Category Street Photography

Street Photography – Episode 3: Clarification

by Anthony Morganti

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Street Photography – Episode 3: Clarification

This is the third episode of my Street Photography video series. In this episode, I clarify what I meant when I was talking in Episode 2 about street photography being creepy.

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Street Photography – Episode 2: Elmwood Village

by Anthony Morganti

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This is the second episode of the Street Photography video series with Anthony Morganti. In this episode, I shoot a few images in the Elmwood Village neighborhood of Buffalo, New York explaining a bit of my philosophy as I go.

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Street Photography – Episode 1: What I Use

by Anthony Morganti

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This is the first episode of the Street Photography video series with Anthony Morganti. In this episode, Anthony talks about the equipment he most often carries with him for his street photography.

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3 Ways to Improve Your Street Photography

by Anthony Morganti

The Comprehensive Guide to Street Photography

As a precursor to the upcoming release of my eBook, The Comprehensive Guide to Street Photography, I thought I’d share with you a few things that you can do to immediately improve your street images. All of these are covered in much more detail in the book along with many other varied topics. I’m very excited about this book and I hope you will be too!

1.) Know Your Camera

Camera Controls

Too often I see photographers on the street fumbling with the controls on their camera missing shots and more often they’re disappointed when they get home and look at the shots they did get — they’ve used the wrong mode or had an incorrect setting resulting in blurry pictures with poor exposure...

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Introducing My New Camera & My New Project

by Anthony Morganti

Fujifilm X-T1 16 MP Compact System Camera with XF18-135mm F3.5-5.6 R LM OIS WR Lens

As many of you know, I’m a diehard Nikon shooter but just yesterday, I received my latest camera — my first non-Nikon camera — the Fujifilm X-T1 mirrorless camera with the Fujifilm 18-135mm F3.5-5.6 lens. I purchased this camera for a specific project that I’ll be working on – a Street Photography vlog or, as I prefer to call it, a Social Documentary Photography vlog. I’ll talk more about the vlog in a minute but first I’d like to mention some reasons why I chose the X-T1 as my camera for the project.

Street photography can be done with just about any type of camera from a cell phone to a full fledged, pro level, full frame, DSLR...

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An Interesting Quote By Jay Maisel

by Anthony Morganti

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The Spiderwebbed Swimmer by Anthony Morganti – Click on the image to enlarge her beautiful pixels 🙂

I’m going to be working on a street photography project and in preparation for it, I’ve been studying the work of some great photographers in general, and street photographers in particular. One of the photographers is the legendary Jay Maisel. I was watching a street photography, how-to video featuring Mr. Maisel and he said something that has stuck in my head and has been radiating around my cranium ever since:

I’m more interested in picture quality than the pixel quality.

This simple statement is actually quite profound. Photography is quite unique in that it’s the perfect blend of technology and art. The modern DSLR is a wonder of technology...

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