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Roy Rozanski slideshow presentation

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Roy Rozanski is the winner of the January 2017 Monthly Theme Contest. If you haven’t stumbled upon Roy before, he is a street photographer from Israel who shoots mostly in Tel Aviv. The theme of the month when Roy won was “Zebra crossings” and his image was selected from a pool of 55 zebra crossing themed street photographs!

Since January we have introduced new prizes for the winners of these monthly theme contests. All prizes aim to give the winners massive exposure on our website and our social profiles. But what are those prizes?

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Street Talk Episode 06 -

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Most of the times I teach a workshop or I go on a photowalk I get asked the “zone focus” question. What is funny is that although zone focusing is a very old manual focusing technique that was used by most if not all photographers before the days of autofocus technology, it seems like it has gradually been “forgotten” by younger shooters. Is zone focusing a dying focusing technique? Far from it!

Personally I use zone focusing 99% of the time and I also tap into the sweet hyperfocal distance magic spot where everything is in focus. I find it so easy and so fast, much faster than any af system. Anyway, if you want to find out more about zone focusing and hyperfocal, click play on the video below and check it out. If you are person that prefers reading to watching and you also like understanding lots of technical details, you can always visit our very popular Learn Zone Focusing and Hyperfocal Distance in Street Photography blog post. Everything you need to know about the technique is there in detail.

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The 1st Third Party Street Hunt by Daniel Tschitsch

Introduction

Exciting times dear Readers!

Today we are releasing the 1st Third Party Street Hunt on our YouTube channel. It is a video that has been made by one of our Readers in the Street Hunt style we started 3-4 years ago as an experiment. That 1st Street Hunt video was followed by another and another and now we have 22 Street Hunt videos online for you to enjoy. Those 22 Street Hunts are the reason why our YouTube Channel has now grown to 10500 subscribers!

About a three weeks ago we shared with you a video “Street Talk #04” in which we were announcing these 3rd party street hunts. You can watch the video and read the related post Street Talk Episode 4 – “Announcing 3rd part street hunts” for more info.

The first video we are releasing today is by Daniel Tschitsch, a street photographer from Germany. You can view the video below and if you want more information on Daniel, you can visit his YouTube channel or his website.

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Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

After a short break for the holidays, the Street Talk Youtube series is back with a couple of announcements.

I will start from the 2nd announcement first. If you have been following the website regularly then you have heard of the new Monthly Theme Contest Prizes so the 2nd out of the two announcements shared with you today will already be known to you. In case you missed this announcement, then all you have to do is read more information in our relative blog post published just after the holidays called “Revealing the Monthly Theme Contest New Rules & Prizes for 2017”. In this post you can see what has changed with the Monthly Theme Street Photography Contests and also check out what each winner will be receiving every month from now on. We promise it is going to be super exciting.

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Street Hunt 22

Introduction

Dear  Streethunters.net Readers hello!

Today I am happy to present to you the new Street Hunt #22 video that we shot in Iraklio, Crete. I know you have all been eagerly awaiting a new street hunt video since we released the street hunt video of the 2nd Annual Street Hunters Meeting in London back in September. The reason it’s taken us so long to publish this new street hunt is because we managed to record a total of 16GB in video files during our day that needed processing and editing and synchronising with the hundreds of photos we shot. We had to go through every photo we each took, time stamp them by the second, and then splice them in with the footage! The amount of work required was massive and it took me several months to complete. I guess, if this was my full time job, I could have had it ready much sooner, but I worked on the video late at night after work, so that was the best I could do under the circumstances.

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Dear Readers,

Today we are releasing the 3rd episode of our brand new Street Talk YouTube series, a vlog about Street Photography.

In this episode we talk about the camera modes in plain English. P mode, A mode, S mode and M mode. It is a video for the absolute beginner who is just getting to know how to use a camera. So, if you are an experienced or intermediate photographer, you might find this video to be a bit boring for you. However it isn’t a long video, running at 3 minutes and 28 seconds, so if you don’t have anything better to do, I recommend you give it a look and let me know what you think.

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Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

Welcome to the second episode of the new YouTube series we launched around a week ago, called “Street Talk”. Each time a new episode is released, I will also be writing a very short blog post just to give you a quick summary of what you are about to see.

So, in episode #02 I talk about “What gear do I recommend you have while on a local Street Hunt”.

Introduction

Dear Readers,

Last week I shared with my fellow Streethunters.net editors, Andrew Sweigart and Digby Fullam a new idea that I had. This idea is something that in my opinion will make the Streethunters.net YouTube channel a little bit more interesting and active. Both of them embraced the idea and since then I have been wanting to share it with all of you.

It is now one week later and believe it or not, I have only just found the time to properly sit down and write this announcement post for you all to read. I am currently at the Athens International Airport typing away on my laptop while waiting to board my flight back to Crete. I have been flying from location to location for work since early Tuesday morning, within Greece and further away. I have felt the bitter cold of the northern Balkans and flown in a propeller plane (something I am not used to doing), had food poisoning, met at least 20 new people and I did all these things wearing a suit 24/7. A crazy, uncomfortable 4 days!

Anyway, enough of my travels. Today is the announcement day, so let’s get on with it.