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Sherlock77

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Two photos I took recently, my street photography...

Street Photo 12.jpg
Street Photo 11.jpg
 

Sherlock77

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Some street shots with a canon 280 zoom
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I've been doing street photography for about 15 years, I have rarely used a long lens for that, currently I'm using a Fuji X-T1 and using either Fuji 10-24 lens or the 23mm F/2 for any of my photos really, but do have a longer lens I use occasionally

This is my Flickr account, it's still there but I haven't posted there since 2017, and I have far too many photos on that account! :eek: James Tworow
 

Gee Wyles

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I've been doing street photography for about 15 years, I have rarely used a long lens for that, currently I'm using a Fuji X-T1 and using either Fuji 10-24 lens or the 23mm F/2 for any of my photos really, but do have a longer lens I use occasionally

I like to use a long lens for street photography just to keep some distance between me and my subject. Some people can get confrontational about getting their picture taken so I like to avoid that if possible.
 

Sherlock77

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I like to use a long lens for street photography just to keep some distance between me and my subject. Some people can get confrontational about getting their picture taken so I like to avoid that if possible.

I've never had any huge issues over the years, and I do often employ a more personal approach (along the lines of a stranger portrait), the scooter photo was taken at 24mm focal length and there was a degree of communication with them, very much my style at times
 

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