Street Photography 101: #1 – Slow Down

Over my years of shooting street photography I’ve regularly made notes to my phone to help improve my street shots, usually as I’m out and about photographing on the streets. Although these were primarily learning notes for me, I thought they might be useful for those of you learning to shoot street photography.

So I’m taking these notes and turning them into a bite-sized series of blog posts, called Street Photography 101. There’ll be no particular order, it’s just as I’ve randomly noted them down, and sometimes they may even seem obvious and simple, but hopefully they will get you thinking about how and what you shoot out there. And so we kick off with number 1: “Slow Down.”

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