5 Reason Why Why You Should Try Street Photography At Night

5 Reason Why Why You Should Try Street Photography At Night

Over the last few weeks I've been trying to figure out ways to "spice" up my street photography sessions. I tried shooting in a different location, but there's so much construction going on in Michigan, so that idea backfired. I tried doing some street photography challenges, that was fun, but eventually I completed them all... I even tried shooting with a different focal length, going to a 50mm from my standard 28mm, that also didn't last very long, 28 is king. Lastly, I tried shooting at night, something I've only done a handful of times in the past. Since then, I've been out at leas 2 nights a week shooting street and it's something I think everyone else should try... here's why!

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Raw Photo Challenge #44

Raw Photo Challenge #44

This week we have an image taken by your's truly! I snapped this image a few years ago using a Sony a6000 and Canon FD 55 f/1.2 lens. The image doesn't have a lot of range, but I thought it would be fun to see how you guys might edit a simple portraiture. Can editing make a rather bland image stand out? We're about to find out. Happy editing guys!

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Here's What You Created: RPC #43

Here's What You Created: RPC #43

So this week (and moving forward) we're going to be announcing the winners to the RAW Photo Challenge a little bit differently. Someone over on Reddit reached out to me to ask if I could give an in-depth review of every image submitted. My answer to him was... no. I simply don't have that kind of time, however, I do feel like giving my opinion on a handful of edits could bring someone value to the group.

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28mm Is The Best Focal Length For Street Photography

28mm Is The Best Focal Length For Street Photography

If you ask any street photographer what their favorite focal length is they'll likely tell you 35mm. This is what you'll find on your grandfather's Leica or on one of the great's camera. It allows you to keep your distance and capture great photographs while leaving you the option to be aggressive and photograph from up close.

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