RECENT POSTS IN Street Photography
What Does It Take To Be an NGO Photographer? – An Equipment Checklist
There’s a lot more to breaking into NGO photography or photojournalism than just having the right gear, but investing in appropriate equipment will at least put you on the right track.
Obeying the Law & Practicing Good Ethics in Street photography
Street photographer Sean Tucker is constantly putting out truly informative content. Recently, he put out a video all about the ethics of street photography and how to avoid any legal trouble that could come from the result of bad practice. There’s some great information in here you may want to take in before heading out for your next street-photography project.
Surprise Street Photography in NYC with Josh Katz
Armed with his Polaroid camera, Josh took to the streets, taking photos of unsuspecting people as usual. But this time, instead of heading off to go and capture the next candid moment, he decided to give his subject the one and only photo he took, hoping to discuss it with them.
Street Photographer Sean Tucker Shares His Contact Sheets and His Process on Street Photography
Lift. Click. Walk away. Post the perfect shot. Wouldn’t that be nice? When it comes to street photography, absolutely! The…
Street Photography Caught On Film: Featuring Mavis CW and her Kodak Tri-X
Sometimes, dipping into the old ways can teach you something more about the new. Follow along as Sean Tucker has a great discussion with street photography Mavis CW, about how the process of shooting and developing film can reignite the spark for photography.
Use These 8 Street Photography Tips to Create Compelling Images
Felix Irawan is a wedding photography out of Melbourne Australia with a side passion for street photography. We came across his work in our Facebook Community Group in our Week 9 Challenge: “To show us what you like to shoot when you’re not being paid.”
Step Out Of Your Creative Comfort Zone To Level Up Your Street Photography
Here are five tips to help you get outside of your comfort zone and elevate your street photography.