We love the documentary aspect of street photography. Here, nothing is set up and you’re capturing a slice of life just as it happens. Part-journalism-part-art, street photography can result in powerful shots that you couldn’t set up if you tried. But what makes a good street photograph? And how does that differ from a street portrait?
In this episode, Gina and Valerie discuss the elements that make up great street photography, techniques you can use to achieve those stunning frozen moments, and the little hacks that will ensure your street photos are authentic and awesome.
Show notes Shoutouts to our MacGyver of the week
Lucho Cairo Calderon (Peru) Lucho Macgyvered softboxes from airsick bags and the results are amazing! Place a white bag over speed lights Airsick bags are great or any white shopping bag will work The larger the bag the softer the light
Shoutouts from #ginachallenge #backlighting
There were so many wonderful pics from . . .