Above is the presentation I used as an introduction to composition in street photography. Feel free to use, edit, and distribute the presentation on Slideshare here. Learn more about composition in street photography via the lessons below:
Thinking of changing over to a mirrorless rig? Read the opinions of some of the top pros in the industry before you take the plunge.
We’ve all heard different opinions about the fancy new mirrorless camera systems available today. Some photographers have made the change while others don’t think it wise. I asked a bunch of Alien Skin’s photographer friends to share their thoughts about adopting a mirrorless rig as their main camera. Their responses have really helped solidify my now undying desire to own one. Thanks for spending my money, guys! ;-P
Photography is my hobby, I’m not a creative person, I fix things so i like things to work. My camera bags reflect this, i have two (well actually a lot of them) but two for this photo. One is my “carry all” for when I’m going out on a days shoot, the second is my “carry light” for when I get chance to take a few shots when I’m on lunch…..or with the Wife! My camera gear changes fairly frequently, not because i have G.A.S, but because I am highly critical of them as they are a tool and should do as you command, not….having to live with the ‘quirks’.
Infrared photography with digital camera systems have been around for several years now and a lot of photographers have embraced this different spectrum of photography. Infrared is wildly popular in photography and fine art galleries now and my workshops are full of lots of talented photographers who desire to learn or expand their infrared skills.
Walked home the long way. Looking for interesting light. Found it by working from the dark side. Photos captured with Fujifilm X100s. Mostly from the hip. All way under exposed, out-of-camera BW JPEGs.
We’ve been working with professional portrait photographer Damien Lovegrove to bring you some videos that will inspire you to get more from your camera and help you take your photography to the next level.
Here’s the problem with most travel photography books: they are to some degree disingenuous. They play on the idea that you’d love to be a full-time travel shooter, and build on that desire to point you in a lot of inappropriate directions.
I mean, it’s cool to know how to shoot for a cover, or how to get in touch with picture buyers for travel mags or how to (try to) sell your work as travel stock. But the reality is that only a very small percentage of people who try will actually make it as travel photographers.
The Street Core Photography Group, its Online Gallery and its administrators/curators (Alex, Vali, Octavian, Michail) are delighted to announce to you the publication of the first eBook with the 50 winning pictures of Summer 2014.