There are so many ways that you can improve your photography through composition. Framing is one of them. We explore a number of different composition techniques in my workshops.
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 often include graffiti in my street photography as it is so evident everywhere. Graffiti is rather like hieroglyphics, it is a language unto itself and it reflects the times. This photo was taken during a private street photography workshop in the East Village. On the right edge of the photo is one of many pieces done by Mosaic Man.
Monochrome is a real favorite in street photography. This photo was taken during a private street photography workshop in the East Village.
More East Village urban landscapes.
There is a wealth of beautiful architecture in NYC. It’s great to capture reflections of buildings.
There’s graffiti almost everywhere in NYC. The difference between street art and graffiti is that for the most part street art is sanctioned and graffiti is always illegal. Either way, they can add some color or texture to a photo.