images here.
I always wanted to create a slideshow of my images but never put an effort to create an actual one. Since now I am focusing more on creating content, I finally created one.
I have been always inspired by movies. And one thing I do while walking on the streets is to look for people, scenes or gestures which seem to be straight out of a movie scene. I always want my images to look like a screen grab from a movie. And I am particularly drawn to things which have an element of drama or mystery to it. Continue reading “One Shot Volume 1 – a street photography slideshow”
A few days back, I was talking to a fellow photographer who was looking to get a compact body to shoot on the streets. He was considering an X100T or a more compact body like Fujifilm’s X70 or Ricoh’s GRII. And since I use both the cameras from Fujifilm and also shoot on the streets, he asked me about my experience and preference.
With the launch of X100F, the price of X100T is coming down to a range where getting a used X100T won’t require a significant more investment than an X70. And many are asking the same question. So, I thought I will write my experience with these two cameras. Both the cameras are old in terms of camera years and have been reviewed and compared by far more knowledgeable people. So instead of looking at the features, underlying technology (not much difference anyway), ergonomics and on location experience, I want to focus on how these cameras require a completely different approach. A critical yet often underrated factor. Continue reading “Fujifilm X70 or X100T – which camera for street photography”