One of the more popular topics of discussion on dPS over the last year or so has been ‘Street Photography’.
We’ve featured a variety of tutorials on Street Photography (there are a few links below) but every time we do people comment about the idea of walking up to strangers and taking their photos.
One of our previous guest posters on the topic of street photography – Eric Kim – recently posted a video on his blog that actually takes viewers on a street photography shoot with him.
Eric attached a little Go Pro video camera to the top of his Leica M9 and went out onto the streets of LA and started shooting. Here’s the video:
If you want to check out the end results of the shoot (the stills) check out this post on Eric’s blog.
Further Reading on Street Photography
- 20 Quick Street Photography Tips
- 5 Reasons why Shooting with a Rangefinder will make you a better photographer – By Eric Kim
- 10 Tips for the Aspiring Street Photographer
Table of contents
- ADVANCED GUIDES
- Watch a Street Photographer Going about a Shoot [VIDEO]
- CREATIVE TECHNIQUES
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