(Inspired in part by Two Cute dogs‘ top 10 series.) A lot of this may be familiar for the veterans, but for the new and upcoming shooters these tips have saved my life. Here goes. Take them with a grain of salt. 1. Take a photo before you go out. Assuming you’re using digital of course. … Continue reading »
“Jane’s carousel is basically an island now. Poor horses.” – Instagram user andjelicaaa Normally I wouldn’t write about Instagram posts, but this one in particular is devastating, disheartening, and shocking. Have a look at the impact of Hurricane Sandy in this WSJ article, and in its wake. I won’t say much, except to say that … Continue reading »
Do you have the balls to argue with a police officer? Apparently you have the right to, at least in London. In most countries, taking photographs in public is allowed (even of private property, as long as you are not physically in the property). Do you agree with the approach these photographers are taking to defend the right of their cameras and photography?
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Reblogged from Steven Ichikawa Photography: Steven Ichikawa, fellow SF street photographer
So in case you’ve never gone on a street photog shoot before, here’s what it looks like! I just watched this video and realized it’s a very good example of what shooting in groups looks like. As you can see, it doesn’t have to be a pervy, solo expedition. It can just as well incorporate … Continue reading »