This is a list of tips which I wished someone told me about when I started to shot street photography.
One of the toughest challenges to face in street photography is being invisible, blending in with the environment.
This a list of things I do to be ‘invisible’ while shooting street photography:
When I started shooting street photography I was not sure if I could do it in my boring and small town, there was nothing going on. I thought I need to travel or maybe move in a bigger city.
That was false.
Shooting street photography gives me a sense of joy and tranquillity. I feel a sense of peace, I feel happy.
I walk slower and meditate. I let my eyes wander and whenever I see something interesting, I capture it. I just shot what interest me.
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.