Just a quick video sharing my insights on how to get a great street photo, while shooting in the streets of Quito, Ecuador.
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today's episode start something [Applause] [Applause] I'm here for like for ten days stuffin here at keep the girl that we're going to the Amazon elasmosaurus there's a lot cooler than that 13 it's definitely not somebody we watched a good sign when I look for luggage [Applause] [Applause] Becky higher so fennekin Kalika Portland Dora [Applause] what's up everybody what's going on welcome to Quito Ecuador today we're here we're kind of exploring today that's my first day of the trip and it's so far well it hasn't been good at all yes sir we got a love Airy heartwarming welcome by a guy screaming and I was like help me help me they're gonna kill me does everyone having a party upstairs God was really high on cocaine who's looking for trouble anyways that's all for today we have not much planned other than just going to the middle of the world yeah today we're going to be equator and which is basically the line the device the world in half and yeah it's basically that's why it's called Nick what called Twitter in Spanish anyways that's the fact that it has really taken me to places a whole lot of places and I'm very thankful for it one of the things I really like about traveling is just like immersing yourself into the culture and getting to know the place not only by the sides of the food and everything was just like really getting to know the people and one of those things I kind of use to immerse myself photographically it's street photography street photography it's basically for drafting the street coach of a place and there can be more like anymore organic and more natural place than the city streets of a place and that is your photography but you know it's kind of hard for me it's like one of the toughest parts of photography because like you can't to only capture the moments that only happens one as of right now just let me explain to you very quickly what street photography kind of looks like it's just the art at the moment one of my main tricks are use for street photography is just kind of like interacting with people like people get freaked out when you kind of take a picture of them it's not nice because people don't like having cameras around and the moment they realize we have a camera everything stops but the act of being natural the act of being Street the act of being urban it's just it stops in the moment so it's just knots in the moment so you gotta be a Simoes like mischievious as possible you just go you gotta hide yourself into the camera like you not let them look at you that you're like trying to frame the moment but yeah okay there's two guys over there selling how a local on the streets we're trying to go take a picture but we're not really gonna take a picture but like most of it was like trying to interact with them and recommended tips if they're selling something no probably you have to buy it there's a guy becoming emo hey go go go go you see it those guys are kind of cool like when you buy them stuff but like you kind of like interact with them you get like more natural motions of the pictures let's just set up for a moment