The Ultimate Guide to Street Photography. In this extensive article, I will help you understand more about street photography, how to do it, and all the things you need to think about including equipment, ethics, and even legalities.
This is the ultimate guide to street photography to help get you started in this genre of photography. What is street photography? Ethics and overcoming your fear.The law and street photography.A few of the most important tips to get you started.Equipment.Camera settings.Composition and light.Advanced tips.Content and concepts of street photography.Editing.Master street photographer research. Street photography is an inherently clunky term, and because of this, there are many street photographers that dislike it. They consider themselves photographers, plain and simple. The first image that typically comes to mind for the term street photography, is an image of a stranger just walking down the street in a city like New York, London, or Tokyo. Robert Frank’s “The Americans”: Timeless Lessons Street Photographers Can Learn. “The Americans” by Robert Frank is one of the most influential photo books published of all-time.
It has inspired countless numbers of photographers across all genres, especially appealing to documentary and street photographers. I know the book has had a profound impact on my photography and how I approach projects. While I am not an expert on Robert Frank or “The Americans”, I will share what I personally have learned from his work. For your reference, I used Steidl’s “Looking In: Robert Frank’s The Americans” as a primary resource for this article. 10 Most Common Mistakes Made by New Photographers. Whenever I teach, I get a lot of requests to review images.
Over time, I’ve started to notice that a majority of the mistakes I see come from the same small group of errors that are repeated constantly, particularly by less experienced photographers. Please keep in mind that all of these common mistakes can also be advantages when done well and with purpose. Eric Kim – Blog. Home. Photography by David Ward.
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Start Here. Eric Kim is a photography teacher currently based in Berkeley, California.
His life’s mission is to create as much “open source photography” during his short tenure on earth. Current Projects Here is what I have going on as of Monday, Nov 18, 2015, @ 1:30pm: Lightroom Training Videos « Julieanne Kost's Blog. If you prefer to view the videos by date created, click the link to my website (www.jkost.com) on the right, under Additional Information.
Although some of these videos were recorded with previous versions of Photoshop, the information/concepts are still relevant. When content becomes outdated, I will move it to the “Archive” section at the bottom of the list – or delete it altogether if it is no longer useful. In this short tip, Julieanne demonstrated how the new Dehaze control in Lightroom CC and Phtooshop CC 2015 can help dramatically improve an image by removing haze or, add artistic atmosphere by adding haze. Face Detection and Recognition in Lightroom CC Discover how to automatically tag images with faces using Lightroom’s new Face Detection and Recognition feature. Raw High Dynamic Range Imaging within Lightroom CC Discover how to combine multiple bracketed exposures into a single, raw, high dynamic range (HDR) image.
Getting the White Balance Right for Neutral Colors. Correct white balance Too blue - shot with flash while white balance was set to indoor lighting.
Too orange - shot with tungsten lighting while white balance was set to daylight. To understand why you might need to adjust the white balance in your camera, you first need to understand color temperature. Adjusting the white balance basically means making sure that a part of the picture that is supposed to be a neutral color does actually contain equal amounts of red, green and blue. We call it white balance but it works equally well with light gray parts of the scene, however generally speaking the lighter the better. On the right you can see the effect of right and wrong white balance in a composition with delicate colors. On most modern cameras we have an AWB (automatic white balance) setting, various fixed color temperature settings such as 'daylight', 'tungsten' and 'flash' and, on the better cameras, and a custom setting.
Getting it Right in the Camera. Best camera settings for hand-held landscapes. Setting up your camera before you start shooting can save you time, effort and maybe even using the wrong camera settings.
In the first of a new series, we’ll be running through our essential guide to setting up your camera for 10 of the most common photographic subjects and situations. Words and images by Chris Rutter With all of the camera settings available on your camera, thinking about every one every time you shoot isn’t the best approach to getting great images. The Ansel Adams Gallery. Fay Godwin Homepage. Charlie Waite Landscape Photographer And Tutor. David Noton Photography. PhotoVogue.