A list of 5 street photography tips I apply while shooting on the streets:
The more I take photographs the happier I am. Every time I click the shutter and take a photo, I feel alive. I think there is an impulse that comes from the inside (maybe it is in my DNA) that drives me to make photographs.
I think that to be a better street photographer I must be faster by shooting. What I mean is that, while shooting on the streets, I must think less and be more intuitive.
I’ve just arrived in Germany where I will spend my Christmas holidays with my grandparents. Here I feel at home (despite my home is in South Italy). Here I can leave all my problems at home and can really mediate on my life.
Lately I’m trying to find a more meaningful aspect in my photography. I’m trying to capture what is inside me, I’m trying to capture my mood, my feelings, I shoot myself and I shoot for myself.
Most street photographers think that street photography is only allowed to be shot in black and white.
But since I started shooting street photography I’ve used to shot it in color
I love photography because it is self expression of the soul.
Street photography gives me the opportunity to have a voice, I can share with others my personal vision of the world, in a pessimistic and positive way; I can share my beliefs and morals.
Each of us shot street photography for different reasons. Each of us has its own style and each of us use to get into the ‘zone’ in different ways.
This is a list of five things I do to get into the zone while shooting street photography:
I am currently going through a creative block with my street photography. I walk through my city and everything looks the same, nothing different is going on.
Here are some things I do when I don’t feel inspired:
Fear of shooting strangers is, for many, the toughest thing to overcome in street photography.