Daily Carry: Street Photography Set 1
Entry No. 38
I have gotten used to carrying my mirrorless Sony camera for day trips, as well as for casual photos, such as street photography. I love the ease of use as well as the image quality that the Sony camera system produces. However, they are not discrete cameras not compact. They draw attention & attention paired with a camera isn't always ideal.
Introducing my Leica X1. A tiny, 12-megapixel camera that is discrete, small, easy to use, & renders beautiful images.
Truly, I am still getting to know the Leica X1, but love it as an introduction to the Leica camera series. So, I want to start a new blog series, featuring this camera's images I take when I am 'out & about.'
These are quiet, simple, and creative photos, where I am more focused on the image's composition & the setting of the photo rather than my camera settings & use may be watching me.
I hope to create more 'run & gun' photos that I can share in a Journal entry to inspire you to photograph with a point-&-shoot camera.
A variety of these images were shot in a greenhouse, car lots, & other places in Ohio.
It doesn't matter if you use a box camera or you use a Leica; the important thing is what motivates you when you are photographing. -Eve Arnold