Coney Island is fabulous for street photography all year round! This photo is from a recent private street photography workshop.
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.
Many people cringe when they hear the word abstract. It is a term to describe many different types of art. Sometimes both the term and the art are difficult to understand.
Abstract Street Photography comes in degrees and kinds as well. It is not difficult to shoot abstract street photography and it can be quite fun as well as interesting.
If you’re interested in learning about how to shoot abstract street photography, I have a workshop on November 24th. Have no fear it’s fun!
Minimalism is one of many styles of photography, street and otherwise. The use of angles, light and shadows can produce a minimal composition. Working the Angles, March 2018.
There are rare occasions when it’s possible to capture a photo with only one person and with a very minimal background. Minimalism is an element that can be obtained in street photography and it has a way of standing out. If you’re interested in learning more about minimalism in street photography you can book a private street photography workshop with me.
A person’s face is not necessary in street photography. In fact, sometimes it’s even better. The combination of an umbrella and few colors is a great combination in making a photo minimal. Are you looking to up your skills as a photographer? I provide both group street photography workshops and private photos tours. You can see more information on my website.