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A box of chocolates

I am Francisco Cribari, a Brazilian street photographer. Street photography is one of my passions. I like to walk around in public places photographing ordinary people going about their daily lives in candid fashion. I am drawn to life, to real life. Robert Doisneau once said that the marvels of […]

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Is Photography About Money?

What’s in my bag? I don’t have a bag. Well, I do have, but it is the size of my laptop. I see this question in 95% of interviews with street/urban photographers. Usually all of ‘ordinary’ photographers out there hope to read that famous street photographer X or Y uses […]

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“M” Switch

Ok, let’s be honest, how many of you use manual focus nowadays? I am using it, but not in a “traditional” way. About 16 years ago I had Old Russian Zenith PM4725 camera and the only focus setting was Manual Focus (MF) of course. I borrowed a book on photography, […]

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Fuji X100T: An every day affair?

My wife was surprisingly OK when I mentioned I was after a new companion to keep me company on a daily basis. She probably knew before I did that the time was coming where a new camera would enter the household – the companion I wanted was to help eradicate […]

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