Authors Posts by Spyros Papaspyropoulos

Spyros Papaspyropoulos

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Spyros Papaspyropoulos is passionate about Photography, especially Street Photography. Because of that passion he considers himself a Street Photographer. If you would like to see his work you can also visit his Street Hunters Profile. He is co-founder of Street Hunters.

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Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

Today we are presenting Episode #10 “Flash Street Photography during the day”! You asked for this video in our Facebook page poll we held a few months back so here it is ladies and gents!

Before we move on, let me remind you of our previous episodes in case you are new to our Street Talk series. Up to this point we have released the following episodes so far:

Inside Amin Habbal's Camera Bag

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Inside Amin Habbal’s Camera bag! (Bag No135)

Hello Street Hunters!
My name is Amin Habbal, I am a musician and street photographer based out of Montreal Canada. I tend to spend my time hopping from cafe to cafe working on various projects. My street photography reflects what I see on my daily walks. I also into more of a cinematic look with my photos.

The contents of my camera bag:

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Slideshow Presentation of Sreejith Kaviyil

Introduction

Sreejith Kaviyil is the winner of the April 2017 Monthly Theme Contest. He is a Street Photographer that is based in Kerala in south India. Three months ago, Sreejith won the “Juxtaposition” monthly theme contest. His images was selected from a pool of 40 juxtaposition street photography themed 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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Flash street photography workshop in Athens

Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

Flash Street Photography really excites me and I want to share this excitement with you by teaching you about this style of shooting at my Flash Street Photography Workshops in Athens.

It has now been more than 3 years since I started shooting Flash Street Photography and to my surprise I have found out that most people don’t really care about the flash in the streets. Some of them even give me the feeling that they don’t care a single bit about being photographed with a Flash. I think the reason for this is the upfront style of a flash shot that makes it a more sincere style of shooting than let’s say when one is lurking in the shadows capturing sly shots and I think that is how people see it. What I mean is that there is nothing sneaky about a flash shot. It is brutally honest. There is no doubt about what the street photographer is doing. This gives me even more incentive to keep on trying this style of street photography and now I feel that I know more than enough to share my experiences with you.

Inside Daniele Martire's Camera Bag

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Inside Daniele Martire’s Camera bag! (Bag No134)

Ciao!
I am Daniele, a full-time Project Manager living in Milano, Italy. I love wondering in the streets, wherever I am, to capture people emotions in their own environments, either using classic 18mm/35mm frames or by making more dramatic double exposures to tell my own stories.
Photography is my way to better live and feel the city I am in, and i enjoy doing that every day I can: it relax and excite me at the same time.
Such passion has lately converged in founding our own international street collaborative named Superluna.

Whenever i travel for business or short trip, this is what’s in my camera bag:

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The Colour Blue

Hello Streethunters.net Readers!

As mentioned in previous post “Revealing the Monthly Theme Contest New Rules & Prizes for 2017“, this year we have made some changes to the Monthly Theme Contests. The new rules are also included in this post and will be included in each contest post from now on. For your convenience, here are the changes:

What’s changed and what hasn’t in a nutshell

  1. The calendar at the end of the year is being canceled.
  2. The way we select photos remains the same.
  3. The monthly themes are much harder. You will need to work hard.
  4. The prizes the winners receive have changed. Read more below.

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Women Street Photographers. Photo by Kristin Van den Eede

Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

3 years ago, we wrote a blog post called 25 Inspirational Ladies of Street Photography. A lot has changed in the street photography scene since then, so we feel it’s time for a new, updated, larger list dedicated to women street photographers.

In an attempt to promote more active women street photographers, (i.e. photographers who actually take street photos during the time of writing) Streethunters.net explored the web in search of ladies who like shooting in the streets and share some, most, or all of their street photos online. Not all of them are strictly street photographers. Some of them shoot street on their spare time, others even less than that, but all of them have photos worth sharing and that is why they ended up on this list.

Before we present you with a roll call of these ladies, we kindly ask you to send in any names of female street photographers you know and would like to see in this list. But that is enough for an introduction, let’s go and meet the women street photographers you should follow on the web.

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Winner June 2017

Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

June 2017 is over. It is time to announce the winner of the June 2017 Street Photography Contest!

The theme of the contest was “The Colour Red” and we had asked you all to send in photos with examples of The Colour Red. You responded by sending in over 100 photographs! Thank you all for submitting your lovely work!

As per the rules of the contest, the 3 editors of the Streethunters.net website Andrew Sweigart, Digby Fullam and myself, chose one photo each. The next step was to select the very best one of the three and present it here to you.

So, the lucky winner of the June 2017 Street Photoghraphy Contest is Svilen Nachev and this is his photograph.

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The 3rd Annual Street Hunters Meeting in London update

Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

This is a quick update/refresher concerning the The 3rd Annual Street Hunters Meeting in London for any of you that missed our previous posts, or forgot about them. We would love to see you all in London this August so read on for more information.

When is the event?

Our event will be taking place this summer in London, and specifically on the 25th and the 26th of August.

Inside Roy Wilkinson's Camera bag

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Inside Roy Wilkinson’s Camera bag! (Bag No133)

Hello,

My name is Roy Wilkinson. I was born in Kent UK. Being a bit of a loner, street photography, which I have done for 4mths, is ideal for me. I’m not an ‘in their face’ photographer consequently my lens choice is a 32 -83mm zoom mounted on my Nikkormat Ftn. I take photos in all weather. Sometimes I go out and don’t get a shot. I look for ‘moments’ when everything is ’right’. It’s exciting not knowing when these will appear and having to be ready when they do!  I love photographing groups of people; tourists for example. Often, when the shot has been taken, I think I’ve missed ‘the moment’ but always the image indicates interesting interactions! I use Iford XP2 and occasionally Kodacolour 200 film. I use the Sunny 16 exposure guide and, carry a light meter. Most used setting; hyper focal distance.

The contents of my bag: