09 Sep Midday Street Photography With the X100V

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It’s certainly been quite a week of gear in the Fujifilm world. We’ve seen announcements for both of Fujifilm’s systems and some extremely G.A.S.-inducing items among them. So, for today’s article, we’re going to have a little palette-cleanser and enjoy the process of photography and exploring light. I recently spent a couple of hours working on a small set of street photography images (you can see a video of their capture and a more in-depth discussion here) in an effort to break away from my usual approach to documenting the city I live in. Seoul is full of characters, especially in the older areas of town. People dress and behave very differently from what the media might have you believe about Korea, and I have always found it enjoyable to document those areas through street photography and street portraiture that focuses on those characters. They have always been my subject matter. For this series, though, I wanted to do something a little different. I wanted to make use of light and architecture rather than letting interesting people carry the image. I also wanted to explore the idea of anonymity in my photographs rather than focusing on the subjects. In order […]

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