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Paul Vincent is a graphic designer and photographer from the South East of England. After discovering the Fuji X-series in 2016, he began shooting street photography whilst commuting back and forth to London. Having two young children, he has also spent a great deal of time documenting his family life through imagery and has become immersed in a number of photographic projects, both personally and professionally. He is director of Stone Creative Design Ltd, London which this year celebrated it’s 10th year in business.
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In this episode my guest co-host and I answer questions about the historical value of street photography and ways to find interesting subjects in your home town.
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Next Challenge: Reflections
Enter your best reflection shot by February 1 in the comment section of this post
For inspiration, here are a few samples of reflections on the streets by Valerie Jardin: