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all right I think we should be live now and I'm checking I'm checking on my 90 minutes for me minutes no on my on my screen it's it's life let me to buy how much coverage it was in the Commons no not my life we're life it has a delay but we're like oh it's a yes it's red live so very professional you might can yeah this is I hear myself speaking it's crazy do you have it on the back of your computer is that why oh yeah yeah yeah like the screen also in all my to my TV this is very weird who's okay yeah but some someone of yours who's watching the live stream I'm watching live stream right now okay do you have to have your headphones on no I'm like like just in front of my my phone and behind that I have my TV you know I can see just can you turn on the volume on your on your TV working just fine can you turn on the volume on your TV because we have an echo we know ten downloads enough I can't I can't see anything okay can you guys here we are we like it seems to be working I'm looking at it on the TV but the BIOS yeah you have to turn down the volume on the live playback because I made the same mistake I just have the official live stream open air and already okay so Jeremy are you still there I'm still there okay I mean I think I can just switch between your cameras and we'll show in the last room yeah nice okay it's suddenly really quiet I think I'm watching it I mean people are definitely watching us right now I switched my headphones do you guys still here no okay so I guess now we can finally stop yeah yeah so when I come to everyone who joined our official is it the podcast no it's just a live chat this is maybe the second live stream I ever did I don't know if anyone watched my first one this take took me like three hours to set it up so I don't have any structure of plans for today we will just talk about some photography nerdy stuff I don't know we will talk about digital about this film but we were nuts like fight each other like decide what is better maybe let's start by let me introduce you guys first and then I will let you introduce yourself cuz I can already see some of the viewers I think no no Jason and Jeremy of course for my channel and of course mr. bellos so the the secret mystery guest is of course mr. Jason this is the first time on my channel thank you for having me yeah thank you for joining us your channel is called Stokey easy right yeah stock easy that's not easy yeah because I never know dr. Spota it's not related to photos just just so everybody knows that that existed before I actually took okay cameras so I know yeah like stock imagery but obviously that's not what I do so that's what I thought okay so it's meaning so me and a friend back in the day tried to start like a little clothing line and it was a it was called stocks and bonds and he was Willy bonds and I was Jimmy stocks so stock and now it's now it's on everything and I guess it kind of works for photography's yeah good yeah oh it sounds Stuckey's you don't know yes it's lame so cool no it sounds gangster but I could grab right now like a pair of sunglasses first maybe where are you based on yeah you're based in New York City right yes yeah I'm born and raised here I was born in Harlem I grew up in Brooklyn in the Bronx so I tend to stay here and shoot I mean I travel often and when I get the chance I'll bring my cameras with me and and try to shoot a little street wherever I go yeah you can't imagine how jealous y'all you were living in me I mean this is like speed photography you haven't right that's what everyone thinks yeah you know you know that's debatable right now I'm not gonna shoot like I think one of the most interesting things is when a photographer that is not from New York a lot of youtubers come here I'd love to see what they shoot you know put them here every day so the grass is kind of always greener there's a lot going on but there's a lot of people moving real fast on cellphones in Manhattan right now so it's not always most pleasing aesthetic you know yeah I also heard from someone that on a sunny day you can see like 10 Street photographers in the same street oh yes yeah there you go you know if you're doing it wrong it's funny because me I mean Ben and I we both live in Hamburg here and I think we never see another studio all right well no no they should I sometimes see someone who could be who might be but I'm never sure I think one time I did I did I saw someone who was very very much looking like was doing the photo way to take me but I'm not sure what's your first thought to that when you see how the street for talking I like I'm actually curious I want to see what they take I'm like oh nice another one it's I feel alone you know it's because I think photography is very lonely somehow it's also not only negative but it's kind of not many people understand only those who understand it the most of the time do it I always give them like it is not you know like yo what's up they know what's up you know so let's continue with you because I think I found you first for your channel and yeah like you see I have no scripture many tell us like what what do you shoot you are first of all I have so many questions because this is the first time I'm talking to you you had you go like having I know you get some all these awesome like us and then your talk telling me that usually you like a commercial it must be New York but yeah it's it's weird because um you know if you would have asked me two years ago if I would just like have like us sitting around my apartment I wouldn't said hell no but if I can't say that it's something that I ever aspired to have because cameras just kind of feel like a tool to get something done and I want to be accessible and you know this is interesting when you guys started talking about doing film versus digital my perspective on it is that I shoot film just so anybody that's like a die-hard or a purist can't say anything about my perspective and how I shoot you know I mean it's like okay you don't think I could shoot well here's some film images that look like everything else that she how are you gonna say you know so I guess like it just reached out to me because I think that aspiration of people wanting to own this like really expensive mmm luxury item and shooting itself like honor it's starting to fade away because photography is more accessible so why why would I buy a $5,000 body and a $10,000 lens when I can do it with a $2,000 rig or less you know and the question is like know that you you try to like out can you come back from death you know just like everything there's certain things that I dislike about Fuji that's a lie I love everything they do to be the perfect camera for me I think it's amazing but um so okay so right now I'm holding onto this thing right here and I've never shot like go before this is an MP 240 MP – yeah I'm 40 that I kind of like my in my dream like I always see it the npn things like this is the I think the most yeah but I would rather own this and film than digital yeah yeah you do I think from this not so old I made a new film camera and I made P which is also a fire it's the only film camera they make right now and this is digital like you know they want to keep it as pure as possible so you still have to take it off like you're loading film and you like battery in there my there's no electronic viewfinder so it's it doesn't necessarily make photography any more accessible it's just for the purest right so knowing what it is that I want to accomplish I don't I don't feel like this is always the best tool I love it and people treat me differently when I walk around but I don't know that it's helping me take any better photos you know like did you did you experience that like like when you I show you some Canon or Nikon like the you know like the like the for like gia sellout the big one you know and when you use like a Fuji or like app for sure people are gonna look look at you differently because it's less how can I say it doesn't look like I can say something really big and really like you're gonna be on the face you know yes more like yeah somebody maybe more this commercial that we were shooting the other day and it was the Fuji and Leica kind of inspired this emotional response to the cameras right like if you were holding a Canon and you see somebody else with a Canon you're not gonna say shit to each other you won't say a word but if you have a Fuji and the other person has a Fuji or to like us you will nod and you will be like yeah so I mean I I think they're on par so if I was using a Canon and I got a Leica I think my response to it might be different but like I feel like I'm already holding on to that that same vibe that feel from the Fugees because they've managed to conjure up that same that same emotional response to their cameras you know you feel directly responsible for the image that comes out of that camera because you're turning those dials and you know the camera inside and out so like green and you say something like the other day when we talk like and you said that like Fuji like they they managed to do like some kind of like a bridge mm-hmm to like rough digital like to uh and like maybe you film eventually like it happens it's amazing I agree nothing like it yeah man how fast we we are talking about like in the room right so we need to talk about it I also had my first life experience today because I I have to give a shout out to da 1 da mangiare for watching this he let me play with his you got like 10 digital one okay and then Silva and yet like a small silver lens I don't remember which one it is but it's a 28 and it looks like the really old-school like a lenses and you know after cuz I I never had it in my hands before I'd like a camera so I was touching it and like turning the dyes and pushing the buttons like a high quality camera there was nothing that is loose you know they got the right amount of tension in the dance and you know it was released I don't know I was not speechless but I already felt it's absolute perfection I agree it really and really felt amazing and I took one shot just one because I was like nice to be able to you know focus and that was so clear I can really focus accurately you know and then I took one shot and shot that sound I mean it's really quiet but it was so sexy and then the the image on the screen looks so amazing for me as an outside outside of is never ever had a like and descent I know it's absurd this way I like him in the name you know remember and for me it sounds like I don't know like in a cobbler he talked about I don't know the amazing Mike and I am I feel like I have to try it but at the same time I'm trying to remember that it's only a camera what would be different but and so I have to ask him is it that much of a difference you know what you know you don't know what you're talking about at some point maybe to take some question from the chat maybe later but I I think feels like somewhere that's it like stuck easy is gonna drop a mixtape yeah if we see something we want to address the comment section we can do that but I thought maybe we keep that this glint so maybe goose goes through all the questions after I am II can't go you guys yeah I suppose you also like the the last show the Leica M 10 D Dean Effendi yeah that's the newest one right because no screen right this is like the like I suppose the experience of like an on camera but digit also I don't know it's it seems gimmicky like I mean it's like I would I don't know what do you think I mean I think I think personally like if it's good not gonna have a screen it better be cheaper right yeah yeah I like the simplicity I like the idea of not constantly checking my images but there are some times that I do want to see my images so it's the same thing with this it's like ya manual focusing is great I can walk around doing FA all the time but like sometimes I just want to shoot an autofocus you know like photography for me is like having whatever is gonna make me execute my idea as fast as possible right I don't want to be slowed down in any way if something is happening I want to be able to respond to it so I don't know if that's always the best option yeah so this is I mean this is beautiful don't get me wrong like if that's if they gave it to me and I get to keep this thing I would shoot with it all the time and what Bello was saying yes the files on this thing are fucking gorgeous they are absolutely stunning like there is a for sure I'll give it that it's not just a gimmick there's some quality coming out of this camera but the operation of using it I don't know that always makes sense yeah yeah I mean I like the dial on the back yeah imagine that this I would love to use the ISO tie like that yeah yeah change it creepy I mean the Fuji your ex 100f has that right I mean yeah I don't know yeah I like the one of the x1 of the F but I I send you know when you say maybe gonna be more I don't know because on the back so it's several you don't have to like play it up or something so you can just turn in and it's okay but I mean it looks also cool but yeah yeah what I liked about the and then you notice that the ISO that is here right where the film advance no not film advance the wires you rewind you rewind yet so they made it is all dial and it feels like loading a film like not really but you're setting your ISO and then because you have to like lift it up you don't do that like all the time yeah so you can be like I think I would saw a video of Matt Stuart he said like if I if he goes down to the subway you just put it on ISO 1600 and then it's good to go you know if you goes up then maybe it's like thinking in the food terms absolutely that's kind of how I have it set now it's just pushed to 6400 and I just leave it like that all the time to it and I let it figure it out I always shoot an after prize what do you guys as K I'm curious to know like what is your stock setting when you go outside you working manual are you doing like shutter priority aperture priority what headspace Jeremy let's go from left to right so like me usually I'm like Oh manual but I am one like quick but um it's like for the you call in English so I mean it's like the autofocus yes I so this is the baby okay so I'm using like that button like this one the you can see it the yellow button I just like me the custom button for the autofocus so it's like a way to to make sure as you said like this is a tool and I want like to take that photo quickly and even if I'm in manual mode okay I I just push that button and everything's gonna be in focus I also use a lot you know the peak will give me the peaking curving yeah it's very useful it's like read on mine and it's really helping me you know I love to be it was like f/8 when you shooting fully manual or you just like manual focusing sometimes as well like no manual focus focusing all the time and I mean because we talked about that with with someone like back in London I mean like maybe like from let's say four months four or five months I'm now able you know to just set my my stuff just just by looking around you know because before I was just making sure okay I need to put like that about share everything but now it's natural I can just look outside I'm good yeah and I'm very happy about that ah you know I'm just talking using the Sun focusing actually because I love that yeah I really love that because it's very freeing I think because you don't really I mean you can basically set your stuff and free focusing and when you really need you just like quickly oh no I cannot show you like that right now the Jones know off camera you know the baby of Minolta and uh like oh yeah the love child yeah you know I this is like the the bust out of winter from do you wanna Sneed take off the lens cap [Laughter] [Laughter] you have to say that it's plus 18 is this the 28 no this is the formula does is like equivalent like of the Swami Chrome this one yeah they say it's the same interior right the same glasses in construction and this is like the 28 right down looks nice with the lens hood yeah it's me you look sexy but yeah it's no I mean this is very I I really love like the concept of zone focusing yeah again it's only way to shoot failure if you slow down you're doing portraits but street photography zone focusing is the most freeing thing in the world and like you have to get to a point where you have enough money to like like that but like you just got a shoot you know with me with your instincts because you're gonna miss a lot you know what is it my god that's like a lettuce you know because you have the focusing tab and then you can if you really know your lens like you know exactly like where your closes I like it I mean it makes sense you know like you all know every Kim I suppose yeah okay on this blog it talked about like something I really really enjoy he said that you can don't focusing by feel basically you know that like the dead center let's say it's a white point between white point one point two and 1.5 meters okay on this so if you go like let's say 45 degrees to the left you know you're gonna be like focus to like the Sun focus is a big like close if you go 45 like degrees to the right it's gonna focus like way beyond so it can help I suppose but I need to know like your opinion on that Jason because you're like more explains that a son don't matter but yeah if you sing in the field you know instead of just doing there I'm doing that and yeah what do you think so again with this like a Tempe the 240 you have to shoot it like film it you have to shoot it exactly like film because it has the optical viewfinder the proper range finder on it and obviously the same some focus in techniques but I know now from shooting the m7 for a few months that like if I push this all the way to my left here that that whoever's next to me is about one arms distance away alright yeah so if I want to get close to someone I'm just slamming this to the left at two feet to arms distance away right in the center there so anything like six feet away I know at f/8 they're gonna be in focus here and if they're further away I'll just like kind of gauge the rest of this travel distance but like one arm two arms and that's I'm not taking pictures of anybody much further than that right so that's kind of like for like right using those under focusing can you I mean you don't need to be like precise on that matter but I mean like now that you I don't know if it's master but you're like you you either like a lot of things like you do you've done a lot of thing like we've done focusing what's your success rate so nada yeah this was actually kind of funny because I was super timid when I had to m7 cuz all the other film cameras that I shot have autofocus and big you know you can and if they don't you can actually the range finders a little bit harder to I think get your focus manual focus when I got my first six rolls back surprising only like five images out of the six rolls were like unusable like completely Lucas i sat there because I remember back in the day man I wish it was um everybody should everybody street I don't know if you guys have seen that documentary oh yeah and so let's with cinema I can't remember this guy's name but one of the photographer's on it was like you know people don't practice in the sense like with photography like you just go outside you do it right feels like I used to sit in my backyard and I would focus going okay I know this is four feet here where my computer desk ends right okay now I'm gonna go from here to my door and I'm gonna do that as fast as possible so it just becomes muscle memory you know doing chess yeah you have to do it cuz you're gonna get out there and use I mean you're spending $30 a roll you got a lot you're right and you know I that's oh like again maybe some people can I say like yeah this is like Perez fing and stuff but the reality is because as you said you're spending so much money on it you find yourself like in a position when you it's a responsibility mm-hmm you know like it is you're gonna spend that a lot anyway like for the development everything unless you're doing it yourself so every shot count really it has to I like that I like that VCT I would like that that's you know it's like it's positive and then it's a negative because like if you just started with film in a time when film is incredibly expensive now you're being timid to shoot right when in reality you should just be shoot you cheat cheat cheat cheat cheat like non-stop and have you got to think about the price of every what happened to me because I was the gia and I was getting heated up and I was getting more and more ended in the zone and shooting more money and then I noticed what I liked what I don't like him how I should have why I should and then I switched to Emily and I sometimes ask myself who maybe was too early so that's what I always when I go out and I have always two cameras one another can they break because no it's easy it's it's small on you can also carry it with you in my jacket yeah okay so you're always carrying like digital and like the little camera yeah okay because I was myself it was like I mean like like a cheat to have both aw I mean it doesn't matter I mean you I don't know what do you think I think I think it's I'm not sure I think I actually I feel like that too but not like a cheap but I'm like the the jeonnam doesn't give me what I want I want the analog but it's I can't have it because it's too expensive right and I know that I'm not as fast and as it's I'm super store without know so with Ricky gee I could just have in dresses he said Jason and intuition and I had a feeling of I think there might be something there and I just took it without even thinking about it and then it turned out to be something and I wasn't as far as tonnage myself way Wow whether the this come from I didn't see it but I knew it was there now with Anna look I get that feeling but it's already gone when I'm ready like I'm okay because yeah you didn't you know you had it you had a feeling but like you just let it go because yeah exactly this happens no more often so I think it's important from for me at least to have both because sometimes I just see something and I'm with them we could you know I'm just like okay just take it don't think too much just do it with the end of look I don't have that I have to think I have to think what life is it what happens should do I need a little you have the canyon at the yeah yeah camera yeah what that was called the poor man's Leica when it yeah yeah it's the meters where they said and so this and off on the release I got on YouTube and everything this just felt like this might be the best choice for me so and I don't regret it alone in the first moments where kind of hard and unused for me like I don't know uncomfortable because I didn't know what I was doing and I don't know if you you – it has this also exposure thing and the camera would look on me when I the first day I wanted to try it on and I couldn't shoot and I was like what the fuck I've got a broken camera yeah no no that I got used to damn very valuable feature yeah it is now I like it but I don't I don't go to auto anymore anyways and I wish that it would have a clickable and a picture so what's your street set up time when you're shooting I don't have one yet at the moment my favorite is ASA 400 and I tried to go to 250th of a second and literally mental yes okay I'm trying and I actually I want to get myself a I don't know you call them very light meters a light meter because look at the Holly Peter at not yeah but you can only use it if you if it's on auto auto yeah yeah so and one man you let up I can't use it and we we at the end of the episode that's coming next year right so the comments okay there's we went out in shorts and we had a friend with us who brought a light meter and is super comfortable to to just know okay this is this is the light and until I have that in my glove like I know like you said Tracy you know very sorry and you could look out the window and you know this is that like these are these settings but you know you can you can also buy some apps you know on your home just yeah the problems I don't have a smartphone and actually I even have a I don't know how you call them it with buttons like the old oops phones with not even I don't have internet on my phone not even a phone and I only have an iPad for apps and stuff because you can completely live without that but I it's stupid to walk around like this would like me to like be used it's a suppose yeah yeah yeah they say he said things pretty cheap too you can get this for like like maybe like 100 bucks or something I think I got it fine yeah yeah but you know I'm I'm a student and I don't have a lot of money so okay so Sam what do you what are you rocking what's your street set up bro already know so yeah I just have my I only showed this but do you shoot man you on the street I like I know yeah just item it has it like sticky aperture blades not really fast to turn on and shoot and yeah and Bella wanted to try out street photography and then I gave him my Rico gel yeah I know in terms of settings I you know my my first street photography settings video which is my I think my most viewed video but all the settings I showed there are now completely you know I don't do any of them because I think that I was like only manual everything manual sometimes alright so but I actually like all the auto functions I mean I still use auto eyes I saw but I also should like or aperture from time to time it's like you know I think it was also every Kim made a video about just shooting auto and concentrating on the scene on the moment but it's not always it doesn't always work with sometimes you want like to separate the subject from the background you need to you know lift up the exposure so I know my base settings are always like and I've addressed the the only thing I changed really because if I go out I like on a sunny day I'm like alright I saw then I choose the shutter speed like between 125th and up to you know it's unlimited from there I want to have like everything in focus so I try to shoot like as close as I can lose the aperture yeah I know that's it and I use the LCD screen oh you don't use the viewfinder not now I am starting to you know shoot mom with misty you find a again but you know when I am this is all due to that Sousa Suki who came to Hamburg and I spend like a day with him and he is because he has like I think his left eye dominant so he shoots like I see he doesn't want to shoot like this so he's always like looking at the screen and he kept like really close to people because he was like you know there's a technique it's called like pretending to shoot video you know like walking on the street like this and just always shooting and shooting and I tried it out and I found out that it was easier for me to just shove the camera on people's faces but this something I don't like about that is you lose like the connection with your subject it's like you're not really focusing on you know the composition and it's it feels like you're just doing snapshots yeah you know when he started out I would take him outside shooting and I had X eat well I never take that outside to shoot I don't use a video but it has this screen that actually flips down man people are like oh you can use that and kind of like be a little more sneaky but we don't have rules when we went out to shoot where I was like alright I'm not allowed to take a photo unless you look through the viewfinder you know what I mean because I felt like if I got too comfortable with looking at the back of my screen then I would be too timid eventually to take a picture of someone you know what I mean I was like hey do you find her only because you can't take the photo you know I'm not saying that in a negative way I'm not saying if the photo is great who the fuck cares that you took it right I'm not judging like I just didn't want to lose that part of me that felt like I could take a picture of someone you know just hmm sorry just to go back on the on the auto setting and everything I don't think that's there's any shame to use Auto when you understand I mean all the power where else because as like Sam said and also you know I mean I mean yeah sometimes you just want like to use a tool and helped yourself to I have your shot and it's okay but I mean I suppose people needs to like to understand like the basics first yeah Lena you can not sure why and allow this you can't get too comfortable and if you get comfortable too early this is it but what I noticed with me doing that if I get too comfortable then I won't do it and I want to understand what I'm doing and I have no chance of improving but yes yeah if you if you don't use it to get lazy or comforta comfortable well if you don't use it to stay in my comfort zone but because I don't know you use that function as a tool and it's okay yeah yeah let's be honest I eat help you also to be fast exactly yeah that's almost like running on auto you do hyper focusing nuts that's film auto like I think a lot of these film I think there's a lot of like misconceptions about what we see from film photographers back in the day like Gary Whitta gran and like see Harry and Bruce Davis and all these guys they used aperture priority they edited their photos that's what the darkroom was for us what that process was like there was just a scandal with Steve McCurry when they found out there were certain things that he was removing it's like people like oh no you can't do this you can't do that and it's like you can't the quality of a photo isn't based off of a proper exposure and that's all Auto gives you you know what I mean like okay you're perfect is your image is properly exposed that doesn't make it great yeah I think I think a lot of people just need to kind of like you know you shoot what works for you and whatever you gotta do for this is why the whole point of this right was film versus digital I really love digital because it is giving me that direct like okay the feedback that I need what didn't work what did work my and this is Saul Leiter like people like him I don't know how the bug they learned anything back then because if I couldn't check my image and see what I was doing I never get anywhere yeah yeah use a lot of expired film also so I don't know how he I mean he made all that awesome blank you know stories an image but as you say there's no rules I mean yes there's some rules but at the end of the day you do your thing and if you're comfortable it not too much I mean it's always good to be on the you know and yeah it works yeah it's like oh this is how you do it this is how it goes there's a comment here I just want to yeah throw this in the conversation yet one say one guy asked what do you guys think about stage or post photos made to look candid I believe there was some controversy that Steve McCurry did okay I was amazed when we went Sam when we went to the world street photography exposition I was amazed at the William Klein images and I loved the the the small boys with the gun and stuff and then when I watched a documentary oh I don't know this biography thing about him I was so disappointed and finding out that these images were posed so for me it's okay it's great photography you can't do it but it for me takes something away I love to have a real moment before before having something stage both is okay but I prefer the moment that actually happens because I think this is even greater Jason I wanna know your thoughts on that Jason ah man I I would never do it but if I didn't know it's oh god that's so hard to say cuz it's like if the image is impactful right the the viewer is the one that's creating the story anyway right you don't get to explain your photos once you take the image that's it it's everybody else's now you know and you don't get to say well if you look at this then you might notice it's just it's just there and I feel like his William Klein's images they're so beautiful and impactful like it does suck to know that he didn't that wasn't just something that was happening there's like knots and badass kids out there holding guns like if you never learned that wasn't like it's just great it's still art you know I agree with Beto a thing I think it's it takes something because I mean again it's like a personal thing so everyone is opinion on that matter but I like you know the kick and the adrenaline when you take your photo and you know and you know it Jason you know it Sam we know that it's so like I mean it's so good like to just compose that picture that sorry at that moment even if there's something like coming like in the frame that enrich like you know I'm sorry good so why I met this voice while I drop the mic I'm sure you guys know this one Bruce Davidson subway oh yeah okay yeah this book so I always go through now look at the pictures right and I've had this book for years and one day I said you know let me read it and this is credible moments and he talks about his process in shooting subway for the few years that he shot this thing and there's a couple of images in there where people noticed him taking the photo and he was like I'm sorry I don't mean interrupt but this moment is just like so perfect do you mind just like looking back to how you were and Wow okay doesn't mean it isn't because it's not it's it's I think street photography sometimes it's like it's all about your subject right it's about being aware of those moments and like it's not something I would practice but like if I saw somebody like oh who shot Gary Whitta grande that iconic photo of that dude with the book in his mouth do you guys know that one yes I love that picture yeah yeah that gonna look like he knew like maybe he was like hold on stay just like that or something like that right I mean yeah it looks like you just notice like that's it these gooks canal I wouldn't go grab three kids and give him a gun and say go to shoot that but if I saw them I might be like hey point that at the camera hmm it's awesome I think sorry good all right no I just want to say maybe I mean it also is like a part of the a big part of the process of taking straight images I think is also your presence and how are you how you present yourself I use someone like was hiding and you know just snapping like this ninja shots I would say what you are like William Klein or someone who you know talks to the subject and maybe takes more photos you know get to know them the the build-up of the relationship to do right yeah it's not to do yeah yeah your subjects like that on that level sometimes like to go to a stranger and be like hey hold back and you'd have to get that trust from them you know and in this moment so I think that's also a skill that you that not everyone has to go up and talk to a stranger and say like you know do that again like what you just did and then they're doing that I don't know girls honestly because yeah I mean I wanna know like for you guys but for me I I think more about the short I missed or I was just i pros because I don't know I said to myself I know man I don't know I don't feel like comfortable right now for like he or she gonna see me and and I just think about it all the time because I know there's some great shot I miss about about that because I didn't have the you know the strength to just go and like talk to that person I say you're just all like for woman I I never thought up that honestly you never I just oh man it's gone yeah if we will do an exhibition of all our missed opportunities we will all the Magnum photographers gonna try like that exhaust sighs I think I'm gonna next time I feel that I can't take a picture but something is nothing you know I don't feel right I'm just gonna ask the person maybe do it again all just goes deep you see what it's you know it's going because some people actually told me to yeah you can't do it and we had this debate all the time and I was feeling like yeah but if I talk to them the moment is gone but what you just said with hey the moment is so perfect just do what you were doing before this hit really helps because your photo that I shot like that actually I'm gonna share my screen let me find it and I still love this photo to this day because you know I felt the moment and it was perfect and he was there and I asked him for the book asked him for a portrait I don't is a considered street photography still I don't know but I like the image let me see if I can find it on sorry don't mind me for a second I just read the comment about the lack of the state of photography like okay good I'm gonna buy myself like wait come on chef and take my money okay ah application share my screen here we go this is a completely post photo here it is soup really okay yeah I was smoking in the middle of uh like right in front of his bar and he just looked I just love this look you know his hair is matching the smoke like I'm behind him and I walked by him actually I walked by and I was with my girlfriend and I said to her I was like did you see that guy and she was like I know and I was like fuck I really want his photo like I couldn't stop geeking on it and she was like go back and ask him and I was like no I can't do it she asked I was like dude like this is the most cinematic moment like if you would just let me take a quick picture of you you cool with that and he was like he just kind of like stood there for a second he's like yeah whatever man I always wanted a photo like this so I was like just blow smoke into the air and he did it you know and he was just cigarette lit and um in that moment I felt like I guess it was okay right yeah I think this is I think this is kind of in between yeah cuz as close as possible to what you saw no I think it's I don't know I think it's you you don't have a line I think it's an area and I don't think there's a right or wrong I just think what I'm asking you in that situation like cuz I do feel like there has to be a line right like I can't go outside and be like hey I'm gonna put a banana peel here and when you slip that's just not okay right well I mean that I think that's the line is that like if you are going out with a model and passing it off as street photography that's that's not street art yeah I think it's watching what you're trying to do mmm I ever saw like I mean one of my photo when I was in Tokyo now that we like delving to it and you you you told us about I mean that that way you know I was like oh so in Tokyo and there was like um like a juicy uh but Act II and the game was like just in front and he was smoking and as you say I mean is look so cool and I always want to take a picture of guy or anyone anyway like someone just smoking and I just said I just like look at him and said hmm because I cannot see Japanese the state just continued didn't say anything just look at me and just boom yeah but yes that's also how that is fiying are those moments too like isn't that when that does happen isn't it just as satisfying is getting that great photo but I'm happy interacting models yeah yeah yeah yeah well away exactly as you say I mean yeah I mean that's funny like now that we're talking about that I realized that I really cherish that moment because of that connection because it didn't say anything but we understand each other yeah I wish I was happy yeah that's right and I think this is the same thing you always say to with your with your with your picture of the woman and the child how much you how you know I am it where the mother and the boy are turning a dancer how much you wish they could give them the image yeah sneaky yeah I mean I mean and we talked about this connection and you have this kind of love you want to give it but you don't have a way of you know and these other moments are where the love happens in a way you know you connect from both sides now somebody wants to be appreciated and you want to appreciate someone you know and when it happens it's magic it's tender moments yeah yeah I wanted to explore you and I mean this is basically us like directing people it's minimalistic but this is it right but that's the I think that's the beauty is that like you know we get to interact with people and see something in a way and everybody's always like well aren't you afraid that someone's gonna be upset that you took a photo of them and I'm like no like nine times out of ten people are usually flattered yeah I you know that really brilliant exactly might we will do like wait why did you just take my photo but if you're just like I mean you just looked great the light was hitting you this beautiful moment like I just had to show it to them or whatever it might be people are always appreciative you might even make someone's day yes that's true and I mean I exactly I like every time people there's they seems to be afraid and I can understand because me if you ask me like to take my picture I mean I don't know how to you know I'm comfortable like be on your camera for sure but they all like no surprise that first oh wow it's okay okay at that moment this is like this is the best yeah I know I was thinking about that moment when I took that guy's photo and I like I mean you know he's an old white guy I'm a young black kid I'm like I just remembered that moment just being like that was like fucking awesome to interact with this dude that maybe even if I wasn't drinking at this bar we might have never even said two words to each other but like to have like an impromptu photo shoot yeah yeah it was it was it was a hi for me it was like a really great moment yeah I think this is more important than you know just trying to get the best shot and then run away because if you leave an impression and we are sweet photographers you know we as a collective we also have this kind of responsibility to you know not be like assholes you know and some photographers who really want to I don't know make flashy images I think it's nice if if you go out and see a moment that you are able to go back and you know talk to the guy and take the fluoride you know who cares if it's like it's not staged it's just you want to keep that moment for yourself and you're not like faking the whole thing but actually making him aware that he is like the subject did you have interest in I think that's I think it's nice now I would I met this I don't know I'm not so social which sometimes happens like I enjoyed it in a confrontation because most of the time I'm just going with okay let's just fuck up and you can apologize later exactly what I wanted to say when I talk about the dark side you know yes Lisa needs to be very like I was thinking of you know they do more Yama or you know together really go really close and also to Sookie yes we close to people bruised Gildan and I mean I'm very impressed by people like that because I I don't have the like the girls who the I don't want to be as close you know this is not my thing yeah but this is very ballsy man but the truth is I don't have that cut myself it's just in this situation where I'm scared and I don't like that I'm scared so I'm fighting myself I'm I'm going there hunting some I lose many times it's a battle inside of me like okay like do you dare don't you yes that says you can't do it and I'm like shut up you who are you telling me that I can't do it voice wow that's deep man you can talk with that little voice yes I think it's a feeling and a feeling translates into a I don't know voice in my head and I don't like that I am I don't like to be restrained or I don't know so did you you add like some not so presently yeah absolutely well one time one time you East Side and one of the videos one when women I photograph tonight I don't know it was when went out at night anyway I probably drunk and maybe she didn't know if you would if you look good maybe she was puking or not wasn't but maybe like five minutes before and then somebody comes and takes a photo so she was definitely in a moment but I didn't know that I just went and then she confronted me it was a strong reaction and I thought this was as strong as I ever had but really strong is the nothing I just okay it took a picture I told her I will delete it I deleted it I accidentally took two shots and I only deleted one and I didn't know and later I found out that I still have it much so I'm not but I can't use it or share or whatever and know what what what if it was on the on a role on films yeah then I won't have deleted it never what can you say what can you say since sorry it's on film but if like the guy of the girls they said no man I really want that picture deleted what can you do then I would say okay can buy the role but it's expensive my ultimate so I would I would I would give an unreasonable unreasonably high price I would say give me a million and you can have the wrong it's may it may be maybe it is worthless now but what is one day I'm a great artist and then you can't say I this rule is super expensive so if you want you can have you can have it but it's expensive it's an investment if you don't want to make it then please leave me alone and this is the strategy I think of but I don't know if it will work in reality it's just my fantasy but actually there was a really really strong situation or confrontation with a woman also nights but in at the train station and bright lights and there were many people and it wasn't a dangerous situation or anything but I took a picture of her and she was rushing at me and screaming took a picture everyone was looking at me and I believed it and I just froze oh it does wait a minute is that the story when you and this woman with you both are the same yes so it's it's a bit amongst around I try to make it as short as possible size them and freeze because I don't know what to do and I you know I don't want to delete the image it wasn't a good image it was a political decision I don't want to delete it because the images are important it doesn't matter if they're good or not but maybe they will be good after I don't know 20 years because that station is gone whatever it might be it has potential even if I don't like it yet so but I can't say anything and I I see that she is so emotional and she hates me and wants to kill me or whatever at that moment and I'm everything that I I do could be too much you know just saying hey whatever and she said what why what did you do it so I just wait for her to ask because they always first they react very healthy and then they will some at some point ask why you did it so I waited to ask and I say I am trying to do hot autumn a god yeah but you can't do it and I say yes I can do it them so we go back and forth and then my train is coming and I go into the chamber the the security guards of the train station come and tell me that I have to commute and I say yeah actually I just looked it up and I don't have to now even illegal they can tell you to do that fuck that yeah we're like in between and it was it's one point I just gave up and I said okay I saw the image and I knew it wasn't that good and it was not worth it for me and they were really willing to like two three two or three cars and that woman and the audience and everything they were putting me as the enemy of the state I don't know sure I was just going like okay it's not worth it just go with it give it give them what they want and heavy piece it was late at night already I mean I want to know also JSON and and some way like this story is not the way it now the interesting stuff so we have all that bit hustle and I go into the Train and after I get off the train at my station that woman gets off – and by coincidence we have to take the same bus and she keeps on going at me as how bad I am and what I did and everything and in the bus she keeps on shouting so there's a new audience and she asks keeps on asking why I did it and I explained to her what I do and now I have more time and she's already more common because it was like 20 minutes past or something and now she finally starts to listen and after I don't know half an hour of the bus ride the bus accepted what I did and said that they like what I did and it wasn't as bad as the thing and she was actually convinced that she likes street photography now and wants to go to a exposition right but he was just the moment was okay was meant to be a photo I don't know for me emotionally Adam but now that you said I should have taken it I didn't I didn't think of it and for me it was more important for it to to to take away the negative energy yeah I should have yeah you're right afterward that would have been a nice moment yeah then you post it online like the humans this kind of stories I love because this gives like a really nice image of students talking to the public you know yes yes you stood your ground you know you went there to do anyone in your arm and at the end they are all I think it's it's important to to to kind of move towards them but not too much you can't if you if you take doing photography you have to be willing to fight for your image and everything I kind of understand it but sometimes a little too radical I don't mind but it depends on how you approached me about deleting the image exam I'm coming to you you know if you don't like what I just did or whatever that's fine but like come to maybe like listen I really don't want to have my picture taken can you please leave that absent funny yeah yeah I've had people spaz on me and I'd like to delete that photo and I'm like I'm sorry what I don't have to so why would I do it now yeah that's an interesting one but some of us I think Alex asked did you ever gets punched in the face for doing you because if you really get punched for doing Stevie you deserve yes did something out of the line I don't know yeah I will just swallow it I would just say yeah okay no I got what I wanted but I will if somebody touched me I wouldn't do the image yeah I had another youtuber the other day well I haven't responded to his comment but there's a guy who does like he takes photos and he's like has a YouTube channel a good following but he did this clickbait video where it said why you shouldn't do street photography yeah I got so angry when I watched the video because like I'm not a judgmental person like that but like that's a pretty Clickbank title and maybe not in the first 30 of the videos the most harsh thing you've ever seen and I'm like you can't even fucking shoot and you're coming for bris guilty like who aren't you to comment on what Bruges Gildan does you know what I mean so I wrote this comment and then a lot of people responded to it it got my comment actually got 40 likes and not a single down vote on it because I was just like you know people need to figure this stuff out if I started out as a street photographer my very first day and I watched your video I might have never come as far as I did because you planted that seed of negativity in my head and now I'm afraid to shoot people because oh I'm doing all this thing you know what I mean so I wrote that and a few people were like okay so this is my art I'm gonna follow you around and play music in your ear all day long and like bah bah bah bah bah and how you feel about it and I was like okay if you were to do that and I punched you in the mouth then you willing to accept that that is the consequence of your art right now something way more profound can happen and that would be beautiful too but like if I were gonna annoy someone with my camera for 24 hours I have to be willing to know that I could get punched in the mouth too so we make art within reason but I don't think you get to dictate how other people come to that conclusion Bruce Milton is fucking amazing his stuff is incredible like he sees himself in the people that he photographs he photographs a lot of weird-looking people and he's a weird dude with a very rough life so if that's how he gets his demons out so be it I appreciate the art and the end justifies the means it's way more important to me what he gave to us than the process in which he did it he wasn't hurt anybody so I mean let the man be so I don't know I get upset when people are like all you shouldn't do this you shouldn't do I'm like let me figure it out and I'll deal with the consequences yeah when I saw Doug the the preview video of that like why you should not do like I mean I said Oh again actually I shared this video because my first impression was like hey that's a good point I mean the overall message I thought was like giving a different perspective to the privacy discussion I had was mellow so I was sharing this like hey look at this it's a new perspective but afterwards I felt like oh no I I don't think this is like really helpful because it was so negative all rows at the end he's like walking up to people that are not even interesting subjects asking for portraits and I'm like that's not street photography so like what what is it really – hell yeah you know it's like you want to see it at the table but like you don't feel comfortable enough to go out there and do this so this is your backwards way of explaining why nobody should do it or at least why you don't do it yeah it's funny they look the same because I thought that I was just hating because I don't know I watched it and maybe I was judgmental I don't know from the first moments on I I just didn't like it first and told me about it and I was also already on scene to the video to sell my watches but it's funny that you actually say what was going through my head so yeah it's exactly that wait wait does he I don't know he doesn't help anyone with that yeah so we could talk all day about other street photographer YouTube thing and this could maybe I'm an asshole maybe this is the worst thing I could say but if you and this is I think YouTube has this issue a lot if you are gonna critique someone like Bruce Gildan if you're gonna make him seem like such a terrible person and in the comment section everybody's tearing into Bruce killed and they're literally just ripping apart you better have a body of work that fucking justifies you making that video yeah you have images and all this like Street portrait work of like some dude with dreads like know that you made so the first thing I did when this video started I went to his Instagram I'm like well let me see what you got like let me go to your website let me look at all this and I'm like dude you don't even shoot Street so why do you get to make this video yeah I mean if he had like some vague points you know and maybe we another we disagree with him but it's not a guy's just like yes you know I have to give some credit because I love that he pointed out that he thinks street photography is really important and he was like if you are the type of person who just goes I can go for it and I was like finally someone says that you know because I always get frustrated when I see videos of people who are not really doing stupidly teaching photography and this show is just empty street or some corner and I will say right I am probably wrong and being way too judgmental and there's probably a deeper message there but my main issue is that people on YouTube have a short attention span and they probably watch the first three minutes of your video and if that's your takeaway it's a negative on about street photography right yeah I think is none of what he says it's how he says it you know why you shouldn't do it it's not a he could have also said how you can make gluten-free photography yeah let's just talk about street photography let's just talk about it because of course I mean the way I do it like I say I have confrontations and I know I have a responsibility if I go up in people's I have to I have to to be able to take a punch for the awesome so I know it's sometimes I gonna come where I also feel uncomfortable or when I flash at nights I always think maybe somebody is epileptic or something I could cause really real danger so I'm aware of that that I'm not always right and I'm willing to talk about it and someone can teach me but if you go like only demonizing everything and you know saying everything you do is wrong and forbidden yeah how can I listen to that how could anyone grow yeah my mistakes and learn from them that's what I need to do exit yeah you know I mean I guess the equivalent I don't know whatever I'll leave it alone too deep into this already I think yeah let's change the topic because we are talking about this there was famine I love all the stories I mean I enjoy this but what I want to know is like each of your process like the let's if we talk about food like we have Bello and I like absolute beginners we just shot our first two roads of them Jeremy just as new yeah yeah Vicky knows also I mean the only what you're talking about is Jason experience because something end it would be nice to get like insights from all the process like for example Jason do you scan your images yourself or no unfortunately I'm in New York City at my apartments it's pretty small I don't really have space for a scanner I would love to I want you to get into the process of like developing my film and scanning it because I would shoot a lot more film if I could do that or at least just scanning it like bellows doing because I can drop it off to get processed which is pretty cheap and scan it on my own but when I think about the trade-off of the two in terms of time and money and like yeah yeah it's like it's a hard thing to like justify right now at this point in my life mm-hmm yeah maybe this is a good moment to show you something because I bet on I got the film developed in the lab and we wanted to probably properly scan them with the proper scanner but I couldn't wait so I DSLR and I knew that from other guys on YouTube that they were shooting with micro lens and scanning ah you know and I tried that and actually the results are not bad and I have from a friend of mine max from Berlin I don't know if you listen to this max but he said then I know can you see my screen yeah where's you so but I really didn't do probably and I just here's what I did [Laughter] if you're that close I mean a macro lens and it's its sharpest but you have to be careful to align it perfectly straight you know that otherwise you get the blurry image on one side yeah yeah but I actually did a screen recording of yeah what'd it look like so this is when you first take the valve oh yeah it's of course have to invert the channels so I all this I saw on someone's YouTube channel so I just take what he did but with black and white it's actually really easy because you see I can just you know yeah and back the contrast yeah and so and the sharpness was okay I don't know what kind of shot as I get was proper really good scanner but I think later I don't know if I even wasn't in focus yet but yeah all I did was just yeah punch back the contrast in and I tried some if this works and if they do fast like why not right yeah I mean it's if you see I I don't think it's in focus it's not that sharp but you can still print this on like I don't know what's what's the most quoted in America we have the a a4 size for paper but the the thing is if you shoot color if you develop your color images and you get something like this right which is I know this guy so and this here is a little bit more difficult because when you invert the channels you get like this color cast you know it's really hard to get rid of this and when once you when you go back to the panels and oh this is the video of you doing it yeah yeah it could go to each well right yeah the RGB yeah the blue Channel maybe you can try to pull that out or invert that I don't know yeah I don't know if I tried that but I was maybe I would go back let me see oh you finally got it though that looks great yeah well once you got it then so this is the sharpness I mean it's it's okay it's not it's it's noisy because my camera is really noisy but it's also it's perfectly acceptable I mean I mean looks great you know and then you can just say if you preset and then you know each plane in real-time so then I made this preset so I just have to now here go to my preset and then I just have to tweak some you know to some minor changes it takes time to shoot you know it's hard to you don't put the negative on the glass and how long did it take you to take you mean just to shoot it I don't know maybe 10 minutes today shit yeah I have to oh you have to really be careful with any dust you know and you have to have a clean glass and and also a negative has to be clean because you can easily see here the great beginning of the other frames you know I actually really like that as you can see yeah yeah but I don't know so that's what I did pelo has like really proper scanners maybe she can do shot in my university where a normal scanner like paper scanner with an adapter for film so I heard about okay let's try it we tested it and it was okay and then I talked to my to my boss at my work and because I also work at a different University and I told him that I was starting to shoot animal and he told me that we have an area where they actually scan and digitalize your images for you so my colleagues do that and I went there and asked them about how they got worse and everything in the day they just told me that they have and not the one of the scanners and they lend it to two employees and they I was like I can do myself and then she asked me so how long do you want it half a year a year and I'm like what so yes exactly so I was just like I don't know was fate was on my side and now I could just test yesterday for one time and today while we're setting up my childhood so I have to still figure out the settings but yeah now we actually have scanner here and then we in future I think we're gonna use that because you have method absolutely works and it's nice but yeah I think this is gonna but I think it's very time consuming and this is gonna go right that one yeah it's super expensive I descend looked it up any settings it's a mode still used 4000 euros or something and I should send you my online service for you guys no I mean I would do it for you but you know why don't you show us how it looks like when you send something was before I started this I show you we already saw something yeah we tested it and let me show you my screen this is it so I have this software and that's the only software I could find that works I'm launching it right now all right you know wait a second so that's the only software that I could find that actually works with that scanner because it's so old that their software that comes with it is not a supported phone yes and I have to actually launch it one more time because my scanner was turned off yeah and with any luck I realized that time goes differently it's everything slows down somehow but it's I kind of like it okay so I kind of settle up and I have an unprofessional but I haven't tweaked anything these settings yet and what we can do is I have to put in a filmstrip so I just take one random color a black and white what do you think let's do a black and white I want to see cuz that's probably what I would that's like the easier one right tell us what what firm you used for this one so this is an L for HP fight okay this is actually I just did some just scanning but I will use a different one so that I cannot cheat I don't know what I get and I don't know if you hear it but it's very loud it was not it's not bad luck but I was surprised at how about it is so yeah I think I will just I think it's possible just take one don't you think so let's take a number one to six which one do you want from one folks before Jeremy was the fastest so he gets four make a preview do we put it – yeah right okay what was that I think this prison damn it slow yes right Wow usually it's it's usually you can see what's the image evolving a being scanned right I don't know if maybe it's not working right this is this is a privy and say it should be a quick preview scan oh no no either he does oh shit I fucked it up because I did okay yeah he did he did this batch scan of this work okay one of our frame number four one more time already looked promising yeah I would love to see the whole image yeah help this week's not do you have to cut the negative and no not this is this is what's amazing about this because this software already ok so this is our our result and then you can see where these know like I don't know you call it selection and you can just adjust the the crock so it's pretty good but it does you know sometimes at the edges it doesn't really know what you want and you only do one at a time yeah is you can do up to six frames but only one frame at a time so you can do it a batch but I mean if I saw if I think about the has left say meant to go through for you know this is setting up everything being sure that the camera is straight and everything so it's very comfortable and still quicker so anyway four four six frames I would need probably 10 to 10 minutes yeah I think maybe maybe even quicker magnified because now this is only the previous can and I can set your output an s this is what is amazing all these things now I can do a real skin and I get an a JPEG any Rafa and I just set it up wait not the test one this is the life folder so this is where I save it and when I save it you will get we will see what I mean in a bit so they see so this is the actual raw scale and you can put it to I think up to 48 bit or maybe even higher than that and you you get a JPEG file and I write the energies on okay okay so this is my skin JPEG bad and you have some things here I don't know if it's reflections or if it's dust because I didn't the negative I just put it in because we have want to do quick and the other thing is that we get the DNG and when I open it with Photoshop you can do just the same thing that suggested like we inverted oh shit yeah and now you know and this works amazingly with color with with color and I love it but yeah you can you can do all the settings if you got a quality on this looks incredible yes it is it is I mean this is Dickerson and I couldn't go to any make that window bigger maybe fullscreen yeah so this is as big as I can go all right no yeah let it stay for white because this is 100% it is it is amazing I don't know you saw I just I almost did nothing I have only inverted curves and it already looks great oh so I lost small you guys are all film shooters now yes yes no going back well hybrid at the moment but makes my climate change I'm a hybrid right now but I hope to go in the future I believe this said earlier I carry around when I had the film I mean I don't shoot any of my film cameras that I have now but when I had the Leica I would carry that around with my digital mm-hmm I would have the idea that the digital was to just get in the mood you know she shoot and then when when an image was like this is the one that's when I would pull out the Leica you know that I'm there for the moments that I felt like or even if there's a beam of light right so for example if I walk to air you know how you like camping a spot mm-hmm no you find that light everything is good you're just waiting for somebody to walk by that's when I would pull film camera out because now I know I'm gonna be here for awhile I can take my time with this shot you know the thing okay so you're like getting in the zone and when you're in it you're just like using your you're like yeah I feel like for me I know like if I haven't been out shooting for a few days I need to shoot like a million grant to get and get into the vibe of shooting cuz then I just don't do it you know I mean I got a walk outside and I'm taking pictures of like reflections and people and shooting from the hip and like all that kind of stuff and then it's just like this thing just starts to happen where you like start to get into a trance you know when you first start shooting you don't just like pull your camera up and you're like well everything works everything's beautiful it's like it's after that first hour of like a million duds maybe or something like that before I start feeling more connected and feeling like I be like the rhythm in the street a little bit yeah you know yeah events including is the same I mean when I was in London you know the first day it was kind of okay but the mall was out and in the city the mall was getting you know confident and again for sure like the yeah exactly yeah also for four nights I mean I can't shoot Anna look at nights yes of course if I find the right lighting but you know if I many things are just and I have I mean that I saw with my Canon it is 800 so that's right so for me I need but I have this slash I don't know if you know this fay kanin flesh don't know whatever wire and I think it might work on my camera I wanted to test maybe I will do life testing right now these Fuji joints oh nice recommended suicide I'm talking about today it's beautiful but shit stop working on me out of nowhere this thing it's like perfect condition yeah Fuji would see this yeah way to go turn it on one day and I was just like it's just not what I mean it's beautiful this thing looks incredible on any camera it works and like it's the perfect look at that hmm yeah