The Hipstography Awards 2016 – Nominees for Street Photography Combo of the Year

By on janvier 25, 2017

Quels sont vos 3 combos préférés? Vous pouvez voter pour un seul combo, pour deux ou pour trois; trois étant le maximum.

Un seul vote par personne est autorisé.

Fin des votes pour cette catégorie: le samedi 28 janvier.

Remarque pour les lecteurs francophones: étant seul à gérer le site, il m'est impossible de copier les textes accompagnants les portfolios dans les deux langues. Je n'ai donc gardé que l'anglais. Merci de votre compréhension.

 


Combo #436 (Millo Salgado)

Lens:  Florence 
Film:  Ina's 1935 
Exposure: +0.2 • Clarity: 25 • Definition: 31 • Highlights: -37 • Shadows: +35 • Vibrancy: -16 • Fade: 10 • Film Grain: 14 • Vignette: 15

 

"A couple of years ago I used Florence with Ina's film at the beach and then forgot about it, because I didn't like the way the dark colors appeared. But this year, I used it again in the streets of my city, using all the possibilities of the new Hipstamatic and I love the results. The clarity and definition tools improve the lens so much for street photography, especially for shadows and dark tones. It is a fantastic lens for the sunny conditions but so different from my beloved John S."
Millo Salgado

 


Combo #446 (Deep Ghosh)

Lens:  Murray (50) 
Film:  Uchitel 20 
Flash:  Standard 
Exposure: -0.2 • Clarity: 25 • Definition: 32 • Highlights: -36 • Texture: 60 • vignette: 50

 

"This series is a collection of moments from my trips around the suburbs of Kolkata, and in some parts of rural Bengal, where I travel often for concerts. I wanted to create a raw monochrome palette, that is reminiscent of interior Bengal - once outside the city, the world looks, smells and feels different. The monochrome allowed me to concentrate on the nature of the terrain and its people, without getting distracted by the overpowering sense of colour we were immersed in. This series is a tribute to the passion of black and white narrative."
Deep Ghosh

 


Combo #461 (Angelique Marchanda-Peres)

Lens:  Madalena 
Film:  Love 81 
Flash:  Triple Crown 

 

"Madalena weds Love 81 in Bangalore, India."

"I have always liked how Madalena works in bright sunshine, so I was curious to try it out in India where there's sunshine 365 days of the year... well, almost. Anyway, the lens didn't disappoint and I was pleased to see how it coaxed the image to brighten its pinks, reds, blues and greens while at the same time, draping it in a gossamer haze of violet. I paired it with Love 81 because the film is gritty and grainy, just like India!"
Angelique Manchanda-Peres

 


Combo #466 (Julia Nathanson)

Lens:  Diego 
Film:  Love 81 (74%) 
Exposure: -0.2 • Clarity: 68 • Definition: 32 • Highlights: -44 • Vibrancy: +41 • RGB: modified • Temperature: 5450 • Texture: 19
(The combo can be downloaded at the bottom of this page)

 

"These photos were taken in the bright, leafless days of early spring in my beloved and incredibly diverse Toronto neighbourhood."
Julia Nathanson

 


Combo #489 (Anita Elle)

Lens:  Murray 
Film:  Love 81 
Flash:  Laser Lemon Gel 


"Between shadow and light, women are in Love (81) with Murray."
Anita Elle

 


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