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After a long break from photography, I finally had a chance to shoot in the streets of New York City during my short holiday armed with my Fuji X100T, a camera designed for street photography. JPEG images are sharp and quite amazing straight from the camera. Below are some images I have captured.
I saw this pretty face among the crowd watching the Thanksgiving Parade in New York City. Most settings were in Auto ISO 3200, shutter speed of 250 and f-stop of 8 or 5.6.
Found the words ‘vegetarian’ in one of the buildings, hence used this as the title for this image.
I initially thought his woman was above 6 feet tall. Found out she was standing on a small stool to get a better view of the giant balloons during the Thanksgiving parade.
It’s a bird, it’s a plane. No she was looking in awe at the giant Spiderman balloon during the Thanksgiving parade. Looked like a scene in a movie.
NEW YORK SUBWAY
I spotted this nice contrast of light vs. dark skinned hands holding on to a stainless steel bar aboard the subway train in New York and quickly took this photo.
One of my favorites. I liked the way this man stared at me while I composed this shot.
New York Street Photography – Fuji X100T