yeah so to me this is exactly what what I don't like about my I'm gonna bring it up and I'm gonna try it out like x100 EV yeah that's what everyone wants to see here I got like like the Minotaur considering getting any flashed but honestly I yeah if I'm gonna get one like for nightshirt and everything because it's so odd to get a good shot even and with digital it's too odd and I think I'm gonna get the minolta like flash and use it like during a night shoot for sure have you guys shot medium format film now that's not yet that's very very fun I actually this is my favorite this is a cheap medium format film camera that I bought and I've shot a ton of rolls on this thing and I took it out go easy and portable and it's actually really fun to shoot you know down this what do you mean by cheap so in the realm of like tlrs I think they'd get pretty pricey like if I were to do the same thing like a Rolleiflex and this it would be like a thousand or more I got this one which normally sells for about two or three hundred dollars this ended I I got this for one hundred three bucks on eBay oh wow that's true yeah you know those run people that have no clue what they got you know yeah I thought yeah absolutely I got lucky with this and the files on this thing are so beautiful I mean you have to put the lens hood on it because again it's not the highest quality otherwise you get all types of flaring and you can't really you know always the best but just a deal art medium format this 220 yeah somebody's never thought that was I think it's awesome yeah I think it has yes I'll show you guys a portrait I might think one of my homies is watching but after you this is you can just see the fall off on this it's actually really nice oh I should share my screen I haven't even gone I didn't even retouch this or anything yet this is just one of the shots from the Yashica hashtag no filter no filter where did you go but you can just see how creamy and beautiful to fall off I mean you know what I mean you see what I'm saying it just looks what happen oh you have to click my screen yeah yeah mmm it just looks really nice what happened to Jeremy he just disappeared oh he's not a fan of medium format oh you know what he probably got kicked out of the jack hmm yeah I've got some some notification sounds maybe he's trying to contact me yeah it's also recently got one more meeting format camera so it actually kind of sucks cuz it seems like like a sideswiped me enemy this for now because I just up this beast oh yeah this thing is absolutely insane dude and then I got some some glass to adapt to it these old film like Minh and ultra rock wear lenses mm-hmm it's like I mean all the Fuji lenses the GFX ones are like 2.8 you're not very shallow like a nice 1.7 she turns into like 1.2 or something like that when you do the math on it but something I want to work a video on but I haven't had the chance to shoot it yet and that sucks cuz this it's really like it feels like a normal DSLR you know what I mean the capella it looks huge shoot yeah yeah like a brick it is like a bread but for a medium camera it's really calm yeah it is it is and I haven't gotten the chance to put it through its paces yet and it's got a pretty loud shutter on it it feels like you're taking a scan rather than a photo wait wait till you see the video with the analogue photography our friend brought this what was an F F 1 F 2 F really my Nikon f3 and he has this machine gun camera analog camera it's crazy the shutter on this was super low but also super satisfying because like I don't know I loved it yeah found that Click Clack you know at me my yes I don't know that I always prefer silent shutters on film cameras because when you hear that that slap of the mirror it's like very very sad yes they happen with my cabinet when I first checked I was surprised as at how silent it was and then it was kind of afraid sometimes I don't hear if I shut them up and I need this this kind of feedback of okay no no I shot it I didn't also enjoy the rewind leave yeah I feel of just after each shot you know doing this yeah that's very addictive I don't know I guess we lost Jeremy maybe that's a good spot to end it you guys think yeah talk about this forever I bet we could just here do this like another 300 yeah I want to see if I can bring him back because I want to give him the chance to just say bye and stuff yeah maybe on sigh questions I don't know did you send her any messages Jason I didn't get any from him but he said his phone battery died he's in the chat room his phone battery died there are a couple questions in here that that are pretty cool you guys want to like yeah maybe you should give the question they go all the way back to the beginning that's Wow so many comments if you want second okay a kco full-frame that's two I think that was before I started my stream I don't know wow so many comments I think some I mean at least for me because I I read this I'm not I thought but do they pay attention to the church this is almost like this is that comment I can see yeah but I responded to the but yeah no I mean I mean but they were this was all right all like yeah yeah yeah Alex asked the wait wait wait for Jason yeah but we can we have to save time you know the official ask what film are we shooting so maybe you can tell like what's your favorite film if you have any surprisingly surprisingly I wouldn't have expected that at the moment my favorite film is actually the codec patre yeah yes because the results I got and the colors I got wet was so satisfying I I don't like even assuming color but I really like like I'm right but I preferred my results in the so at the moment portrait and the second and – hp-5 yeah so Jason someone asked what kind of film we are shooting or what's your favorite food do you ever hatreds of course the portrait like he say but my black and white at the time is Triax for sure it's really nice beautiful like the look that Bella does when he like over with however you edit his photos or what if he edits I don't know I like that nice crunchy black when you push Triax it's like does that look oh yeah I'm gonna try it on next yeah yeah you got to push it though you have push it okay yeah we have no experience was pushing firm the entire time I've been shooting film I like I'd never pushed it and I was trying red filters and all that stuff to get like a more contrasted shot hope you read on there you'll get like the clouds that get real dark the sky will get nice and dark but when you push it to a few doublet I think it's four hundred if you push it to eight hundred it gets a little bit darker sixteen hundred it gets like real contrast see yeah yeah yeah I love cracks as well this is my first black-and-white film I used last time we went support post you know post yeah and it has some haze then this you know not really clear and so the photographs I took turned out not that contrast even like you would expect the tracks image to be really high contrast the lens like but I actually like the results because I'm I don't like like super punchy black-and-white images I like to have some like mid-tones as well so I don't know if I really like trikes because I only used it was a shitty lens I like the grain structure or the yeah it's yeah I took on Triax with that kanya net and I think it's like the sharpness of the canyon I don't know if you can click my screen yeah yeah I see that little camera is insane and you could see very gray it's not pushed so it doesn't have that same like darkness it's all grey tones I'm gonna see if I can find one that's actually pushed and you can see the difference between the two but that's the from the canyon at dude that's like I bought the Heron like 100 bucks to or something like that yeah yeah when I saw the results from Bethel I was also blown away by the sharpness yeah I still in I'm actually thinking about getting one for myself when I'm in Japan because maybe I get some nice deer there I don't know yeah I mean they're on eBay I feel like if we say you talk about it too much then it was a super mint condition but I bought it for I think 160 plus 160 pounds plus how do you say shipping so I almost spent almost 200 years it was expensive for me but it means version or is it the time you know the Japanese city possibly first version yeah exactly so because I saw a cheaper ones but I wanted to have my baby kind of feeling yeah so it was worth for me to pay mom yeah I don't regret it I pulled up one image what that I really like this is from HP 5 I mean I haven't scared all of them yet this was the Testament I took and this is not clean and everything and then those that we saw together but I mean you can see it was unexposed so this is how I shot it but I only just push it in this is I really like that image sense oh not that image that film yeah what they a lot of image the image is great I love the fact that everybody's kind of ignoring her I love that the opposing positions that they're sitting in the lights hitting every light is accidentally funneling in good and this is this was a shot where I didn't know what I was doing I didn't have any setup I was like I hope that this turns out okay this like one of the first image images that I took with a cabinet and you should have stayed with me oh yeah I know I know because I was sitting in front of him and he had to get off the next one and I was like maybe we should stay a little bit longer you know I was still on my way to home and then I decided to not go off the station where I live but staying in the train just to see what happens later I was like totally along with her well I didn't took that many pictures but it was tempting you know – I love I love that image that you I know if I can pull it up here I'll find another question while you look yeah I mean I think I should show the video maybe I like the question from Andrew well that was what is – searching how do you guys deal with creative blocks do you ever go through periods of way you don't take photos mm-hmm so what was the question you ever got do you have creative blocks and how do you deal with it and do you ever go through periods where you don't you yeah and you've got um so I would say yeah yeah I think I think I'm always I feel like I spend more of my time going to create a block and I do feeling inspired I think the opposite of that is probably a myth you know what I mean I don't I don't think it happens to the point where it's just like oh every day I'm like ready to go out and shoot and stuff like that um I think just the action of going out to shoot is how you get rid of the creative block you know or sometimes actually I just hop on YouTube and I try to find somebody whose photos resonate with me or something to get inspired by I have a million photo books that I flipped through sometimes to like get myself in that mental state or at least know what I'm going outside to look for you know I don't know you guys do that but sometimes I have an image in my head and I'll like I'll try to go outside and go get that yeah what about you and I am in a creative block phase right now at the moment which is kind of because I'm I want my images to be worth the film because it's it's the economic factor of money and stuff and at the same time the images I know I can make with my riku I'm not good enough because of lens you know I got used to the 40 millimeters and I I love it it's just I see something and I know with my camera I can get exactly that with the rickety-ass something else so you always have to use this Queen and reproduce so but I think it's important to just have it and don't don't don't get too worked up about it because it will go and in a way that will come and go and I find it very frustrating frustrating when I hear people who tell me that they go out every day and everything I think I admire them because I think they are very disciplined and everything but at the same time it makes you feel bad as if I I have to do it myself too so I think it's good to to remind yourself that it's okay to sometimes not do something because if you do nothing for a long enough time you will be so pumped to you will be like ah I have to go out and maybe sometimes good to wait for that moment mm-hmm yeah yeah but it is like a muscle in a sense you know what I mean like if you can't wait to be inspired to go to the gym right otherwise it's almost like if you don't go outside and shoot it's I always feel like I don't know like my power like your powers could be fading yeah and I don't have to be coming with me then I see so many images oh my this motivates me yeah without you camera one day bye guys they do the creative plugs over you like you miss so much yeah yeah I agree to have definitely for sure Sam you just so you know it's it's clicked it's clicked on bellows of a screen yeah switching o- sure cuz there's a delay I think no I I don't know oh yeah no there goes yeah yeah yeah there goes no it's just when people talking you can see it like shifting and stuff like that yeah I try to always be on the person who's talking with know if you it does it on its own oh yeah as long as you don't have the white box on anybody it'll just drift to whoever starts again its body for some reason yeah but I like what you just said though because I find that to be really true like if I if I'm in a rush to go somewhere or if I have something going on I see the most beautiful moments ever I'm like walking around like oh my goodness oh yeah and I don't know because that particular engagement brought me somewhere that I'm not usually in you know what I mean so it's almost like looking at it with a fresh eye more like normally I'd be on my own path I might be in like the Chinatown spot that I shootin all the time but like it happened to me yesterday I was going for a friend's birthday or like in the morning I went out to meet another friend and