MINDEN, AMIT TUDNI AKARTÁL A STREET STYLE FOTÓZÁSRÓL II. rész – Hogyan fotózz? – PARIS FASHION WEEK

Vivienne Westwood show just ended, heading over to Elie Saab.

Thought I'd tell you some details of these shows.

Especially in Paris, they keep these shows in secret, so if you sign up as Press, you get the details in email, because they are scared of the terror attacks, so the informations and details of these shows are not as easy acces as the ones in Milan.

There it’s available for everyone.

We usually get to the loctaion 20-30 mins before the show, that’s when people start to show up, so we can take some pictures, get some rest while the show is being held, and when it’s over and models and celebrities are coming out, we get the chance to take some more photos, and here we are, so let’s get started.

Transportation and driving is pretty difficult during FW, traffic jams everywhere, you see mainly Mercedes cars, because they are the main sponsors.

And this is the ’fight time’ when we all try to take the best pictures, keeping our heads up, being careful not to walk into others’ pictures.

Models are pretty difficult to catch for a photo, because they are in a rush to the next show, they have no time to pose, so we are happy if they are stop for a second so I’m switching back to my 75mm lensg and take some shots.

I love the spontaneous pictures and to use objects, like a motorbike’s mirror between the camera and the model, so there is this little trick, like the following ones.

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Lights are good, so I’ll show some pictures of Paris.

It’s 2 am, I’m editing the pictures, but feeling super sleepy, so I might head to bed, but as the days go by, I always drop behind, because it’s about 1800-2000 pictures/day.

I always take single shots, some does multiple, that’s even more.

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Can barely talk, so I’ll take a shower then off to bed.

These are the chosen pictures for now, this old man has his style.

Off for today.

Usually I just follow the GPS instead of using my head so just follow the rest of the photographers.

Oh here is a nice Porsche! Usually just following them instead I know where I am goin'.

Got scared for a sec, because when I showed my bag to the security guy, my lens didn’t seem that many, but then went through them.

That is one of the cool thing of the MILC system But I can fit 3 lens, a charger, water and an apple into this bag, so it’s comfy.

I’ll look around here at Champs-Élysées.

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Got to the Opera, it’s Stella McCartney show time, running late again, started to rain so I had to change, then it stopped.

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Now we’re waiting outside, because it’s show time.

We walk a lot many times, because taking the metro would be as fast as walking Getting here took me 18 mins by walk this time, would have been 10 by metro so whatevs.

You have to flexible with your lens, I really love my 75mm and used it for most of the time, there was one part, where everything was too close, so I had to use my 45 one, my fave, I always use it for gastro, food pictures, street style, everything.

I like the 75mm because the bokeh and it is better for portraits.

As I see, the show just finished, so lemme switch my lens quick and take some pictures.

Don’t know what’s going on today, checked the lens and everything, but my photos are so blurry never had any issue.

I got sharp images 95% of the time.

Maybe today is just not the right day for it.

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Most photographers went to the fron but I stayed here.

The frame is better and it’s not too sunny.

so I might end up with better pictures, but no one is here.

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While everybody is taking pictures, but @garconjon just walks around, he shoots differently.

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Today just ended, haven’t taken that many videos today, rather photos and been fighting with the rainy, windy weather.

The fact that many photographers doesn’t respect the street is so upsetting, they come as amateurs and don’t give a crap if you’ve been waiting there already, they walk into your photos, etc, so ends up no so well.

So whoever decides to do Street styling, learn how to take pictures first, check other people’s work, and head to the street after doing some research or just stay in the back and be respectful.

The ones that have been in this industry for a while now, they’ve been saying that it changed a lot lately, back then there were only photographers on the streets, like @garconjon and others now everybody is out there who has a camera, many paparazzis, only for celebirty pictures and they are soo pushy to take a picture with e.

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Lewis Hamilton or Naomi Campbell.

And that one picture is their main thing, nothing else matters to them.

It should be work different then that.

And that one picture is their main thing, nothing else matters to them.

It should be work different then that.

As you see, street style is not so easy, nor physically, nor technically, mainly physically, because you’re on your feet all day, got wet, cold, then hot throughout the day, but you’ll end up with some good photos, good friends, so it’s all good, but tough sometimes.

Today is the last day, the 5th, which is weird, feels like I’ve got here yesterday.

Wanted to catch the Chanel show today, was at 10 am, but when I checked in the hotel last midnight, I realised my flight is around 1 pm, so have to be at the airport by noon, Hope this video was useful and I could inspire you guys a bit, was a bit chaotic, because it’s pretty difficult to take pictures and videos at the same time, but I hope I’m getting better at it, and if you have any questions, message me, follow me and subscribe and come to Paris, because it’s beautiful.

And they’re cooling their foods and drinks over there ont he ’balcony’.

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