Everyone have got different reasons why shoot street photography, different code of ethics and different way of shooting. It is personal.
The way I use to shoot street photography is personal. I shoot in a way which ethically fits my morals and ethics.
In according to me it’s always better to just click and take a bad photo that not taking any photo.
At the end here are five things I learned shooting street photography
A list of five of the most important things I learned after shooting street photography for three years.
We all have a different style, way of shooting, and view of photography. We are all different human beings.
I take photographs of people because I love people, I love all the humankind, I love humanity.
I use to shoot street photography in color because color is a way to see the world in a real way. (I’m not against black and white photography, it’s just another way to shoot).
Some of candid street photography techniques I personally use when I’m out shooting street photography:
I started to work on photography projects because it’s the best way to tell stories, to communicate a message to the viewer.
I love walking because it’s my way to think and mediate on everything. When I’m walking I come up with different ideas.
For me candid street photography is one of the most difficult genre because I need to be fast and at the same time don’t disturb the scene, and I must have courage to talk with people if I get noticed.
Here are four ways how I shot candidly, without being noticed: