Blending in is one of the most important traits of a good Street Photographer and shooting from the hip is a great technique. Acting invisibly on the street allows us to capture those candid momentscapture those candid moments without...
Street Photography is one of the fastest genres of Photography. Scenes appear on the fly and vanish within seconds. Therefore there is the prejudice, that Street Photography is "only" a snapshot discipline that doesn't require a lot thinking that...
There are a lot of unwritten rules in Street Photography and phrases that have been repeated unlimited times. Some even to the extent that they lost their original meaning or that it isn't clear why the Street Photography quotes...
It is cold outside and the winter isn't the most pleasant time of the year to take photos. That was my initial thought too, but starting this year my impression changed a lot and I found that the Christmas...
In the previous article Talent vs Training I claimed that anybody can practice improving their ability to see interesting scenes and create aesthetic pictures. Recently I got a message complimenting that they liked my pictures, but unfortunately they don't have a "photographic...
Street Photography is a snapshot discipline and although my focus is on taking the best single images I am able to, working on a continuous Street Photography Project can be advantageous in manifold ways. If you didn't think about starting...
2016 is almost over and it has been a wonderful ride for the last the year. In terms of Street Photography I tried many different styles and went through many changes that I am happy to be done. Therefore...
After the huge influx of photography workshops, more and more organizations and businesses seem to offer photo competitions, giving out their awards and providing exposure for the winning photographers. The label of an award-winning photographer with the accompanied exposure...
Capturing a great Street Image is the combination of being at the right time at the right spot while mastering your camera. The first mix is often described as the "Decisive Moment" which is linked to Henri Cartier-Bresson due...
It wasn't even 24 hours after I arrived in a small village somewhere in the jungle of East Java in the middle between the mountains and the beach of Banyuwangi, that I got the offer from my homestay's brother...

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