Street Photography 2
Great street photography is about being aware of your surroundings, staying observant and predicting the possibilities, as well as knowing compositionally what makes a great image.
But what exactly do you look for and what camera settings will ensure the best atmosphere in your image? In this photography class follow Karl walking around the city of Paris as he captures some stunning images of his surrounding areas and lets you in on what exactly he is looking out for as he takes his shots.
In this photography class we cover the following:
- Street photography
- Tips for taking great street photographs
- How to identify good locations for street photography
- Camera settings for street photography
- How to use slow shutter speeds to capture movement
If you have any questions about this photography class please post in the comment box below.
NOTE: This photography class is available with subtitles.
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hello, i don’t find the courses/lessons street and street 2.
Also, are there course about making these deep b&w street photos ?
Great video. That shot of the Eiffel Tower from the Avenue Rapp reminds me of Once Upon a Time in America.
Hi Karl, where would the focus point be located for the shot of the old lady crossing the street?
Hi I would probably have set it for the middle of the crossing if my depth of field was sufficient to ensure the scene and background was sharp enough.
How you got the shot a old lady who freezes but cars motion blur
Hi Akansh, that is covered in the ‘Introduction Course’ in the ‘Essentials’ section. It is better for your learning if you watch the courses in order. Thanks Karl.
Hi Karl, I realize you turned the filter while photography the buildings after the lady. Why did you do that?
Hi Smokes, it was a polarising filter. Here’s a video about how they work and what they do – https://visualeducation.com/class/live-workshop-polarising-studio-light-and-why/
Whenever I’ve tried hand holding the camera at one tenth, I’ve ended up with, not just motion blur, but camera shake too. Maybe I’m just wobbly on my feet.
Lovely shot !
Fantastic capture Karl!! I love the action of the cars with the slow movement of the lady crossing the street. The tower in the background gives this image the cherry on top!