At around the age of 5 or 6 my father made me aware that people wanted to kill us.
The Nikon D610 is a very affordable all rounder that actually had too many features for the price. Most likely an knee jerk solution to the reputation risk the D600 shutter problem thrust on Nikon. There is a bit of an ego involved with owning a camera, at least for many. The problem is that
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I still believe that street photography is a near perfect training ground for event photography, with one significant exception. For street we tend to choose a single focal length; but for paid work, based on last years experience, one needs a zoom. Event Gollum Time… Well it was that time of year again. The annual
Bokeh, over softened backgrounds and flash can be great with portraits, flowers and other subject oriented imagery. For street photography the background is often an essential part of the image by providing the context for the story.
So many of todays camera systems are excellent in terms of sensor and optical quality. Why we choose one camera over another is important, so I thought I would share my thoughts and experiences.
The one thing I have noticed about my most satisfying images is that the thought process made a difference.
If the indifference to people is a disturbing concept to you, then you already find yourself leaning towards a more humanist approach for street photography. I argue you should go with it, not fight it.
"think about what you want social media to be as far as your photography is concerned & think about what your photography is for" is good advice...