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:
Street photography helpes me to appreciate the banal things of everyday life, find beauty in the mundane. Street photography has taught me that I can take meaningful and interesting photographs of my own boring hometown, it doesn’t matter how big the place in which I live is. I must work hard to capture beautiful moments in an ordinary town.
Here are 5 things I love about street photography:
What I learned during this years spent on taking photographs and shooting street photography is that there are no rules. There aren’t rules, only tips and suggestions. It is all subjective.
Many of the street photography rules were imposed by Henri Cartier-Bresson. This unwritten rules are:
Everyone have got different reasons why shoot street photography, different code of ethics and different way of shooting. It is personal.
The way I use to shoot street photography is personal. I shoot in a way which ethically fits my morals and ethics.
Urban landscape is taking photographs or a landscape of something urban. It’s finding emotions in buildings, capturing the man made world and it offer also a critique on society.
Here are some (personal) reasons on why shooting urban landscape:
In according to me, phones are the best cameras for photography and street photography.
Here are some reasons:
I’m actually in Germany for holidays, and during this time I like to reflect and meditate on life and everything. So, it’s reflection time.
I wrote many different articles with many different reasons on why do I take photographs, but this is a “complete” article.
Is it possible to shoot street photography in small cities or in general a non dense city, that is boring and not so funny? The answer is yes, it is possible.
In according to me the best way to be less depressed and also to seek happiness is to take photographs.