This 4 minute video packs a lot of information into a short space of time and I’m sure many will be able to pick up at least one new trick here, even if you’re been doing street photography for a while.
Some of the tips seem a lot like plain old common sense for anybody who’s been doing street photography for a little while, like framing up your shot, and then simply waiting for something to happen.
Finding new angles is also something that many photographers of all genres learn very early on, but the video includes several tips on how to actually get those angles.
Some suggestions aren’t so obvious, like using a WiFi enabled camera and watching the liveview feed from your mobile phone to keep your subjects unaware so they continue to act naturally.
That last one might seem a little sneaky to some, but that’s one of the great things about street photography. We all have our own moral compass which allows us to get unique shots that others wouldn’t be able to.
What other tips and suggestions can you offer to make somebody’s next street photography outing more successful? Let us know in the comments.