Street photography blog · Award winning fine art street photography by Markus Hartel, New York. Markus Hartel street photography blog. With zone focusing can be a life-saver between the decisive moment and a hit-and-miss-shot – toss the autofocus camera and get a manual lens instead… Zone focusing is pretty straightforward, the photographer simply uses the DOF (Depth Of Field) effect to have the desired object(s) at working distance in focus.
Zone focussing comes in handy, when there is no time to fiddle with the camera controls, or when the photographer wants to be extra unconspicious – without using the viewfinder to focus (aka. shooting from the hip). Once you know what an f-stop is, and how to set it on your camera, you’re good to go. After some time you will get better at guessing distances and you’ll be a master of in no time… In the illustration above, the aperture (f-stop) is set to f8 and the focus is set to 2m (~7ft). Street Photography Blog. Streets of Korea - Journal. Pierre Vincensini Photography. Street Photography in PT. Chris Weeks Photography. Street Reverb Magazine. AMERICAN SUBURB X. LPV Magazine. Dirty blog. The Leica Camera. B. Yanidel Street Photography. Jt in Seoul: Street Photography in Korea. The 10 Best Street Photography Blogs on the Web (and more) Although street photography is still very much a niche online, here are the top 10 street photography blogs I regularly follow online.
If you feel any other site needs to be added to this list, please leave a comment below! 1. Street Reverb Magazine. Street Photographer - Leica Cameras - Fine Art Photography Prints. The home of street photography. Danny Santos II - Street Photographer in Singapore. Dwayne Burgess Photography Blog. Photography by meredith kleiber. The Invisible Cities. Streephers. SEVERIN KOLLER PHOTOGRAPHY Captures - 50-mm. Street Photography. Blog du photographe Serge Bouvet. 85mm Street Photography.