Hi, I'm Lief. I'm taking up street photography in 2021. I used to code but got tired of studying and using software for fun after nearly two decades of tinkering and unexpected academia. I got into coding through design so getting into a purely visual, practical world is a big relief for me.
I chose street photography because it's inexpensive. A good enough (fit for purpose) camera can be found for a couple of hundred pounds, and is pocketable. I'm talking about the Ricoh GR, my camera of choice. It's perfect for newbies who want a fast snapper with a great lens and no zoom to fuss with. I chose the GR over the GR III after watching this video.
I don't post process my shots except for scaling them down for the web, so there's very little software involved. I do use the effects built into the camera as I shoot. I mostly use the Positive Film setting but you'll find a lot of untouched RAW shots too. Sometimes I snap with the viewfinder off, just for fun. I prefer to preserve the look of the shots as I've captured them, as that feels more natural to look back upon, for me. Personal feelings take precident over commercial appeal.
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firstname.lastname@example.org / +447751190944 / Try to get me on Signal first, as that's most private. Please don't call without prior text if I don't know you.
Shout out to AWS for the hosting, WinSCP for the uploading, Affinity for the editing, SFPG for the presenting, and Ricoh for the snapping.