Tag: Street

7 Vital Tips to Improve Your Candid Street Photography

If people watching is in your nature, you owe it to yourself to try some street photography. It can be addicting, and the fleeting moments you can capture will be one of a kind. It is a genre of photography similar to fishing. The more you enjoy the process, and the more you cast your […]

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A Street Photographer’s Guide to Photographing New York

New York City is one of the great meccas of the world for photography, and it’s a place where every photographer should try to explore at least once in their life. From the state of the art skyscrapers, to the old ornate architecture, to the people and the fashion, there is a never-ending amount of […]

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The Pros and Cons of Black and White Versus Color for Street and Travel Photography

The question of whether to shoot street and travel photos in black or white or color is an eternal one that isn’t going to go away. But one of the interesting things about digital photography is that it lets you decide whether to process a photo in black and white or color after the photo […]

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Street Scenes from Islamabad

Islamabad is the capital city of Pakistan. Contrary to some negative media depictions, it is a clean, beautiful and well-planned city nestled in the foothills of the Himalayas. I was born and raised there. I left at the age of 20, when I immigrated to the US. Like all displaced people, my place of birth […]

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Top Street and Travel Photography Tips of 2016

This week we have shared some other popular articles from 2016. Check those out here: Top Gear Related Articles of 2016 15 of the Most Popular Landscape Photography Articles of 2016 18 of the Most Popular Portrait Articles on dPS in 2016 Some of the Best Beginner Photography Tips of 2016 Most-Read Post-Processing Articles of […]

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How to Be Invisible as a Street Photographer

Taking photos of strangers on the street isn’t something that comes naturally to all photographers. For some, it’s the ultimate challenge. These tips from street photographer Eric Kim can help you immensely in preparing an approach for your street photography session: Click, Pause, Move On The most obvious giveaway that you’ve taken someone’s picture on […]

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A Simple Way to Conquer Your Fear of Street Photography

Frustrating, isn’t it? You are ready to go out, your camera is in your hands, it’s a nice day outside and once you actually go where people are….panic starts settling in. It’s that old fear of street photography. It’s almost like, as soon as you start putting the camera to your eye, your heart starts […]

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