Continuing the blog serialisation of my popular X-Pro Series lust/hate/love story:
Part 129: The X-Pro2 and Pride Reportage
So you remember a couple of weeks back when I said that I was busy and we’d be doing some sort of Simpsons clip show style thing?
Well it’s this week!
My kid’s birthday just happened and my Mum and Brother are in town. Maybe I should of taken a break…
But sometimes I’ve a clutch of images that I haven’t written about or shared and that’s generally because I know there’s going to week’s like this 🙂
The march of tolerance and acceptance. Truth be told, I’d never been to one before, and I wasn’t able to attend the 2018 one as I was away.
So here’s my snaps from the 2017 Porto Pride march.
If you enjoy humanistic photography, if you enjoy shooting street where people want to be photographed, if you want to see an amazing spectacle and feel a colossally resounding good vibe…
Then I think you should really pay a pride march a visit.
A photographer’s role is to observe.
So no captions, no commentary. All shot the X-Pro2 (unsurprisingly enough) and a combination of the XF56APD and XF23/1.4 nothing except the images (using basically the PP process I described last week, but I didn’t pay each image the attention it deserves)
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