Nope, they weren’t real­ly doing any­thing wrong, but I just love the look of being caught.

As we’re cruis­ing around nifty Durham, we do bump into a fair num­ber of pho­tog­ra­phers, snap­shot tak­ers, and real pho­to shoots going on. I guess we’re just too visu­al a place—and it’s too nice out­side to hide in stu­dios like up north.

I wish I had more time to talk with these young guys about pho­tog­ra­phy. It’s real­ly cool to see what every­one is doing… if you bump into this post guys— send me a link, so I can see how your pho­to ses­sion end­ed up.

Two sec­onds of pho­to-geek speak:

Man, I love how my lit­tle Fuji X‑E2 cam­era cap­tures a scene like this.

I do def­i­nite­ly tweak shots I post here (most­ly bring­ing out detail in the wall on the left, in this image), but for the most part, that’s the col­or we saw in that alley and the cam­era just nailed it. That’s why we stopped in the first place was how awe­some the col­ors were.

If you are con­sid­er­ing a bet­ter-than-snap­shot cam­era, con­sid­er the Fuji X series. Check out my blog post about why here on HuthPhoto.com

If you are a Fuji X shoot­er, a street pho­tog­ra­ph­er, don’t be shy about ask­ing ques­tions or send­ing me link to what you’re doing with your X cam­era!

Pho­to by Huth­Pho­to

Down­town Durham, NC

Pin It on Pinterest