GIVEAWAY: $150 gift certificate for the Moment shop
This seems to be such a nice experience! I'd really like to join sometime (but I am really far away hahhaha). Also, something that I did not think I'd enjoy in photography, I guess is the whole creating together experience. I'd always believed that I was not a good collaborator but turns out it makes the process 200% more enjoyable and also creates a better product.
Please come to Italy! I would love to take part of a photo-walk in Rome, and would be happy to help with the organization :)
Great to mee you guys, so many humble people who make amazing stuff out there <3
Wish I could have joined this time. Looks like it was a fun day. If you are up for a Belgium photo walk, I can help with planning and logistics.
Photo walks are so much fun. Immersing oneself in the act of photographing with a group of like-minded photographers can be a really enriching experience. It looks like you all had a blast.
When I started film photography I was dealing with heavy social anxiety and really made a point to not get any (recognizable) strangers in my street photography pictures. I thought then I might eventually get really bored with photographs that don't have humans and/or faces, but after a few years I quite enjoy the eye for detail in architecture, street planning and nature I have developed. Street photography without capturing people has way more potentional for depth than I could imagine then.
Still a bit annoyed I couldn't make this Photowalk. I had tickets for a big whisky event, so also worked hard that day. Thanks for sharing the documentary on Youtube.
This looked so fun! I highly recommend Stockholm or Copenhagen, especially in the summer.
Looking forward to your future events in Amsterdam or elsewhere.
I didn’t think I’d like using flash - not an original answer with a couple of mentions of it so far :) I used it for years only as a necessity in particular situations when additional light was required. Now I'm in a phase of getting interested in using several light sources and trying that out.
It was a great day, I’ll keep checkih here for further days like this.
And for the moment giveaway question:
I wouldn’t think that I’ll like using long exposure in street photography, esp. in night shootings, but when I tried it to exclude the crowds it worked so good, it became a go-to move in the crowds
I didn't think I'd like using a fully manual camera, since my progression was from point & shoot to Yashica Electro 35 which is aperture priority. But after I struggled with getting exposure right in some more contrasty shots, I got a Canon P and now love the process of metering or guessing exposure based on my experience.