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How I shoot #7 | Street Photography | Leica M6 | Antwerp Belgium – Viral Trends

How I shoot #7 | Street Photography | Leica M6 | Antwerp Belgium




I had to postpone my video about how I edit my black and white photos due to a lack of time. However to compensate that I have another How I shoot video for you. This time I am shooting a Leica M6 and 20 shots of Kodak Vision3 250d in Antwerp in Belgium. I had only 1 hour to film this episode and I almost missed my train. 😀

Blogpost:

Shooting a Leica M6 with one roll of Kodak Vision3 250d in Antwerp/Belgium

If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below. 🙂

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Comments 36

  1. I just found your channel and I'm loving it. Great insights on how to do street photography – better than I've seen anywhere else on YouTube! Thanks for sharing your experience.

  2. Great work , I’ve really enjoyed your POV videos
    Curious , looks like cloudy and overcast … do you shoot on days like that pushed or are you keeping it box speed normally? Especially when shouting black and white pushed at all ?

  3. Hi Robin. Very nice channel. I really enjoyed this episode. I would be very interested how you approach people in the street. How do you ask them and what do you tell them and so on. Maybe you've had an episode about that.

  4. Some good captures here. Light looked fairly even on that overcast day. Did you set your aperture and shutter speed at the start and then just leave the settings there, or were you adjusting slightly as you approached each potential shot area?

  5. I wish I could simply approach people like that… Even if I photograph a whole crowd, sometimes a guy/woman walks up to me, and says something between "I don't want to be photographed", or "DELETE THAT PICTURE, NOW!"

  6. Great video and I liked your shots. Some of the people seemed to notice you and some even looked like they were about to say something to you. Do you greet any of them, or say anything or just play it off and walk away? That is always my fear when I am walking around doing street shots.

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