How to Shoot Good Street Photos

August 26, 2013 by jonehabo  
Published in Fashion

If you would like to have a better level of street snap, you are suggested to do like this. Put aside your camera and just look around and observe attentively for a moment. Wait what will happen and just let things develop in front of you.

If you would like to have a better level of street snap, you are suggested to do like this. Put aside your camera and just look around and observe attentively for a moment. Wait what will happen and just let things develop in front of you.

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How simple the thing is! “It can be called ‘trick’?” questioned by some person. But, thing is not as easy as it sound since it goes against the hair. Just think it over! What a hard thing you have to put your camera down at your side each time you see something interesting.

Camera is actually a useful instrument, but sometimes it can also hamper a better result.

Just a click away, you can easily start the engine and then try to capture all what you can see. What a pity, the most important moments may go unnoticed and missed just due to your eagerness to catch everything appear right in front of you.

In fact before raising your camera to your eyes and after taking it away and editing, most of the work that shooting a high-quality photo is already done. so you need to learn how to use your eyes and catch the transient chance; you need to see the potential for a good photo with your keen observation before you try to capture it.

So you need to learn to be a patient person. Try to hold yourself back, slow yourself down and scan somewhere until you eventually find something, and then press the shutter as soon as possible. More often than not, you had better wait for the situation to develop further, just seeing something isn’t enough.

Always think, can this be better?

For a better street photo, you are supposed to be proactive rather than reactive. You need to realize a potential moment before it takes place. Certainly there will be a possibility that a great photo suddenly come out and what you have to do is capture it as fast as you could. But it’s only a fraction of the time.

For a better realization for a potential moment, practice yourself! Try to observe people from a further distance, esp. in the crowd. Scan the area and go from person to person. If you don’t notice people until they are just, say, 8 feet away from you, you can do nothing but react. However, if you instead notice people say 20 feet away you, you will have much more potential to be proactive and capture the important moment.

Citing someone’s words to end up the article:

The camera is just a tool to capture what your eye sees.  And the more your eye is able to see without the camera, the better your photographs will be.

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Readers’ feedback attacded:

Rightly said James! Camera indeed is just a tool to capture what your eye sees! I follow the above mentioned practice very often while doing streets and I can assure – it works! The thing that I’ve noticed is, if you suddenly take the camera out and start shooting on streets, then it doesn’t works well. People get distracted, some find it offensive. What I usually do is, I go along with the camera on my hand and mix in the crowd. Look around for some unique moments and click it! It goes unnoticeable to most and I get good shots.

Enjoy some street shooting beauties. Sreet style, casual look, and Korean fashion.

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