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Interesting you say that, most of my shots in this thread are KM 5D, A700 and A850. Only the last two posted this morning are Nex. I think "street" is in your eyes, not in the tools, allthough I agree the Nex works well for it.Matt, Vivek, pegelli: You're once again exemplifying that the NEXes take to street photography like a duck to water ... :thumbup:
pegelli: Yes, really interesting. My "first" camera is a Nikon D 700 (so you won't find pictures from that camera here) and I use it for "street" as well. But for me the primary reason for purchasing the NEX was indeed its capability for that genre. That might enlighten the false conclusion . But of course you're right: You will achieve great results in street photography with any camera and any lens, assumed you have the eye for the scene and for the moment that makes the difference (keyword: distinctive slice of everyday life).Interesting you say that, most of my shots in this thread are KM 5D, A700 and A850. Only the last two posted this morning are Nex. I think "street" is in your eyes, not in the tools, allthough I agree the Nex works well for it.
Btw, like your tunnel shot a lot, great perspective combined with a decisive moment.
Hermann: Thanks! Went to India and I've been pretty much tied up at work, since we got back. Glad to be back. I'm enjoying seeing and posting photos again.Matt: Particularly like the second one (nice composition and perspective here), the papaya vendor/customer capture from the set further up and most of all, that you're back. :salute: