Street, disease and New York (episode 37)
For episode 37 we interview the friendly Luciano Del Buffalo. He’s a consummate street photographer from New York, who has some lovely work.
Luciano has been published, he’s a keen traveller and loves talking about street photography – luckily for us.
In this podcast we consider:
- shooting close up
- permission for shooting
- working with homeless
- zones and tones
- importance of practise
- time of the day
- shooting is a disease
- overcoming confrontations
We look at questions like:
- Does gear improve your work?
- Why trips keep you fresh
- Why you don’t want that killer photo
Luciano went under the phlogger’s random questions, so find out why he would upgrade his brain and the next Leica camera.
0 how he met Dominique and Sarah + street intro
11 ethics and shooting candids
21 starting in photography wtih zones and framing
26 shooting in france + dealing with issues
30 equipment choice
36 gear and improvment
40 traveling to london and cuba
46 time of day to shoot
54 the shot of your life + choosing where to live
57 worst experience shooting street
66 why is street photography important
72 random questions
Luciano Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/delbufalophoto/
Luciano website – http://www.delbufalophoto.com/