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DigitalRev's Street Photography Do's and Don'ts

Are you still scared of getting your feet wet in street photography? DigitalRev has a couple of do's and don'ts that should help you get started.

Getting started with street photography seems intimidating and sometime’s, it is. But that doesn’t mean that you get to just twiddle your thumbs promising yourself that you’ll start tomorrow. There’s no time like the present! To help you to get started, Kai of Digital Rev TV has collected a couple of helpful do’s and don’ts as far as street photography is concerned. Some are pretty obvious, like making sure that you’ve prepped everything on your camera, while some are completely unexpected. Check it out yourself!

written by cruzron

1 comment

  1. iamtheju

    iamtheju

    Good tips...
    I think England and the US are probably the harder places to do street photography without getting knifed or shot. I know people who have been threatened by strangers that thought they were taking photos of them.
    I would feel obliged to ask each person for their permission, but I know that would ruin a lot of shots as they would pose.
    People in Asia seem far less self concious and paranoid. lol

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