Your street photography is wonderful
You've captured India very sincerely without the usual shock horror of poverty.
Could you comment on which camera + lenses you used for each set?
I particularly love the shoot from Vietnam!
I'm heading to Vietnam and Cambodia to shoot next year.
I've just about given up on Canon, having tried lots of lenses to get the look I'm after.
Not even the new Sigma 35mm worked for me.
I prefer my Fuji's (X-Pro1 and XE-1) for my work, which is 99% travel and street.
I have a 24-70 II arriving on Wednesday and if that can't scratch my itch, it'll be either Nikon D800E or Leica M for me.
Keep up the great work and if you are on 500px, please share...
Happy New Year
My street photography is almost entirely shot with a small 35mm f2. A cheap lens on either Canon or Nikon. My latest blog post is all shot with a 35mm f2 and very occasionally a 50mm 1.4. the ratio is probably about 80/20%
For me, for street photography you need a camera that responds quickly and doesnt lock up like the Fuji's ( which I had) They are very pretty and take nice images but ultimately lacking responsiveness to be fluid. All my street stuff was with a d3s until my last trip which was the 5d3. Barring a poor dynamic range its perfect, not least because of the silent mode which the Nikons lack. The d600 is pretty quiet but was not in the same league as a 5d3 in my opinion for ergonomics. My best all round set up is a 5d3 and a 35mm f2, 50 1.4 and like you Ive been all over the place looking for the best combination I can find. Bigger lenses are awkward on the street I think and you are not shooting all that much wide open anyway, you can zoom with your feet. The little 35mm f2's are small and discreet.
all these are shot with that Canon set up I have just described.