Learning Street PhotographyDPMag Published in Blog
All week we’ve been looking at some masters of street photography. But what if you want to learn how to do it yourself—maybe eventually become a master in your own right? Covering everything from how to hold the camera to how to shoot stealthily on the fly, there's a great DPS article on tips for candid street photography. The piece provides a whole "how-to" guide for getting up close and personal portraits—a mainstay in the street shooter’s repertoire. Philip Greenspun, the brains behind Photo.net, has even written a wonderful street photography guide for everyone from beginners to advanced shooters. It’s a must for anyone looking to hone their street photography skills.
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