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I decided to take up photography in my mid twenties. Late learner, but I’m glad I took it up. When I got my first camera, I roamed our house looking for interesting subjects to shoot. Eventually I got bored and looked online. I gravitated towards street photography. I read as much as I could, but more importantly, I took to the streets.

I may not go to the streets to take photos anymore, but I still have my love for the craft. When I discovered Michael Chitru Credo, @streets_of_cebu, I made sure to follow. His love for the craft showed in his photos. These weren’t random photos of strangers, there was real thought and craft in each photograph. Also his prolific nature made for new photos almost every day.

Because of the podcast, I was happy to meet Michael Chitru and have an honest to goodness geek out on street photography. We talked about how he got his start in street photography, possible projects in the future, what’s it like to walk around downtown, and more.

Enjoy the podcast!

SHOWNOTES

Chyrel Gomez (Zerothreetwo Conversations episode)

Altspace Cafe

Iamlaagan

Armand Frasco

Images Cebu

Ambibo

Fujifilm

Ted Forbes

Matt Stuart

Josh K. Jackson

Google Photos

Dropbox

VSCO

Lightroom

Fujifilm XT1

Olympus OMD EM5

Pono Camera Repair

Vivian Meir

Bruce Gilden

Steve Mcurry

Street Thinking Cebu

RS Ybanez

Where can you find Chitru?

https://www.instagram.com/streets_of_cebu/

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