Authors Posts by Digby Fullam

Digby Fullam

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Digby Fullam is a photographer with a passion for photojournalism and narrative documentary photography. He finds street photography to be an excellent storytelling medium. He is the newest addition of the Streethunters.net team. If you would like to see his work you can also visit his Street Hunters Profile.

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One of the fabulous things about street photography is the myriad of different styles it offers. All different flavours and colours of shooting can fall under the street photography genre umbrella: black and white street photography, street portraits, colour street photography, slow shutter speed street photography, and of course flash street photography and off-camera flash street photography to name but a few! The technique I want to discuss today is a really effective one to use if you are a street photographer who enjoys creating street shots with punchy, powerful graphic quality, often with natural light, but sometimes even with artificial light. It is known as high contrast street photography.

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This Week Streethunters.net 9/10/17-15/10/17

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You’re joining us for the latest edition of ‘This Week on Streethunters.net’, our Sunday summary of the past week’s events and activity on the Streethunters.net street photography blog website and social media channels. If you fancy heading even further back, you can visit the This Week category page of the website and browse through summaries from the previous weeks.

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This Week Streethunters.net 2/10/17 - 8/10/17

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Welcome back to another summary of the week that was on the Streethunters.net website and social media channels. Previous weekly run-throughs can be found in the This Week archive pages of the website if you’ve got some catching up to do. For the time being, let’s crack on with This Week on Streethunters.net from the 2nd to the 8th October 2017!

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This Week Streethunters.net 25/9/17 - 1/10/17

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Our weekly featurette This Week on Streethunters.net has returned once more to bring you your synopsis of the recent goings-on and happenings across the website and all our social media channels. If you’ve been out of the street photography news loop for a while and need a catch-up, you can browse through earlier weekly summaries on our This Week category page.

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This Week Streethunters.net 11/7/17 cover

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Welcome back to This Week on Streethunters.net, a new feature where we set out a quick summary of all the week’s events and goings-on across our blog and social media feeds so you all can easily catch up with every bit of Street Hunters news in one place. All our previous weekly summaries will be grouped under our ‘This Week’ category on the website, so if you’ve been away from us for a while you can simply scroll back through our old summaries and get back up to date!

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Street Photography Abroad

Travelling is important for your street photography. It is not the be all and end all, and a great many street photographers consistently produce great bodies of work shooting in one location or home city. But for a great many other street photographers, travelling is an amazing way for them to get inspired, and if they travel specifically for their street photography, often gives them the time and opportunity to focus on their street photography that they wouldn’t normally have which is also very important. And all these factors are increased dramatically if your travelling for street photography extends to a foreign country. Everything becomes just that little bit more exciting and a little bit more exotic. At Streethunters.net we’ve been lucky enough to have enjoyed several opportunities to visit foreign countries for street photography, so we wanted to take the opportunity to share what we’ve learned along the way with you, so read on for our top tips for planning a street photography trip to a foreign country.

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Today we’re trialling a brand new mini featurette where we give you a quick run-down of what’s been going on with streethunters.net over the last week. We’ve snappily titled it, ‘This Week on Streethunters.net’! Why have we decided to try out this new feature? Because we understand that a lot of you lead very busy lives and aren’t always able to check the website or our social media feeds regularly for new Street Hunters blog posts, so we’re giving you another option – a one stop shop blog post where you can find all the week’s news and goings on with Streethunters.net right in one place.

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Cosyspeed Streetomatic Street Hunters promo cover

If you’d like to own a piece of rare Streethunters.net memorabilia you need to make sure you check this out! As regular readers of Streethunters.net, you’re probably already familiar with Cosyspeed, a manufacturer of innovative hip holster camera bags for mirrorless cameras (and more recently DSLRs) that are perfectly suited for street photographers. Cosyspeed and Street Hunters enjoy a fantastic ongoing relationship stretching back over several years, beginning in 2014 when we reviewed an early edition of the Camslinger Camera Bag for street photography, and continuing with Cosyspeed offering prizes for the lucky winners of our street photography monthly theme contests throughout the whole year of 2016, as well as sponsoring a variety of our street hunts, including those in Hamburg, Germany, Istanbul, Turkey, and London, England. The close relationship between Streethunters.net and Cosyspeed continues to this day, as Cosyspeed are the sponsors of the 3rd Annual Street Hunters meeting in London on the 25th of August this year, which includes both a film street photography workshop and a flash street photography workshop! So, just how can you get your hands on your very own limited edition camera bag that celebrates the partnership between our two brands? Read on for more…

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I’m not afraid to admit that I am currently going through somewhat of a creative block with my street photography. I am feeling rather listless with regards to the street photos I have been creating of late, and not enjoying the process of shooting much either. Part of this stems from a feeling of general frustration I have with shooting in my hometown – I’ve mentioned before how I find it so much easier to shoot when I’m on the road, and why I think travelling is so important for street photography, but I can’t always rely on travelling to get me out of the gutter, nor can I think I can get away with being a purely fair weather street photographer (both in a literal sense and a metaphorical one). So, there are clearly times when I need to learn how to try and force myself to be more sharp and get the creative juices flowing. To develop as a street photographer I feel I need to be prolific, because virtually without fail the only way to get really good at something is practice at it really hard until it becomes second nature. To do that I need to be able to get myself in the zone and that means making the most of all my opportunities, but also trying out new methods to galvanise myself and think creatively in order to get inspired. So I’ve put together a list below of techniques I’m currently experimenting with to help myself out of a creative rut. If you’ve experienced similar problems of frustrations in shooting in your hometown, I highly recommend you give Spyros’ article on how to get over the boredom of shooting street photos in the same location every day. There is some overlap, but my list covers a mixture of things that include both activities out on the street and broader ways of changing my mindset, so hopefully something from this will work! Read on for more…

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