Fear of shooting strangers is, for many, the toughest thing to overcome in street photography.
Street photography is not only capturing people and create images, to me it is somenthing more meaningful.
Many of the street photography rules were imposed by Henri Cartier-Bresson.
This is a list of 8 rules that were told to me when I started shooting street photography. I’ve never followed them.
This term was firstly adopted by Henri Cartier-Bresson, but what is exatly the decisive moment?
This is a list of 10 personal rules I follow when it comes to shoot street photography
Since I’ve started shooting photography (mainly street photography) I’ve always used a phone and used to shot in “Auto” mode.
In according to me, phones are the best cameras for photography and street photography.
Here are some reasons:
Candid street photography is not stealing the soul of people, it’s only another way to shoot street photography.
When I stated shooting street photography I’ve always used to shot it candidly, without asking for permission.
Since I started shooting street photography I’ve used to shot it in color, except few months when I used to shot in black and white.
I will share with you some of the lessons I learned after two years shooting street photography: