Landscape photography was the easiest genre for me to get into as an avid outdoors person but I had always been intrigued with street photography. I envied and admired the real life moments that people captured so, I set out to try it for myself. Brooklyn is a dream for street photography! Let me know what you think.
Been browsing through fstoppers for a couple of months now and finally decided to join the community. Took up photography to capture family moments and our travels. Anyway, I started street photography not too long ago and would really appreciate some comments/critique to some of my work here. Thanks!
Would love to hear some thoughts if these talk to any of you. Shoot on a low end Nikon with a kit lens.Thank you.
Hi, I just joined Fstoppers and found this group. There are a lot of really good photographers here! I've only uploaded 3 shots so far. I don't know how good they are...I'm a little intimidated!
These photos were part of an effort I made specifically to do street photography. I most often do landscape stuff, but with knee injuries I find that ain't gonna happen no more. So, do you have any thoughts? Tips and advice? Cheers and jeers? Or does it just suck?
Street photography is my side hobby, something that I do to relax. But, living in a rural town it's a bit hard to get out and do very often. So, when I get to big cities I kind of relish the opportunities.
There was just something about the mixing of colors and light that really makes me like how this picture turned out.
Living in LA (westside especially, by the beach), always feel my street photography differs drastically from the well-known NYC-based, London-based, Tokyo-based photographers. What do you think? Are the beach, the boardwalk part of street photo as you see it? Eager to hear your pov. It's also a question of how to compose, frame....
Street photography is one of those things that always a hit or miss for me. It's hard for me to often take it seriously as it''s my time away from being "professional" but its something that I do that I'd like my professional self to be proud of.
Recently i started with this little weird project about movie like style photography.
Hello everybody! This is my first post on Fstoppers... I've been an amateur photographer for over thirty years, but put the hobby down for quite a while. Recently got rid of all my old film equipment, and put together a decent kit with a used Canon 6D and some decent starter glass, and I'm having a ball.
I'm still learning how to...
I've just started dipping my toes in some street photography after being inspires by guys such as Sean Tucker and Craig Whitehead. Would love to know what you think and get some feedback.
Samsung Galaxy s8 plus with .45 wide angle lens on the native F1.7 lens at 4.25mm focal length ISO 50, 1/125s exposure My first time posting to this group,
I love getting these nice reflection shots on my smartphone, and using these external lenses help give me nice unique compositions for a smartphone.
Living in Singapore for the last year, I really missed the SF culture. Took to the streets in my last visit back home. Walked all around the large hilled city all day! My legs were sore for the next month. Any one else have that one city they just love shooting in? Would love to see them!
I'm a night street photographer based in London, I can't sleep so rather than stay indoor I go out and wander around the streets of London at night.
People often ask me about street photography camera settings. When we were starting out in photography we were almost certainly taught to take great care to expose correctly – it’s one of those photography ‘rules’ which should never be broken. However, as we become more experienced we start to experiment, often to the point where rule-breaking...