There is No Bad Light for Street Photography

By: Valerie Jardin One of the advantages of being a street photographer is that you certainly don’t need to get up before dawn to catch the good light. Harsh sunlight, nighttime and rainy days are only a few of the most desired situations on the streets. Getting up too early, before people are out and about, may actually be counter-productive in your search for the … Continue reading There is No Bad Light for Street Photography

50mm Street Photography: What Makes It Great (+ Tips)

A Post By: Simon Ringsmuth There’s a longstanding debate about whether 50mm street photography is the right way to go, or if wider lenses are a better choice. Most people who practice street photography prefer lenses with a broader field of view like 35m or 28mm, but that doesn’t mean 50mm is useless. Far from it, in fact. There are many good reasons to choose … Continue reading 50mm Street Photography: What Makes It Great (+ Tips)

Street Photography

The art of capturing a scene in a public place, particularly on the street, is called street photography. Many of these types of photographs are also considered to be candid in nature, usually unstaged and shot spontaneously. Depending on the country, there are certain consent laws to take into account when taking photos of people in public. Being aware of what these laws are in … Continue reading Street Photography

5 Exercises to Improve Your Street Photography

Do you want to capture amazing street photography, but you just feel like you’re not good enough? Don’t worry, because this article is going to give you five fantastic street photography exercises that are guaranteed to improve your street photography. It’ll provide you with the tools you need to take amazing street photos. Let’s get started. 1. Find a scene and stand in place for … Continue reading 5 Exercises to Improve Your Street Photography