• Q. How long have you been shooting street photography?

  • A. On and off for about 6 years. It all started back in 2012 when I bought a compact Leica D-Lux 5 to experiment photography.  But about a year after that, sadly due to personal commitments, I lost my interest in photography, and I did not get into photography 3 years later.  In December 2016, I decided to attend a workshop held by Dimitris Makrygiannakis in Bangkok. And ever since, I try to shoot street photography as often as I could.

  • Q. What camera do you use for your Street Photography?

  • A. I use a Fujifilm X-T2 with a 23mm (f/2) Fujinon lens. My backup cameras are Fujifilm X100F and Ricoh GR II.

  • Q. Do you participate in workshops?

  • A. Absolutely yes. I love participating photography workshops, as it forces me to take photography. It also gives me an opportunity to visit new and exotic places. I attended street photography workshops held by Maciej Dakowicz, Dimitris Makrgiannakisand Tomasz Kulbowski.

  • Q. How many pictures do you shoot in a normal street photography session or day?

  • A. Depending on my mood. I think, if I wanted to have a good set of pictures, I need a minimum of a thousand images per day.

  • Q. Do you digitally manipulate your photographs?

  • A. No. I basically use Lightroom to run functions like cropping, dodge, burn, and to straighten pictures.

  • Q. Do you stage your photographs?

  • A. No. As I prefer to capture the essence of the authenticity of the street scenes, I would not stage my photographs.  However, I may ask my subjects to make some adjustments to get a better light and composition for a street portrait.  For this latter case, I will ensure to let the world know that this is done this way.

  • Q. Did you learn photography at university or at a school?

  • A. No, I didn't study photography at university. I am a self-taught photographer.

  • Q. Do you sell fine art prints?

  • A. No. Should I? Could I?

  • Q. In which countries did you shoot?

  • A. USA, Australia, Thailand, China, Vietnam, India, and Myanmar.

  • Q. Where would you like to shoot next?

  • A. TBA

  • Q. Copyright Information

  • A. All content on this website, such as text, graphics, logos, icons, and images is the property of Bryce Watanasoponwong from The Wonder of Strangeness (TWOS), and protected by international copyright laws. The selection, arrangement, and presentation of all materials on this website (including information in the public domain)m and the overall design of this website is the exclusive property of Bryce Watanasoponwong from The Wonder of Strangeness (TWOS) and protected by international copyright laws.

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