There’s nothing better than just go out with my smartphone and just take photographs. I just take photographs of everything that interest me like people, buildings and stuff on the ground. I like to document humanity.
I’m so inspired by the power of photography the power to create images
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).
Street photography is not only capturing people on the streets, my definition of street photography is: capturing humanity everywhere, even without people in the frame.
Here are 5 tips I follow when I’m shooting urban landscape:
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: