Most of those photographers are equipped by old analogic cameras from the 70’s and the 80’s. They are struggling, at a time when digital takes over. Without solid training, they learned about the field or by word of mouth, and the result of their photos is affected: Image crushed by the frontal flash, sloppy framing, the focus is not always the rendezvous …
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