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Street Photography and the Great Beyond of Individual Existence

by: Sergio Burns Street Photography and the Great Beyond of Individual Existence Light, shadow and colour, not to mention brightly decorated trees, sparkling street illuminations and snow? Well, maybe snow. Okay, you guessed, well done you, yes, yes, yes, it is Christmas. At this time of year I like to sift through my favourite memories of the previous 11 months and pick out, for me, … Continue reading Street Photography and the Great Beyond of Individual Existence

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40 Inspiring Examples of Street Photography

by: Stephanie Kay-Kok Street photography can be either easy or difficult to pick up, depending on your perspective. On the one hand, you have a wealth of interesting subjects to photograph. You don’t need to plan a photo shoot or buy special gear to get awesome shots. If you live or work in a city, great street photography is right at your front door. Bahadır … Continue reading 40 Inspiring Examples of Street Photography

Frame Within a Frame Photography: A Guide

A Post By: Kevin Landwer-Johan Frame within a frame photography is a creative technique that works in many genres of photography. But what is it, and how can you use it for amazing photos? In this article, we’re going to take a look at this composition “rule” – which you can apply very obviously or even very subtly in your photographs. So if you’re ready … Continue reading Frame Within a Frame Photography: A Guide

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