London is one of the best cities in the world for street photography. The contrast between the old and new is evident throughout the city. However, it is the people that make it the city that it is. Capturing moments with the people of London is one of my passions.
Since moving to London I have been working to improve my street photography. Both the technical aspects along with improving the interactions. For the first 6 months, I spent every Sunday at the Brick Lane market, photographing people. This way the setting became familiar but the people would change. I highly recommend visiting a familiar place time and time again. This makes you feel comfortable while focusing on improving the fundamentals of your technique!
Anyway, this time I decided to re-visit the market but take you on the shoot. I mounted my small vlogging camera on top of my primary camera. Here is my Journey. Don’t forget to subscribe for more of my videos.
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Street photography from London
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New Zealand travel photographer based in London, UK. He was taking photos from a very young age in the backcountry of New Zealand before moving abroad. Since doing so he has taken workshops and tried to help get as many people into this art as possible. Featured in NZ Herald, Stuff.co.nz and many photography publications it’s safe to say he loves his photography!