Fuji took the photography world by storm when they announced the GFX. This 51.4 megapixel medium format shooter looked like a dream come true but a lot of photographers wondered if such a large camera could work as a street shooter? That’s where I come in! Hit the jump for my Fuji GFX street photography review!
The Fuji X-E3 uses the same X-Trans 3 sensor and lenses as the company’s flagship X-Pro2 or X-T2 so you’re going to get the same picture quality. Wait, if that’s the case then why would anyone buy a flagship camera? Let’s have a quick look at the Fuji XE3 and see what makes this little guy shine. Hit the jump for the video and full breakdown!
Rinzi Ruiz discovered his passion for street photography on the cavernous streets of downtown Los Angeles. I met up with Rinzi on my recent trip to LA trip and had a great time exploring the city and getting some insight into what makes Rinzi tick as a photographer. Hit the jump for the video and some epic shots from one of LA’s most dedicated street photographers!
The Ricoh GR II is the latest in a long line of street photography cameras and it enjoys an almost legendary status among street photographers. I shot the West Hollywood Halloween Carnaval with this little wonder cam and I’ve got a few things to say about it. Hit the jump for the full Ricoh GR II street photography review!
Larry Towell spent the last 4 years photographing the restoration of Union Station (Toronto’s version of Grand Central Station) and the work is finally ready to be seen. I got to chat with Larry at the opening of his show at the Stephen Bulger Gallery in Toronto and we discussed his process as a photographer plus his personal definition of street photography. Check out the video after the jump!
A firmware update is now available for all current Fuji X-Series camera bodies. The new firmware addresses the behavior where the focus point would shift if you half-pressed the shutter repeatedly in manual focus mode and is available for X100F, X-Pro2, X-T2 and X-T20 cameras. Hit the jump for the links!
Gay Pride Day can be a wonderful opportunity for street photographers as thousands of people coming together for a tremendous celebration of the life and spirit of the gay community. I’ve been shooting Toronto Pride for several years but my decision to shoot flash at this year’s celebration presented a whole new set of challenges. Hit the jump for 10 things I learned shooting flash street photography at Toronto Pride.
The StreetFoto San Francisco 2017 street photography festival just wrapped up and they’ve announced the winners of their international photography awards. Winners and runners up were selected in the single image, series, mobile street photography and the Streets of San Francisco categories. Hit the jump to see all the StreetFoto 2017 winning images!
You’ve heard the quote a thousand times. “If your pictures aren’t good enough, then you’re not close enough.” But what exactly did Robert Capa mean? 70 Magnum photographers tackle this question in the latest Magnum Square Print Sale and the results are both insightful and inspiring. Hit the jump for my personal selection from the latest Magnum Square Print Sale!