Street photography, sometimes called true photography, captures moments, which can be an opportunity that only lasts a second, or a lot of effort just to get a worthy photo. Most importantly, it is the training of your eyes to observe everything around you, pay attention to the smallest details, practice your patience and get the right layout to tell a story. story. Here’s how to Take street photos honestly and vividly with 5 simple tips.
Alone but not lonely
1. Don’t be afraid to crop your photo
A midday lunch break (before)
Cropping your photos is a great way to eliminate distractions. In this case, we cut out the plastic bag at the top and one of the left handrails of the image to collapse the composition, focusing more on the subject.
A midday lunch break (after)
2. Name your photo
Outline a description line so the photograph can significantly change its meaning. Your photos may be visually appealing, but by adding a short description line, it will give viewers more context and a better tool for storytelling. Add some thought to your photos and guide viewers using images and words.
The dedication behind a sewing machine
3. Look deeper into everyday life
Sometimes we tend to miss things we often encounter, such as a construction site or a sidewalk. If you pay special attention, you can find beauty from everyday life. We saw a group of workers on the road and took a moment at their workplace. Once again, name your photo – which in this case, we call it “Connection” – to tell a story.
4. Shoot at a lower angle
Try out different angles that suit every type of photography, and this is also useful for street photography. Use the tilting LCD screen of the Canon EOS M100 to shoot from lower angles. This feature brings a different perspective and has the ability to make your photos look more dynamic.
Dreaming about a glass of ice beer
5. Choose your device wisely
Equipment and the photographer’s eye are all important. As you practice and cultivate to become a better photographer, equip yourself with good camera equipment to help you produce better quality photos. We chose the Canon EOS M100 with the EF-M55-200mm f / 4.5-6.3 IS STM lens for lightweight quality and zoom capabilities.
Comfort under the umbrella
The beauty of street photography is that you will never know what to expect, and the extraordinary things that can happen on a normal day. and practice whenever possible.
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