Street Photography

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“I really believe there are things nobody would see if I didn’t photograph them.”
Diane Arbus

Street photography is one of the most difficult genres of photography, but at the same time one of the most rewarding.
It is a spectacle of everyday life.
Right outside your front door, there are plenty of images waiting to be captured, from the man sitting at the cafe in his portable street stall to the florist arranging flowers in his shop around the corner.
Street photography does not have to be done on the street. You can take street photography anywhere.
You can find opportunities to practice street photography everywhere and you don't necessarily have to travel to capture great photos.

Street photography is one of the most challenging but at the same time one of the most rewarding genres of photography.
It is is a show day-to-day life.
Right outside your front door there are many images just waiting to be captured, from the man sitting at the cafe shop, to the florist arranging flowers in her shop on the corner. 
Street photography does not have to be done on the streets. You can do street photography anywhere.
You can find opportunities to practice street photography everywhere and you don’t necessarily need to travel to capture great shots.
Right now, social media is flooded with mediocre and subpar street photography. 
Just pointing your camera in the direction of a person on the street does not qualify as street photography. 
Think about your frame, the action, the composition, etc... 
And very quickly.
A street portrait requires you to interact with your subject. Interacting with a stranger can be a little scary at first. 
But it will allow you to meet extraordinary people.