One of the most common comments that I receive is that people are either nervous to photograph in a street photography style, or have ethical questions or dilemmas about doing so. This makes perfect sense, and I completely understand!
In this quick video I would like to help you with an easy way to get comfortable with street and travel photography.
I took this photo in Ameyokocho, a fantastic historical market in Ueno, Tokyo. I always take my photo workshop participants to this market as its ALWAYS full of amazing photo opportunities. Come along with me on the next Japan adventure! www.japanphototour.com
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are you a little bit apprehensive to create street photographs because you don't know the people involved well if so I have a tutorial for you check it out in my mind this starting point couldn't be simpler to photograph people on the street who you don't know simply look for the other photographers photographers are really unique breed where their pictures are course dynamic but they also often look really interesting as well so take a look at these other pictures that have taken in Japan and one common theme is that the photographer's are usually interesting looking and dynamic and appearance mainly because they're focused on exactly what you're focused on getting the right image so to summarize if you are feeling a little bit apprehensive to get into street photography because you don't know the people simply start out and practice by photographing other photographers it's really fun and it usually produces some amazing results