Street Photography is Vast

Not all street photography is the same. It comes in many different styles. At times it is about where you are or even the environmental aspects on a given day. Perhaps even more importantly, it’s a matter of individual taste. I focus on both the weather and the neighborhood that we’re in as well as your personal style and vision. My next street photography workshop is on Saturday 16 March and there are a few spaces available. You can register online.

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Eye Contact: 1

It’s always fun to capture eye contact. Especially when it’s unexpected! My street photography workshops are intimate 4 hour sessions and we work on whatever is available to us at the time. You can take multiple workshops with me and even in the same neighborhoods and it will never be the same. And I always assist you with your particular interest at the moment. By the way, there’s a discount for repeat customers as well! Check out my upcoming workshops. You can register online.

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People on the Streets

New Yorkers are so fashionable. I’m not talking about copying what they see in the fashion magazines. No. They have their own unique styles. That is just one of the many things that makes street photography in this city so much fun. If you’re interested in upping your game or you’re just starting out, I have a street photography workshop on 16 March. You can find more information and register online.

Happy New Year From NYC!

Yes, the new year is now upon us. What are you planning to do in the new year? I am always planning to up my photography skills and to share what I know through my experiences with others. I would like to think that I am always working to provide encouragement to the people who take my street photography workshops and private photo tours. Is improving your photography a new year’s resolution for you? Have a look at my website. Perhaps I can be of assistance. Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from NYC

 

Walk This Way

Street photography at it’s best reveals a moment in time when you can capture candid actions and expressions by people. Also, being able to capture a person in mid-step creates the illusion of movement. There is an element of luck involved in this. But it’s also about staying focused on what’s going on around you. These are a few things that we concentrate on in both street photography workshops and private photo tours.

Walk This Way