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.

Daniel Gjurchinovski's Camera Bag

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Inside Daniel Gjurchinovski’s Camera bag! (Bag No171)

“Hey!

My name is Daniel Gjurchinovski. At age 9, I saved my allowance money to buy my first camera (a plastic 110). I am in love with photography and making pictures ever since. Architect by vocation, but day-jobbing in the field of graphic design. Passionate about photography as a hobby but also with a fair share of paid gigs.

I enjoy shooting street and do that on a daily basis. Always trying to photograph thematically, on a self assigned project/subject. Recently that resulted with a solo exhibition named “Parallel Skopje”, a project that I am really proud of.

Also, I never miss a chance to make a portrait, as I love interacting with subjects. This may sound strange, but, shooting candidly on the street, and interacting with the subjects in the studio (or location) made a perfect balance for me.

The contents of my bag:”

Inside Enrique Murciano's Camera Bag - Bag No. 170

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Inside Enrique Murciano’s Camera bag! (Bag No170)

“Hello,

My name is Enrique, I’m 59 years old and I live in Madrid, I’ve been doing street photography for so many years that I lost count. I always liked the life on the street and what happens to its people. The street photography is simple you only have to discover, create, collect, organise, and anticipate things that nobody would see if you did not see them. You just have to wait for the right light to appear, the right shadow, the right smile, the right moment, and then have the serenity to catch it. Street photography is that simple. I’m autodidactic.

The contents of my bag:”

Inside Lewis Baker's Camera Bag - Bag No. 169

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Inside Lewis Baker’s Camera bag! (Bag No169)

“Hey!

I’m a photographer based just outside London. I’ve been shooting street and documentary projects for the last 7 years. Vary rare I leave the house without a camera these days. My wife still finds it odd but I’m happiest when I have it.

My gear is very simple and to be honest I vary rarely take my bag.. Just camera and batteries and I’m good to go. My biggest inspirations are Don McCullin and David Alan Harvey – If I could create work 1/100th as good as theirs I’m happy.

Cheers!

The contents of my bag:”

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Winner of the December 2018 theme contest

Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

December 2018 is over. It is time to announce the winner of the December 2018 Street Photography Contest!

The theme of the contest was “Flash Street Photography” and we had asked you all to send in photos with examples of street photos shot with a flash. You responded by sending in a whole bunch of photos! Thank you all for submitting your work!

As per the rules of the contest, Street Hunters Andrew Sweigart, Digby Fullam, John Hughes and myself, chose one photo each. The next step was to select the very best one of the four and present it here to you.

So, the lucky winner of the December 2018 Street Photography Contest is Ayanava Sil and this is his photograph.

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December 2018 monthly theme contest

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

The twelfth and last Monthly Theme Contest photos for 2018 have been submitted and we have made our choices. Please keep in mind that the process of choosing a photo from the December 2018 Street Photography Contest Submissions was not easy!

But let’s take a look at all the photos that were submitted and accepted in this Monthly Theme Contest.

ATTENTION: The photos that didn’t meet the Theme or the Editors criteria were not chosen to be in the shortlist. They have been disqualified or removed. If your pic isn’t in the shortlist, don’t get discouraged. Try again in one of the next Street Photography contests!

At this moment I would like to thank each and every participant for submitting their“Flash Street Photography” photograph. We have a collection 20 valid submissions which can all be seen below.

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Flash Street Photography Contest

Hello Streethunters.net Readers!

A few words about the Monthly Theme Contests

It is time for the Monthly Theme Contest for December 2018! The Monthly Theme Contests are a fun challenge for all! Every month we choose a Theme and we ask you to participate by each sending us one Street Photograph each time at streethunters.net@gmail.com. That photos must be based on the Monthly Theme. So for example if the theme is Silhouettes, then we would like you to each send a photo with a Silhouette moment. Your photo can be taken any time in history, we don’t mind, as long as it has been taken by you and nobody else.

What Is This Month’s Theme?

2018 is going to go our with a FLASH! So this month we would like to ask you to participate with Street Photos of “Flash Street Photography”. We would like you to send in street photos shot with a flash. Dig up your best shots or go and hunt for some news ones! Please send in clever photos . We look forward to seeing what you will send in!

Please follow the example of the photo we are sharing with you here.

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Winner of the November 2018 theme contest
Winner of the November 2018 theme contest "Rat's Eye View" Markos Kyprianos

Introduction

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

November 2018 is over. It is time to announce the winner of the November 2018 Street Photography Contest!

The theme of the contest was “Rat’s eye view” and we had asked you all to send in photos with examples of street photos shot from ground level. You responded by sending in a whole bunch of photos! Thank you all for submitting your lovely work!

As per the rules of the contest, Street Hunters Andrew Sweigart, Digby Fullam, John Hughes and myself, chose one photo each. The next step was to select the very best one of the four and present it here to you.

So, the lucky winner of the November 2018 Street Photography Contest is Markos Kyprianos and this is his photograph.

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November 2018 monthly theme contest

Dear Streethunters.net Readers,

The eleventh Monthly Theme Contest photos for 2018 have been submitted and we have made our choices. Please keep in mind that the process of choosing a photo from the November 2018 Street Photography Contest Submissions was not easy!

But let’s take a look at all the photos that were submitted and accepted in this Monthly Theme Contest.

ATTENTION: The photos that didn’t meet the Theme or the Editors criteria were not chosen to be in the shortlist. They have been disqualified or removed. If your pic isn’t in the shortlist, don’t get discouraged. Try again next month!

At this moment I would like to thank each and every participant for submitting their“Rat’s Eye View” photograph. We have a collection 9 valid submissions which can all be seen below.

Inside Wayne Richards' Camera Bag - Bag no. 168

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Inside Wayne Richards’ Camera bag! (Bag No168)

“Hello,

This is what I take for a regular days street shooting. Once, I am at the location I use the wrist strap so my camera is always in hand and ready. The only time I switch the camera off is to change battery.

I shoot Jpeg and Raw. My settings vary depending on the conditions and what I am trying to document but generally I try to stick to an aperture of F5.6 to F8 which is the sweet spot for the 23mm lens I’m using.

I find I am more productive if I have a project or theme in mind prior to shooting, rather than randomly wandering in search of something to shoot. At this particular time I’m enjoying experimenting with a high contrast style.

My one piece of advice would be to invest time in your own education rather than gear.

The contents of my bag:”