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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny Thakur
    Basically, its capturing moments you see everyday. Moment that you wouldnt normally capture. A lost kid in a supermarket, a couple fighting, a bum with a guitar on the street. Basically being there when IT happens and not attracting too much attention.
    sir, thanks a lot! you've just answered something that has had me wondering for the longest time! now im more encouraged to shoot street, knowing what to look for.

    being the landscape lover...i kind of put the same mentality when i tried to shoot street once. it was wrong pala.

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    Landscape photographer? hehe, Chris might be a tad bit harsh when it comes to that field, he's quite narrowminded with other fields of photography. I'll link you guys to his article "Street Photography for the Purist"

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    Follow this link http://www.deviantart.com/deviation/38038974/ and then click on download on the left 10MB with a LOT of info and a guide on the equipment he uses (VERY EXPENSIVE STUFF)

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    love the street.... so much to see.. so much to capture.. so much to learn..

    my share..








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    @levi

    ganda!!!

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    There we go
    Great shots without having any of the subjects looking at you
    good work sir

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    thanks din and sonny.

    a long glass really helps

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    Or a Small rangefinder ;)
    Need a scanner! (

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonny Thakur
    Or a Small rangefinder ;)
    Need a scanner! (
    speaking of...

    need to have my yashica repaired...would love to try i out in the street

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    Doesn't the long glass make you look a bit voyeuristic? I tried street photography once and people kept on looking even if I just had the kit lens....

 

 

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