The good thing about primitive street style blogs is that they could be seen as a gigantic documentary archive of the day-to-day clothing of real people, not like today, that they are all personalities of the fashion weeks, a photodiary that explores the ethnographic side of dress.
As a result, there is already an antagonistic current that advocates the freshness of the anonymous snapshot rather than the capture of the recurrent pose of presumed it girls and other initiates in official fashion. The accounts Instagram David Luraschi, baptized the Sartorialist of sadness, and the Londoner Alex Sturrock , the Streetgeist website of the angelino photographer Alkistis Tsitouri, and even Ramiro e’s new project, Nothanksbyramiroe (It’s not another street style blog ) as a motto), they attest to that. Look, see if there will be business there too.
Being a fashion photographer Hong Kong is shooting at the right moment, capturing the emotions between people, capturing the ideal light, stopping to look, observe… not only is shooting and showing the photos through the screen.
There is such bombardment of images of low, and dubious technical quality that… but if it does not matter how they are made, what difference does it make, they are beautiful, but they stay in that, beautiful they are photographs, not PHOTOGRAPHS.
It is not the camera, it is the PHOTOGRAPH that through his knowledge, through his position with the camera, and depending on the plane he uses, he is able to transmit a sensation that becomes emotion. It is not a photographer who only pays his taxes, or charges for it, (that too), there are hundreds of amateur photographers with a talent and enormous charisma.
The history of the digital camera begins on December 12, 1975. Steve Sasson was responsible for this novelty with digital technology. The quality was equivalent to 0.01 megapixels and it took 23 seconds to save a black and white photograph on a cassette tape.