Fear of shooting strangers is, for many, the toughest thing to overcome in street photography.
I will share with you some of the lessons I learned after two years shooting street photography:
When it comes to street photography follow my brain can be the wrong decision to take.
A street photographer is a human being with a camera that loves other human beings. …
When it comes to shoot street photography I’ve no excuses to not just go out and shoot it.
I’m not a photographer, I’m more than a photographer.
I’ve realized that in photography-and in life of course- I must never stop innovating, never stop creating, and never stop evolving.
In street photography, and photography, it’s important to listen to our inner-voice and not to the opinions of others.
In street photography, and photography, in addition to use your brain, heart is the most important tool. To shoot too analytically isn’t enough to take a good and meaningful shot, it’s necessary to embody your soul and your heart in your shots.
I’m the one who doesn’t like to make a list on the new year’s resolutions, this is my first time. I decide to write this “to do list” to remember to myself that my photography needs an “upgrade”.