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Getting close to your subject | wide angle street-photography – Viral Trends

Getting close to your subject | wide angle street-photography

Hey there, it’s about time for a new video! This time I wanna talk to you about a topic that I find rather important in street photography. I absolutely love to get close to my subject using a wide angle lens and in this video, I explain to you why and I give you some tips so you can try it for yourself the next time you go out and hit the streets.

My blog post about this topic with more images and all the EXIF data:

Getting close to your subject | wide angle street-photography

If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below. 🙂

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  1. I’m a big fan and am currently binge watching all your videos. I noticed in your earlier how to shoot #3 video that some people reacted negatively to your close proximity (see e.g, at 4:11 of that video). it’s happened to me also, but like you I just move on and keep taking photos. Thanks for all your content, it’s really inspiring. Your photos are fantastic.

  2. Was ich dem Video als einzigen Kommentar anhängen möchte ist, dass ich für mich das Gefühl hab, dass die Leute hier in Deutschland scheinbar büschn mürrischer reagieren, wenn man sie fotografiert; in Prag oder auch generell anderen Ländern scheinen die Leute weniger Probleme damit zu haben. Oder täusche ich mich da gänzlich und lasse mir von meinem letzten büschn Schüchternheit Quatsch erzählen? 😀
    Ich wünsch dir noch n schönen Sonntag! 😉

  3. Really great tips there.  It has occurred to me that being physically imposing is a help in 'street photography.'  Joel Meyerowitz looks and acts like a boxer when he's shooting on the street.  Erik Kim's got to be over 6 ft. tall and his toothy smile would scare anyone.

  4. This video has really motivated me to grab my Q and head out over the next few days! Good work!

    I live in the UK and I find it quite challenging to take candid photos in the street. People here seem to be more sensitive to having their images taken and I feel like confrontation is never far away. Guess it's just something I'll have to work on.

  5. Good advice and great shots. Two complications I've come across: 1. When I'm waiting for people to move into the right position, thinking they're going to spoil some other shot, they hang back or step out of the way. 2. If they catch me snapping them they grin at the camera or make friendly gestures, spoiling the candid effect.

  6. Very good 🙂 And it's hard to add something :))
    there are no rules I think 🙂 when necessary then ask , if it is not necessary then not ask,
    But as long as you try, everything is possible.

    My experience is, that I never know how anyone reacts In front of my lens.
    But it always gives us the opportunity to Get a new experience.

    And good video I like it 🙂

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