Walking in sync is a form of body language. When 2 people walk in sync, they are in sync. Whether you take a group or private workshop, this is one possible thing that we work on achieving.
I like to take my time when shooting street photography. If I see a background that I like, I wait for people to enter it. Slow photography is something that we often do in group workshops and even more often in private workshops.
A photo with minimal colors, only one person and a leading line created by shooting at an angle into a wall is just one thing that we work on in creating composition that draws the viewer into the image. Check out my upcoming workshops.
Minimalism is great when you can capture. In my street photography workshops we work with what’s available. No experience necessary and even experienced photographers can gain.
It’s pretty common to think of street photography as full frontal facial shots. But there’s more than one way to do it! This photo was taken during a Soho Street Photography Workshop in January 2020.
I find it difficult to not take photos of bicycles with shadows! This photo was taken during a recent street photography workshop in Hell’s Kitchen.
One of the great things about shooting street photography is the amazing people that you can encounter in fleeting moments. Without a camera you may not have even noticed them. This photo was taken during a recent street photography workshop in Hell’s Kitchen.