I really like to take photographs. I find joy by creating new photographs everyday. In according to me the best way to be less depressed and also to seek happiness is to take photographs. This is why I use to shoot everyday.
Urban landscape is a sub-genre of street photography, it’s taking photographs or a landscape of something urban. It’s finding emotions in buildings, capturing the man made world. It offers a critique on our society. It’s a reflection of us as humans, and of society.
Beauty is everywhere around us, and street photography is finding beauty in the commons things of everyday life (in according to me).
Here are my personal tips I use to find beauty in the mundane:
I use to shot candid street photography not because it’s a rule imposed by most of the street photography masters but because I lack of courage to ask people for permission.
Here are some of candid street photography techniques I personally use when I’m on the streets:
In according to me the best camera in street photography is the simplest one. The simplest camera in street photography is a mobile phone.
Sometimes it happens that I’m in a creative block with my street photography. During this period, when I walk through my city, everything looks the same, nothing different is going on.
Here are some things I do if I need some inspiration in my street photography:
In according to me it’s always better to just click the shutter and take as many photographs as possible than not taking any photo. Even if I’m taking “bad” photographs
Street photography is capturing people, the life in our cities, and in general is capturing humanity. But it is right to take photographs of people on the streets?
In street photography, and photography in general, the most important thing is to photograph what I like.
It’s been a while since I started shooting street photography. Here is a list of 50 things I learned during this years: