4 Weeks Of Instagram Content in Just 30 Minutes

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That’s right: I created 4 weeks’ worth of Instagram content walking in Central London for less than 30 minutes. It could even be more than 4 weeks, considering I’m a bit of a slow uploader.
But here you’ll see 20 photos I find worth sharing. And at 5 a week, it is 4 weeks of Instagram content. Taken on a 30 minutes walk.

In case you think you don’t have time for Photography… Think again!
And let me know in the comments which photo is your favourite!

So, I was going to the Fujifilm store to pick up the replacement to my flawed X-T4, and I decided to first go for a walk through Soho. By the way, the video where I talk about the problems I had with my Fujifilm X-T4 is here: (people didn’t like controversial, but the problems were very real).

The Video

I had not shot much Street Photography lately. But the light of the Winter sun was really stunning and created the bold shadows I love to use in my Street Photography.
And so in this little walk from my bus stop to the Fujifilm store, I had plenty of chances to take photos. I didn’t even have to spend much time “fishing” for the decisive moment.

Now, the photos I show here are almost straight out of camera, I didn’t spend much time editing but before I post them on Instagram, I’ll do some more work to clean them up.
But here you see what I look for and how I shoot it. Well, mostly. Because it was my first time with my new GoPro Hero 9 and I misaligned the filming so my camera is often partially hidden. Something to learn for next time.

But this is how I created 4 weeks of Instagram content in just 30 minutes! Like I said earlier: in case you think you don’t have time for photography, think again!

4 Weeks of Instagram Content In Under 30 Minutes | London Street Photography POV

Hope this can inspire you.
And I’m gladly posting some lighter content after the controversy of my Fujifilm X-T4 problems video… ;)

See you next time!

And Merry Xmas!.

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