I love the street, it’s a live and provides a lot of human experiences for the creative photographer. It takes a lot of training to get one’s mind ready to hit the street. It is a real experience and I would love to get out again. Right now I don’t have a car and that’s a problem for me.
These photographs are from a while ago.
I not sure what this image means to me, how about you ? Leave a comment, I love to hear what you think. Thanks in advance.
Street photography, also sometimes called candid photography, is photography conducted for art or inquiry that features unmediated chance encounters and random incidents within public places. Wikipedia
Street Photography Strategies:
In Plain Site Or Stealth Mode?
Is All Street Photography Candid?
Again, the sticklers out there will say “yes,” you must shoot street photography candidly. Still, I disagree. While some folks say that street portraits are another genre of photography, I lump them under the street photography umbrella.
A Beautiful smile.
A street portrait requires you to interact with your subject. Interacting with a stranger may strike fear into those just starting. However, I have met some fascinating people this way. I will talk more about getting over that fear in a bit.
Some great expressions captured here. I’ll look forward to seeing the one on fear. I’ve never been very comfortable at this sort of street photography. By the way, why do you use Brake instead of Break? I keep looking for a hidden meaning!