See the finished photos from my street shoot
I wanted to wrap up the street photography video series I’ve been sharing over the past few days with one final post, where you can see the finished images. These are some of the actual images the I edited in the second part of the video, as well as a few more that I didn’t cover.
One of the things that occurred to me was that, despite the fact that I was trying my best to record my normal approach to street photography, the very act of recording it probably changed my approach somewhat. I guess it’s a similar effect to the heisenberg principle. Anyway, this wasn’t necessarily a bad thing, as it helped me slow down and be more deliberate about the process, and I think that I got some good photos as a result. The only downside is that I didn’t shoot as much as I normal would, as my batteries died (due to me recording). Anyway, it was an interesting learning experience.
So here is a section of the final images from the shoot. These were all processed in Capture One (you can see how I did this on this video here) and output directly from the software, without any additional editing. I will try and do another series like this again in the future, using Lightroom the next time, so stay tuned for that.
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