There’s nothing more satisfying than a good street photograph, one with the look of a Levitt, Evans or Siskind street photography style, whether it be an abstract piece or whether it one that was a perfect coincidence that you caught in the right place at the right time. This is the second of a two-part article about how to be a sharpshooter on the street by taking photographs from the hip and beyond. Ten Street Photography Tips for the Daring Part 1 is the first.
Here are the other five tips. These street photography tips for the daring work best when you apply one or more (as many as you can) at a time.
|Photograph someone photographing.|
|Catch someone with their all limbs extended.|
|Find frame (wrought iron gate) for pretty object (bow).|
|Sitting in an unconventional seat.|
|One person who is real and one who is not in the same frame.|