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Photojournalists on Instagram: a more inclusive list

Photojournalists on Instagram: a more inclusive list | street photography | Scoop.it
Photojournalists are using Instagram as part of their professional practice. But too often lists of people to follow lack diversity.
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Sander de Wilde's curator insight, October 22, 2013 3:47 PM

I just started there too, Bad idea?

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Victor Bezrukov Street Photography

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street photography - street life and street moments by photographer Victor Bezrukov. Big part of photographs taken In TelAviv, Israel.

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Street photography in Soho and Covent Garden with the Fuji X-E1 | Al Power

Street photography in Soho and Covent Garden with the Fuji X-E1 | Al Power | street photography | Scoop.it


A few weeks ago I went up to London to visit the Photographers gallery and check out the Mass Observation exhibition (excellent - sadly now finished) with my good friend David, and then spent an afternoon introducing him to the fine art of street photography (to which he took to pretty naturally).

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For the most part I wore my Fuji X-E1 around my wrist using a wrist strap, with my finger on the power switch. Settings were pretty much 1/250th of a second, f4-f8 and auto ISO up to 6400, and manual focused/zone focused so that if I saw something interesting approaching, I could power on, and just raise the camera to my eye and shoot, all within seconds - often without my subject even realising. I used both the 18-55 and the 35 mm, but I really liked being forced to think with my feet within the constraints of the 35mm.......


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