Any time you mention Leica the Leica haters show up to let everyone know how terrible these cameras are and why nobody in their right mind should ever buy one! Who are these people and why do they hate Leica so much? Hit the jump for all the answers!
Zone focusing is one of the most powerful tools for street photographers looking for the “decisive moment”. It’s easy to do with true manual focus lenses but a bit of a challenge with an AF camera like the X100V. My 8 minute workshop will get you through the tricky parts! Hit the jump for the video workshop!
I’ve been shooting for over 30 years and at this point in my life I can afford just about any camera I like. So why am I still shooting with a humble little X100V for street photography? This little camera has a lot going for it but there’s one thing that has me hooked! Hit the jump to read all about it!
One of the best parts of running this site is that I get to meet all kinds of street photographers from around the world. Some are the big name Magnum types that everyone has heard of but I also enjoy talking to everyday folks like you and me that are drawn to shooting on the street. We The Street is a new series dedicated to sharing these stories. Hit the jump to watch Episode #3!
I’ve been shooting with the Ricoh GR III for the past few months and I can tell you it definitley lives up to the hype. It’s small, stealthy and produces amazing images but is this the ultimate street photography camera? My Ricoh GR III street photography review has the answer. Hit the jump for more!
Every street photographer has their favorite focal length lens. Bresson shot with 50mm, Alex Webb is a 35mm guy and Winnogrand was fond of 28mm. I’m normally a 35mm shooter but when the Fuji 16mm f2.8 was announced I couldn’t wait to give it a try! Is this going to be your next street photography lens? Hit the jump for my Fuji 16mm f2.8 street photography review to find out!