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How to be a street photographer in four lessons'How to be...a photographer in four lessons' is a satyrical notebook written by Brussels-based photographer Thomas Vanden Driessche http://www.howtobe.be/htb/index.php?/thebook/english-edition/ (english edition) http://www.howtobe.be/htb/index.php?/thebook/french-edition/ (french edition).How to be a street photographer in four lessons by myraincheck
In strips of four typewritten lessons and four Photo Booth images each - it offers the basic gist of how you can instantly become great in contemporary photography, war photography, conceptual photography, street photography, marriage photography, and much more. I enjoyed it because it highlights with humor and wit the stereotypes and spinoffs of certain trends of contemporary photography.
So, here is what it says about how to become a street photographer! I have the french edition of the book, so I asked :icondjailledie: to translate the lessons in english for us:
HOW TO BE: A 'STREET PHOTOGRAPHER'
Yard Case File: Subway SceneA journal by niklin1.Yard Case File: Subway Scene by niklin1
Exif: Nikon D800, Tamron 24-70/2.8 VC at 24 mm, 1/60, f2.8 and ISO 5000 (auto)
Editing in Lightroom.
We had been on the road for three weeks. We had just done an overnight flight from Rio, gone through customs and taken trains from JFK to Penn Station.
After an American diner breakfast, me and my buddy Hans decided to take the subway down to Chinatown. We had about 4 hours before we had to be back at Penn for the trip back to JFK for another overnighter to Sweden. So. No time to lose, might as well start shooting on the subway ride!
The shot this Case File is about was taken on the second train, a couple of minutes after we boarded it.
Here come the 5 unedited shots I have from that spot:
It's a mad, mad, mad, mad worldMany Street Photographers seem to share a fascination with ambiguous, surreal, humorous happenings.It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world by myraincheck
Sometimes the crazy, unbelievable, scenes happen right there in the street, in front of our eyes, in the everyday life. Sometimes it is the photographer's eye that makes everything look crazy.
Some photographers though seem to be real crazy magnets, as the following collection can prove you...
Arms by burningmonk
zagrepcani2014-004 by ohyouhandsomeDevil
Street Photographer Interview #1Street Photographer Interview #1 by hosagu
Hi all Fellow Deviants
Welcome to the first interview of a series of interviews which will be given to any street photographers who will have received a Daily Deviation in Street Photography category.
Hi Jinnger AKA Jinn, would you please tell us about yourself and who your are as an Artist Photographer?
My name is Leow Jinn Jyh (Leow being my surname) and I grew up on the island of Penang, Malaysia but have spent the last 5 years living in Melbourne, Australia. I've just completed my degree in Architecture and am awaiting graduation.
I'm not sure if I'll call myself an artist photographer; I feel that the moniker is much more deserving for someone of a much higher calibre than me. I photograph casually as I am walking among the "life" of the cities I live in or visit. I simply enjoy photographing moments and snippets of them, capturing the fleeting scenes of unk