Project One: One Hour, One Camera, One Setting, One Dollar Per Person

Here’s an interesting holiday idea for all you portrait photographers out there, while he had a free hour on a business trip the the Philippines, photographer Dennis Sapong went to the local market and do some street photography.


With time as an issue, he set his Sony RX1 to Aperture Priority at f/2, Auto ISO, Plus 1 Exposure Compensation and Spot Metering. Then armed with a hand full of Pesos as an incentive, he started talking portraits, one by one.


“It was the longest one hour of my life as a photographer, and i loved every bit of it,” writes Sapong. “I hope you’ll love it too.”


Check out more about Dennis Sapong.


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