It will help you train your photography eye and expand your vision.
12) Don’t Shoot During Blue and Golden Hours Only
While it’s important to choose a particular time for landscape photography (for example, shooting before 11am or after 5pm), shooting during the golden andblue houronly doesn’t really work for street photography.
You see snow, fog, rain or blizzard?
It’s time to go out and start shooting!
13) Photograph Non-Touristy Parts of A City
When it comes to street photography, you can capture sincere emotions and the true life of the city anywhere you are.
Don’t just go to touristy places.
Look around you and you’ll see excellent scenes that are worth photographing.
14) Have a Spare Battery Handy
Last thing you want is to have your battery die on you just when you wanted to take that awesome image.
Usually I recommend keeping a spare battery handy, especially if we’re talking about compact cameras/point-and-shooters.
This way you will not only save time but also convey emotion and feeling in photographs at its peak!
Taking Better Street Photographs
There is one last thing I wanted to say:
You won’t get photography masterpieces every time you go out as there are alot of factors involved, among it being luck, having the right mood, as well as a number of external circumstances of the city life.
Just enjoy your shooting process.
Understand that your main purpose is to learn how to feel the world around you and capture the moments.
Be patient. Be persistent.
Now, I’d like to hear from YOU:
What are your tips for street photographers?
15 Street Photography Tips and Tricks: How to Capture Compelling Images Today (2018)
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