those moments where I don't have the time to soak it in yeah or when I see things that I want to shoot like oh yeah yeah yeah I think you have to bring your camera just with you doll every day so maybe if you're even not in the mood to shoot like today for example I was I had the whole day of appointments I was going like from A to B I met like not really much time but I brought my camera and then I headed my backpack like I knew that I wouldn't grab it from my backpack because like get off a big train station Altima and I just had a feeling of maybe I should hang my camera on my neck just in case and I had back on in my left arm so I only had my right hand I was like oh no I'm not going to shoot but whatever I have my camera yes and then I go down stairs from inside the station and then suddenly I saw hit the crowd of people dancing totally retro yeah it was some kind of Christmas flash light or not and there were people like dancing and and taking photos and having fun and I was like and I didn't know that this is going to happen but I had my camera ready so I took some shots and then I felt motivated if you know I would say life give me something I wasn't expecting I think maybe going back to the question I think yeah just I don't know just wait because some of these moments happen and you least expect it right yeah I feel like what the process of just throwing yourself into it and shooting gets you into the mode like this the other day I'm like sitting here at home my girlfriend and like she's just chilling on the bed and I just pulled my camera out with no real intention of taking a photo 5 clicks later I'm like oh god I just to get so into it and it's just it's almost like just the action of you interested or being like you know in the moment will pull you into wanting the shoes it's really just what you said like the muscle because sometimes you you don't want to lose something you feel like I feel like shit and say let go but when you actually do go you feel great afterwards so yeah it's just to to push yourself again at some points like and then yeah you have to find what pushes your mates to do it but somebody once told me this – about simple stupid but like going to the gym they were like you know you don't want to work out yeah sure but I give yourself allow yourself to go there and do it for 10 minutes if you're really not feeling it don't do it like if your option to go outside and take a few photos if it's not clicking and short put the camera down and go home or whatever but like I can spend like pull my camera out and shoot a cup of water and then all of a sudden it just happens like I'm like oh whoa what's the most interesting perspective now and then and really get you pretty far what else what else do we have in this room Jeremy's he's telling me to let you guys know that he is crimson halt and he's in the chat room right now okay that's it cuz I live in Canada when it's 20 below you really want to go out and shoot well let's let's read what what crimson you have said the fun is to chase and to either phone or create that mental image what somebody asked what are m240 shutter rates for I'm looking into getting one what does that mean shutter rates shadow rates Ceaser what do you mean shutter rates so you still there yeah is he asking about charades thanks Chris somebody asked Carsten osterwald asked if we'd come to Berlin you guys are fairly close to Berlin oh oh yeah I know cousin of course yeah how we always I always say to him that I would come to Berlin and I have so many friends in Berlin and we live like it three-hour did you ever went to Berlin two times already yeah yeah yeah I've been to Germany quite a few I've jumped around I was in like Hamburg I went up when we were in call I went to Munich I was all over the place I love Jeremy I really really have enough to know the next time you come how much Germany Rockne's Birkenstocks [Laughter] no but it's actually funny that cus with Carson said because I might I might visit a friend in on Saturday so if I go I will let you know I think you're already connected with them anyways I think I didn't hear what you said I lost the connection and I said that it's a funny coincidence because on Saturday I will probably visit a friend and work till evening so if I actually go there and I will let him know then we can maybe go for a session because this is actually the means that I'm taking because of my credit package and it's the same as what he said the grass is always greener somewhere else and I feel like everything I see had already photographed I want to change my area to find something you so Vernon is the easiest and fastest way and I have a friend to stay over got back Cesar Perez sorry got back to us said that you saw about the life expectancy of a Leica shutter don't know much about that if there is one but I think the whole purpose of like a– and the dampening of the silent shutters so that these cameras are around longer than us you know I don't I've never really heard of too many like a shutters failing actually any of the MP cameras the MP stands for mechanical perfection so I think it's supposed to be one of those cameras that you could bring to a war zone drop off of a roof for whatever and it's supposed to still work if you get an MP 240 I don't I don't I don't think you should be concerned with too many issues if not there's a million people that are out there servicing Leica's and you can probably get that fixed no problem if there is a shutter issue yeah just clear that up we don't know this is another world different point of it right that's what it that's why you want like is because that's I I know that I'm sure I'm certain I'm sure that one day it's like yeah like whatever because I think the the cheapest and body I think is the m2 right the m2 or the m4 cuz they're finding things for me I didn't know what it was until until I started right until the video of you and Jeremy and in London where you were talking about like I didn't know what it was I thought it was just another camera manufacturer and now I start to get into this world and I see a king over there on the hill one day I'm going to visit him but it's true there's no other camera manufacturer who is really is really concentrating on the just the essentials of the camera you only need the shutter speed the aperture ISO and you know well that's do you need and all the I mean I love Fuji I really love with you and I love my son but I could live without I don't know the battery on the if you have to obvious leaver I don't really need that and I mean I could live without the d-pad maybe an or assist I think they could simplify the cameras a lot morally I don't my logo on top of it but I do love this button this is and I went through one of my most watched videos as well as the camera settings I use this on this camera in particular because the shutter is so loud on it to switch to the electrical and yeah on all my cameras I have that setup so it's just like you know and then I tap that one time and and that's a good idea nice and silent so you don't hear it anymore you also hit the the FN buttons on the exponent F by accident like this one the small one or baby oh yeah yeah because that's why I don't use them anymore also the d-pad sometimes I I had I also had the right to deep at set to be the electronic little shot at and then I accidentally other on the back or grabbing the camera I would excellent depressant and then I yeah I mean I've had friends tell me that they're a little too cameras what you could be using and I'm like you can literally turn off everything you don't want yeah you can make this your own experience you know what I mean I think that's like what's so cool about it as simple as you'd like it to be it can be that you know you guys get into like portrait work ever are you shooting any portraits I've seen actually when I started watching you watching your videos years ago how long have been around did you I said how long is your YouTube channel been around I started right before August 2017 so last yeah okay I was watching it for a long time popke studythe risky Fox podcast yeah but it feels like forever because you're watching something on you know it's YouTube it's like you're uploading as much as you you do you know people watch it and I think I can't remember but I'm trying to think one of the first videos I think I saw from you was you did a photo shoot with the x100 f you shot a woman okay a very colorful apartment man yeah remember thinking I'm like okay most of the people have watch can't shoot and like you did this but I'll shoot just with the x100 f and I was drawn to that because I think that you know most people wouldn't show up to a professional shoot without something that's just like edit 5d with me you know just in case I didn't use it because I knew I wanted to take advantage of the film simulation the colors the Fuji because I knew it like the this time we are going for ya and it's totally doable I mean you don't have the dual slot for it the SD card slot so you know maybe it's a risky to use just one SD card but I don't know I never had a failed count in my life I don't think that really I know people like to make a big gruff about that but I I the professional I always rock with 1 St card I mean and if you have the option and you would probably use it but yeah but I would use it to back up so that we're not a space-like you know I mean I could use it and shoot through that one and then it spills over to the next one I wouldn't be backing up my files and I'm pretty bad with file management I don't know about you guys but yeah and then I've deleted stuff that I wish I would have kept my mistake yeah it's horrible one of my favorite images actually I deleted by a mistake and I can't find it and out of my window at my apartment building and uh yeah now that image is gone and IIIi did a capture of it on let me see if I can find it for you guys on on Instagram because that was the only way that I could keep it now so I'm gonna say I'm gonna share my scream one more time mm-hmm and I I think it's just because in the moment it's good to have somebody to bounce your ideas off of and like my girlfriend sometimes will like she's like my hype man in a sense like I'm like all this photos terrible and she's like no no it's not terrible you need to post it or something like that and I just not oh no we can read all your mates you know this you will end up on my channel sorry you can yeah this is like I thought it was here but you should have looked in Rohtak orange ah I think I shoot more in that fat portrait orientation than I do horizontal just because I don't know that I think it's just how I see I close my I don't know if you guys like close one of your eyes but I was watching the photographer speak the other day Ralph Gibson and he was talking about how you know when you have two eyes open obviously you're shooting in a horizontal you were seeing life horizontally but when you close one now you're seeing life vertically so he shoots and I remember him saying that I was just like oh my god that makes so much sense as to why I'm drawn to this kind of thing I always keep true to that perspective yeah I have no clue where it is so it's lost forever it's just gone it was nice because I haven't seen your feet yet and it's amazing just from you scrolling through it's I saw some images for example I only saw a break of a moment but eh I think big guy with the yellow shirt or something this jumped at me this is May Oh his back yeah yeah exactly and a lot of stuff but yeah yeah big respect amazing Thank You likewise man I really dig your stuff too and I've checked it out for sure so I have an understanding what it is that you do what I really really dig it this is this is what I was talking about wow I just really like I mean it's it's like hmm yeah I feel like it's not completely my style and my aesthetic but like when you think of things that are timeless and you think about stuff that you would print and put on your wall right yes yes yes this has that printability it has that like that iconic feel to it where it's like you know you see these footprints and then when you look you got these little doggy footprints hmm and then you got this guy walking by who's like yes and also you see you see someone what the leg turned right and someone kept on going straight yeah so much stories is so many stories and then it was coming and he's making his own path you know yes this is amazing this is this is amazing I'm so sorry bro yeah man and you love it I don't have it anymore I don't have the high res file I have a capture off of Instagram and that's pretty much all I have from that image and it's kind of heartbreaking because I went through off so I'm learning every day better file management better offload them label it do all that stuff because like losing it that you didn't in you said something earlier that really resonated with me it's felt like you don't get rid of it in that moment because it could be more important to you later on yeah that like two years ago looking out of the window and I literally was like I just was testing out a new lens I think that I got and I saw this going down I took the photo and I thought nothing of it and I just showed my girlfriend oh my god like you know to be like you too much yeah put it online I was like you know what this it's like a powerful image to me like it I like it more more as time goes by maybe it's been there like have it yeah but never with you guys like what are your favorite images that you've taken so far is there like one that I'm sure people would like to see what you love about what you shoot and why you like it – yeah my favorite image is actually maybe he saw the little girl on the bus and I try to pull it off right how did I find it quickly I can also share and surround and everyone can