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How to predict moments in street photography before they happen – DIY Photography

Can you predict the best moments when you are taking street photographs.

As if finding amazing moments wasn’t hard enough, you also have to capture them in the blink of an eye. Especially in the beginning, that can be very frustrating! Once you shift from finding moments to predicting moments, it gets much easier. This has 3 major advantages for you: 1) More time to compose the shot 2) More […]

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What is the best camera for street photography? – DIY Photography

Sean Patrick Allen makes a good point that the best street camera is the one you currently have that has the capability of capturing images. Watch the video to see which camera he uses.

For years we’ve been told that “the best camera is the one that’s with you”, and to a point it’s true.  But that doesn’t mean that you can’t ensure you always have the most suitable camera with you before you head out the door. In this video, street photographer Sean Patrick Allen of Rambles with my Camera discusses […]

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▶ John Free Goes Shooting “What a Joy of Life” Street Photography Tips – YouTube

Street photo tips.

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How to Shoot Portraits of Strangers on the Street Like a Ninja

Tips to becoming a better street photographer.

While teaching a street photography workshop in Chicago recently, photographer Chuck Jines saw an opportunity to teach his students how he’s sometimes able

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7 Street Photography Rules That Should Be Broken

More photography rules to be broken. This time, street photography is on trial.

There is an all-too-common path that many people follow when they begin to practice street photography. They grab their camera, go to the busiest place they can find, and capture people head-on over and over again. While this is certainly something that you should do, it is not the only thing. I want to dispel a few […]

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