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Compose and Wait – Street Photography Tip #1 – Viral Trends

Compose and Wait – Street Photography Tip #1

Whats guuucci y’all, today we are doing the first installment here on the channel in a new series covering street photography tips! Here I wish to breakdown what I’ve learned so far and provide you guys with some tips on how to improve your street photography as much as possible! I’m still learning myself and I believe one of the best ways to retain information is to regurgitate it and share it with you guys so if you enjoy the video and want to see more from this series hit that subscribe button and drop a like!

Compose and Wait: In street photography a lot of us tend to get in the groove and find ourselves moving quick, trying out best to capture the next “decisive moment” and it’s one of the things that really takes a toll on us. Sometimes when fall into that I feel like I can’t always make interesting images. To combat this, i my best to let the photo present itself.

1.) Compose – The first step in this technique is to find an interesting composition. Maybe you have leading lines or the light and shadow in a particular area is really nice, find it and frame your shot.

2.) Think about what you want the photo to be in the end – Try an imagine where you want your subject to be, the feel of the photo. Ask yourself what you’re trying to show and accomplish with this photo.

3.) If your visio requires a subject to be in the frame, wait and sit and keep shooting until you get the perfect one. If someone walks into th frame but doesn’t fit the feel of the photo still take the shot but don’t leave right away. Instead shoot 50% more photos than you usually would until you feel like you git the right one.

Final Thoughts: Slow yourself down and find a composition. Wait for the subject to enter the frame and also watch the edges of your frame and make sure it’s not messy. You don’t want to have anything that distracts the viewer from the photo. Direct the viewers eye, simplify and take your photo.

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  1. Is it just me, or does that man in your image look like Dale Dye, the actor? If it is, that would explain their attire and facial expressions. They see a photographer standing and waiting for them to come by. They don't want to acknowledge him, but they don't want to be photographed either. Check out some images of Dale Dye and you'll see what I mean!

  2. Yeah man. Street photography is quite skitzofrenic in that the best photo's either come from a quick draw reaction to the unexpected or patiently waiting for a set up scene to be completed by the right circumstances.

  3. Most annoying thing is waiting for someone to walk by your composition so you can take the photo you want to take but they think they're in the way so they move away or slow down.

  4. Its a nice looking photo, but this photo is about as deep as a puddle. Theres literally no drama associated with the butterflies and theres literally no junxtoposition. It looks nice, dont ruin it with fake deep bs

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