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London Street Portraits

In November 2014 I was lucky enough to get a place on a Street Photography workshop run by Eric Kim. I wrote a longer post about the weekend on my Photography Basics site. It was a great weekend, I learnt lots and was very happy with the street portraits I got with the guidance of Eric and the other people attending the workshop.

While I was taking these street portraits, I really enjoyed chatting to the subjects rather than just taking a quick photo and walking off. A smile and a pleasant attitude is all that you need most of the time.

Attending a workshop like this has also spurred me on to run workshops myself in the future. Hopefully the not too distant future.

Anyway, this is my collection of London Street Portraits. I use a Fuji X100s for all of these, a fabulous camera for digital street photography.

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