Visiting Moscow, street photography, Part II

Posted on Aug 31, 2013

In this blog post, I want to talk a bit more about the equipment I’ve used during my two weeks spend in Moscow.

Like I said in the previous post, for the second time in a row I’ve brought with me only a mirrorless camera.

The mirrorless camera I’ve used during the trip was the Samsung Nx. I’m a big fan of the system since the first mirrorless from Samsung, the Nx 100.
I think Samsung has the best lens offer in the mirrorless market (at the moment of writing, Aug 2013) with great fixed focal lens from 16mm to 85mm. I’ve personally tested all the fixed lens and I’ve found them excellent.

I intend photography (at least my personal photos, not my commercial works) as a tool that helps me to reminds emotion, a moment and a story that I’ve lived. I love to documents those moments and then to live them back on with the photos. Photography can freeze a moment and that moment is always able to get back to your eyes. So I really love to carry always with me the camera: all the moments can become an interesting emotion to record inside a picture.

Shooting for more than 10 years, I got quite tired of having with me kilos and kilos of equipment. A lot of the time I was getting with me only the reflex with the 50mm but still was a bulky and big combination to carry with me in all the different situation.

Mirrorless camera has changed totally my approach to photography cause I can take the camera always with me and record what I see, forgetting to have something heavy and not comfortable to carry all day around.

Moscow Street Photography Black and White

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