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Street Photography in Rome | Nikon D810 vs iPhone 7 Plus – Viral Trends

Street Photography in Rome | Nikon D810 vs iPhone 7 Plus

In this video I decided to challenge myself doing some Street Photography in Rome!
And to make things even more interesting, I thought to do a comparison: Nikon D810 vs iPhone 7 Plus

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  1. Another great video. I agree with you. This video makes me want to go to Italy and see where my roots came from. Instagram:s.ciarleglio.photography you’ll see me challenge myself with street photography with my DSLR. It is more putting yourself out there with street photography. In a big city like Toronto you see and get all kinds of people but staying safe is the key. Asking for permission at times is vital. I love landscapes too but requires going out of the city. Cell phone is more common and it’s not as in your face as a dslr as people will not suspect you taking a pic of them than a DSLR. But the quality is not there. Whatever works I guess. Un baccio from Toronto!

  2. Thanks for this great video and advice. I think taking an iPhone out to just concentrate on composition is an excellent idea, or at least if using a DSLR, using a fixed focal-length lens like your 50mm. I think an iPhone would be a good tool to use when scouting a location and then when you have found the locations and compositions you want to shoot, going back with the DSLR. In the video, I really liked the shot of the homeless person, sitting down at the end of that diagonal strip of light, with just his head and shoulders lit. It was a really powerful image and all about composition, and you shot that one with the iPhone. New York should be great for street photography. Will you do any kind of public photo walk? In the meantime, I will be in London next week, which should also be good for some street photography.

  3. nice video ✌ but just for another opinion, i'd like to shoot with a higher f stop at streets and i liked the iphone photos better than the others (talking about composition ofc) keep it up!

  4. If I had to chose, your images from the DSLR are superior! BUT — your work with both are incredible! The biggest drawback i find with my DSLR is that it takes more time to edit and post images where as the iPhone pictures can be somewhat edited and posted almost immediately. I also liked your tip regarding using the iPhone to sharpen my composition skills! Thanks fro another inspiring video!

  5. Personally I love the shutter click and flapping of a mirror. I feel like there's something going on and know I got the image. With a phone I often miss the shot I'm trying to get and have to deal with software delays in loading the app. But the iPhone is also better for selfies and silly shots when your with your friends or out eating – focus is faster and there's no messing around.
    For your next comparison, shoot with the same focal length, comparing a 50mm vs ~28mm of a phone is not the same.

  6. Before you do this again, I suggest you look into Moment. Moment makes lenses for mobile phones at a very high quality and look at their new app they just launched a few days ago in the App Store. Look into them before your next challenge and tell me what you think. You will be impressed. I do not work for Moment or paid to say what I say. I am just a big advocate of being minimal with high quality….

  7. iPhone can produce nice pics, but is always the composition what matters. Having said that, I will opt for my camera rather than telephone, but as you I’m in photography mood when I have the camera so composing with iPhone to me will be more challenging. Nice video.

  8. the photos of iPhone are great when you look at them on the iPhone. If you look at them on a 4k screen or even in a 1:1 mode, the photo quality will never reach the quality of DSLRs. I take photos with both, depending on what I want to make with a photo.

  9. Ciao Attilio bellissimo video come sempre sopratutto quando è dedicato alla mia meravigliosa città che devo comunque dire hai onorato egregiamente per questo ti ringrazio e mi ha fatto molto piacere sapere che sei stato quì, a saperlo prima ti raggiungevo al volo e ti offrivo un Caffè. 🙂
    Una domanda, nelle foto fatte con Iphone hai usato la sua applicazione naturale ?
    la post produzione è stata fatta da un programma esterno o hai usato una qualsiasi App del cellulare ?
    Grazie per le risposte.
    ….a un consiglio per le prossime foto in città, potresti provare a fotografare oggetti in movimento che spesso in alcune circostanze e giochi di colori escono fuori dei lavori interessanti.
    Grazie ancora e alla prossima.
    By Alessio da Rome 🙂

  10. I understand completely what you mean about wanting to shoot a "real" camera.. I used to shoot a nikon and carried lenses around but on a trip I tried a Fiji xt20 with a 35mm and the kit lens.. I enjoyed it very much and since then I find myself carrying my Fuji. Is smaller

  11. And your G85?

    A few years ago a photographer using an iPhone 5 or 6 captured images from the uprising in Libya, Tripoli and his images won the British Photographers Association's annual competition. The images were fantastic. You don't need a fancy, big and heavy DSLR. Many of the original Magnum Street phototographers used to use Lieca camers with 35mm lenses.

  12. It is good to hear of another landscape photographer trying out street pjotography. One advantage I've discovered from using a phone for pics is: when photographing people, they tend to not notice you are taking their picture which helps in capturing the moment and their character. Great video!

  13. Just a couple questions, did you only use the native cell phone camera app? Did you try any of the camera apps available that allow you to completely adjust your iphone camera(s)? There are several out there that do a great job with that and it can also be a great way to use it. Also, editing in LR or a computer program can make the images even more noisy so I use Snapseed or an app designed for the iphone/ipad to edit so it doesn't increase that grain size. Just a couple things I was wondering about. Love the video and great images!

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