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Photo by Gilberto Lacchia

Introduction

Gilberto Lacchia is a Street Photographer from Italy. He is an open minded, highly intelligent individual who’s open to to trying out new things in photography.

How did I meet Gilberto?

I met Gilberto online when he enlisted for the STREET PHOTOGRAPHY 101 – ONLINE, TAILOR-MADE STREET PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP. He had just got out of another Street Photography workshop and he was looking for that extra something that would make him see things a little bit differently. He was looking to change his point of view and his relationship with Street Photography and his subjects. He was interested in learning new things and trying out new approaches to the art such as colour. So, he contacted Street Hunters via the Workshop page and that is how we met.

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The enthusiam of a group of boys in front of a camera, in Laos

At Street Hunters, we love it when people get in touch with us to tell us about projects they’re working on – there’s a world of readers and photographers out there and it’s impossible for us to keep our ears to the ground for everything!

Last week we had an email from a fan in Brazil called Felipe Sant’Ana Pereira, who had a really amazing and inspirational story to share with us. It was so interesting that we wanted to share the story on the site, so here goes!

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Moon on a stick by Casper Macindoe

Introduction

Welcome back readers, to the second part of ‘Pushing Practice’. To recap. Due to unfortunate circumstances I had to send my beloved Fujifilm x20 to the repairs and was quoted 4 weeks repair time. What to do whilst I wait? I bought a second hand Panasonic point and shoot. This is what I thought.

‘Oh my god, will that flash stop going off man!!!’
‘Hmm no changing ISO then – humpf’

It was a difficult and slightly irritating switch between cameras although I don’t blame the Panasonic for that, sometimes getting into a new car can throw out your learned skills. Eventually, well 20 minutes later we were as one!

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Introduction

Progression and development are probably in most of our ideas of what a street photographer should include in their practice but it is often enough because we enjoy being recognised for ‘such and such’ whether that be black and white or colour, from HCB school of romantic imagery or more gritty urban of Boogie we fail to change until change is brought upon us.

My change was brought upon me just last week. The turning dial switch on of my beloved Fujifilm X20 stopped working and therefore wouldn’t turn off and wouldn’t autofocus at 28mm which is a place I like to be in my shooting. So to the repairs it had to go.