Laurent.There are people way better then you in M&A and they don't make threads. You use way too many hashtags and your editing is off, it looks like angry Instagram filters have been applied for the sake of it and not to complement the picture.
Also street photographers don't use dslrs.
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1. A majority of his photos are better composed and of more interest than any of the ones you shot on your film cameras on your website I got bored looking at yours by the third one.
2. You use like 25 on each of your pictures dont be a hipstercrite I mean hypocrite.
3. Lol, I bet if we go out on the street 8/10 I could fire my dslr from at belly level know my framing my acceptable focus range as well as if i am properly exposed or under exposed without looking down at the camera. There's a funny thing where if you understand the rules of shooting on film it makes shooting with a dslr a cake walk. I would much rather not miss a shot having a fast fps buffer and not have to spend money on film any longer with the sacrifice of pretty grain and natural film glow.
BrothsTopazHaha, I don't use filters. I use Lightroom. Also, everyone has their own editing preference and I'm actually still trying to find an editing style I like. I treat every photo differently as every photo has potential with various editing styles. As for the dslr comment, i don't know if that was a joke or not, but if you're saying I'm not the old fashioned photographer/hipster today type of photographer, then I don't know what else to say. Every photographer is different. It's all preference. That's why it's called ART!! Haha
Since you have a variable lens take a look at some videos about pre focusing and knowing your distances so you can quickly fire and for example know that anything between 6ft and 20ft will be in sharp focus then for your stationary shots look into properly focusing into your frame to keep focus from front to back, it will be a combo of your aperture available light and where you focus in the frame I find usually a 3rd way up on live view works decent foreground sharp but if the background isn't you stop down your fstop till you find that middle ground, if you can't nail the focus you may have to take two or three pics at different focus points then merge them with gradients in PS. dont go below f14 on that lens or you get some gross diffraction which may contribute to the "soft" look people have mentioned. As for your creative editing look learn about luminosity masking it gives you far superior control of each different tonal light range in your picture, so you can manipulate a finer selection of the pic without bleed through to other elements. Also on your waveform monitor keep your blacks no lower than 5-7 on your ire scale and no higher than 90-95 on your whites its a term called legality it makes it so the blacks dont crush and the whites dont blow out when viewed on different source monitors. Hope maybe some of that helped! I agree you did kind of shamelessly promote but you seem to be heading in the right direction
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