Back in February I had a meeting for a wonderful couple in the centre of London, rather than just head down for the meeting I took a little extra time and went to do some street photography as well.
It's bee a while since I've had the chance to do any dedicated street photography and I instantly remember how much I enjoy it. I took with me the Fuji XT2 with the 23mm 1.4 lens.
I started in Chinatown which is always a great place for shooting street, lots going on, many interesting characters and it's a good place to get into the flow of things.
I then met up with a friend for coffee and got taken to this great Italian coffee shop, so nice to find interesting places like this.
Using the remote app I was able to line up a few shots an shoot with that, otherwise I was mostly shooting from the hip using zone focusing and burst mode to get decent shots, the burst shooting is especially useful when a subject is moving towards you and, as I do, you are shooting at lower apertures where your window of focus is very small.
All these shots were edited with VSCOcam on my iPhone.
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