Tuesday, 16 October 2012

The Single Most Important Tip for Street Photography

This article, written by James Maher for Picture Correct, gives a novel, but valuable tip into helping you become a successful street photographer.

If you clicked this link expecting a simple technical tip to improve your street photography then you’ve come to the wrong place. This is not an article about getting closer, zone focusing, hip-shooting, camera settings, or using a wide-angle prime lens.

Practicing all of these things is important to be able capture what you see out there in our fast moving world, but thinking too much about this stuff can also distract us from what we should be thinking about, which is what we are seeking to capture out there.

Because that’s ultimately what photography, and more specifically street photography, is; it is about trying to capture what you see and think about life.

Okay, I know you want this tip. So what is this ‘single most important’ tip to street photography?

It’s simple... follow the link to discover how simple it is: The Single Most Important Tip for Street Photography – PictureCorrect
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