see it am I making me do them or do I have it – what I think it's a promise quicker all right so let me plug your Instagram go follow like you mean this one right yeah exactly because that moment was for me very very I was I had very ambivalent feelings I didn't want to take that image because I felt like a perv like he's someone I had to I saw her dreaming in that moment and she looked so amazing but and I wanted to have that image but I didn't know if I could do it or not and I had to actually stood out to me – with your work like when I saw that image I was like damn that's really really fucking good her face think about it yes yes and it was you know I shot that image without looking I was on the bus like I felt like and I know what I want I wanted to get but then when women standing around me and everything in it the camera was going for for for her crotch so look as if I'm trying to do something mask yeah I had my hand my busines was like please one two or three hundred shots and then this came out and I only saw it later man I fell in love with this because it has this I don't know it has some some some some something calming but also something powerful at the same time yeah you know the first time you showed me I didn't even realize that was it was a little girl I was only seeing like a woman you know I mean a female face and it reminded me of you know some Renaissance painting what about it yes this reverence lights a little bit mm-hmm they said that I don't know in German would say Plus this you know how it is and it has some depth depth you know yeah yeah beautiful shot for sure so this is yeah but yeah I like I like the moments good moments for me but that is an image so I don't know maybe maybe I'll get some more other time I have to post more of your work I got a little bit lazy because I am I am managing his second account yeah I know oh we got your password I don't know if I have a favorite image it's always hard to say like this is the best night to go back up I know what you want to say okay yeah that one in a sense I think that's okay so I feel like sometimes our favorite images are not the ones that are probably the most yeah like meaningful to other people or something like that I have one more image that I took of this guy that sometimes you see you feel a certain way if you photograph someone like I kind of felt bad about shooting this guy mm you ever get you ever get that feeling where you take a picture of somebody and let later and you like think about them and like with their life might be like or all these things and you kind of just you feel a certain type of way about it right you know this is a very simple photo and I shot this of this guy and I think Mike on my mind kind of went all over the place about who he was and his story I'm sure right now it's this one it's a simple photo it's nothing special right but I remember him looking at me when I shot the image and I mean look at what he's wearing right and there was this moment of like he saw me taking the image of him and it was this security like he didn't know if I was making fun of him or if I approved of the image and I felt like that kind of always stuck with me because this guy put on this thing that he obviously might not have been comfortable with wearing outside that day right yeah cuz hold his whole existence is like a little fragile right now in this moment I want to think about this I just I don't know that that kind of stuck with me for a long time you know that you should then image every month one image that I almost forgot that every night and it's this is also a nice moment that I cook by accident but I saw it and I wanted to and Sam has not posted yet oh do you remember okay I stumbled upon something do you remember that moment this is also I feel like I cheated but at this on the other hand I just felt like I don't know for some reason this is oh my god so here the back hey this is Sam I don't know if it was one of these moment where didn't you know what I was doing but I had just taken in a met image just to look up this this child usually child it should not very easy to sue that always the cute and everything but it's the way of how the she turns back and he looks nice to us yeah I don't know so I just showed it because I stumble upon this it's so funny because I feel like we all have that image here's my version actually this log but you know what I mean like yeah look the baby look back is like such a thing yeah what do you guys think about about shooting kids I mean because I think massive you mention a almost only shot kids and I was like fuck I'm a fucking pedophile and they were thinking whatever what do you only see kids but then I thought children have something they that is important to to keep you know because it goes away over time soon in child and shoot him 20 years later you will see that some of its state and something disappeared and but all children have the same thing then one thing that I don't know what it is but this always attracts me there's something I don't know that I don't want to put a witch because everywhere that would use would be wrong yeah and I think the children and elderly people both have that because so this is actually the image that I wanted to show I love that funniest nerd because I was I just wanted to show this because I really cute kids that's great expression is everything yeah I mean it's like you've got the future exactly the same yes and it feels like you know that comedy that we see on your screen has something the ghost myth missing when she's like in her 20s and 30s and 40s and it comes back which he's been all day on my screen somehow I don't know that yeah I mean people get a little bit not offense first people the too sensitive I think about photography I mean I can understand because as a if you are a parent you don't want your kids you know oh the Internet by the same time a lot of times of taking photos of the children posting them on Facebook and stuff and you know who knows where they are ending up we're on camera everywhere we go like I understand I protect your kids and all that stuff and I wanna check myself too but like I feel like it's just unavoidable at this point like to be irritated about being photographed is like not being completely real with yourself with yeah what world we live in is like yeah I just love this man a human image from Jeremy this is he says definitely one of his favorites I love that this is in Canada yeah you know this reminds me I don't know if the catch me if you can oh I actually just really like this guy's expression I love what's going on what is he looking back at and you can all histogram s is almost peeking out from the shoulder yeah you can only you can see but you can also not see it I might say with when you you don't see but you can't see yeah Jeremy how's your phone can you come back or not because I think we should wrap this up maybe alignment was to in the accidental I was trying to take a photo of the pilot from very close and somehow he turned to look at me which made me think amazing yes I Malaga no bad photos today but that's fine what did you say I said I feel like I only showed bad photos that were examples of things that I was talking about no hug myself hey guys check out stop easy yeah of course I will put all your links in the description yeah well this was incredible thank you so much for having me yeah thank you for inviting us yeah are two of this we'll all get together and shoot some time either yeah or you guys here we have a place to stay and I have reason to go there but let me know man I like you guys got to come you stay with me or I'll put you up it like one of my brothers spots or something like that we'll take care of you you guys should come out and shoot in New York I think I mean I I have to do because actually Jeremy said he had some some questions for me and he asked one question about my favorite photographers and that's an easy answer because I don't know don't know a lot of photographers Bruce Gildan and Michael Wolfe I think it was Michael via Mike Wolfe so because of Bruce good and I have to go to New York one time and shoot in New York anyway they will happen and we'll let you know yeah yeah please play anymore or maybe I'll visit you first we'll see what happens okay ray see to it exam you Thank You Man I appreciate you always encouraging and like supporting you know oh no I lost you for a moment my back yeah I don't kid yeah okay so I think we should wrap this up I don't know how long does we go about yeah I mean I'm definitely up for a second part but when it happens why don't we all do like on Fridays we shoot a roll for the week and we come back on Fridays or something like this would be amazing yeah no I have another idea I don't know if it fits this format but I don't know about you Jason but sometimes I get requests from other photographers to review their work you know I don't know if I feel like I should do it by myself as I don't love it Hey Group critique session or something like that I I like that idea and sometimes I think about it but I this you know F Stoppers you know there's numbers I have watched they they do one where they review people's work and kind of put a bad taste in my mouth recently just cuz like they I don't know how to do it and do it right by not being like oh I don't think I'm the best you know yeah and I don't want to come off like I think I know more than anybody because I feel like I'm always learning and I'm nowhere near where I want to be yeah and I feel like if we're willing to put their photos up I really feel together I think it's yeah maybe nicer than doing it alone and but they act photos so then we have some like so that we're telling people how to build on wouldn't issue or just some suggestions you know if you see something that could maybe do better next time I have a face to say anything because I'm just starting out it has no idea I have an intuition and I'm trying to get somewhere but I don't know what I can tell people too look at a photo and say well you might have done differently or like yeah yeah there's some guidelines I feel like that I have and it's the only advice that I ever offer anybody with photography really is to just clean up your frame that's the only thing I ever took I say be conscious of like what's happening in your background because it's just as important as your subject and for like don't put anything in your image that dates it if you wanted to live on forever United me get that foods bag in there don't get somebody drinking a fucking sprite or maybe maybe it looks good but like clean it up because the images you like they don't have like yeah [Laughter] what is I don't know what's up with you in the future with your channel we have any videos plans I'm trying to find somebody that can like shoot me out in the streets and I can do like a little more street photography I want to do one called because I do portrait work as well I'm working on this idea with it's called guerrilla lighting so I'm going to shoot a model with no technical jargon whatsoever I don't know I want to turn on a light turn on my camera and just figure it all out and show people how to do that so they're not so afraid of like using light and shooting portrait work and stuff like that because you don't need to know the math to really figure out what looks good and what doesn't so I just need I need to get more on it man I've been a little bit busy um some other stuff so I haven't been keeping up with my channel but I would like to get on your tip where I'm like uploading more often uploading that of prey you live upper like once a week I think it's more like once a month I mean this month or last month's was maybe a little bit more there you know the what is it when people suggest that we upload like each week every week mm-hmm if you want to like grow an audience but I think it's also about yeah quality over quantity yes yeah what's up future now that I have that we have the skin and the first results would be yeah my plan is to establish a help with my animal camera with me every day and always have a role in my camera you know I don't before I wanted to have a roll in and shoot it all like have it shut in one day on one session now I don't care about it I want to have a role in my camera and be always ready to have the shot and I know it's you doing you're doing everything else I don't know when images are coming I don't know when when we will do another video on you know fellows my new asset of my channel forward to the results I haven't seen all the images you Turk and Nikolai as well and yeah I will be any updates I will post my last video of this year on Saturday which is the factory Suzuki on the street with episode if I can make it I have to do some changes tomorrow but then yeah I will be off going to Japan and in January I will finally work on that and a lot film video with it so yeah look forward to it yeah looking forward to your work as well I really like you I like your style you know you're not like – I don't know it's AG really relaxed to see you on camera appreciate it likewise keep keep me accountable okay ask ya scare me if he wants to give any last words shoutouts but I don't know if he if we have time for that okay so I guess I I will end this year so yeah thanks to everyone was listening life to this live stream I will leave this video on my channel so wait wait wait wait okay I just Laura Terrell attorney Joe is typing sure we should do it again that's not enough bro was really funny and it's some really emotional last words now very dramatic reentry okay it was really funny said okay so I'm going to end this year we will be we will stay in the hangout for a while so we can all say goodbye and stuff but I will end it now so take care good night or good morning wherever you are and see in the next one bye bye