Passion-for-Photos Monthly Feature! (March)#Passion-for-Photos’s monthly news feature!More Like This
Our founder, co-founders and contributors try to select the best of the submissions we receive every month. We want to thank our awesome members for contributing (& sharing your beautiful works with us) and all the photographers who accepted their photos into our group!
(If you’re not in this list, don’t be discouraged, there’s always next month!)
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The Lucky 13 (street tips)13 Street Photography TipsMore Like This
Tony Ray-Jones was an English street photographer. In the early 60′s he traveled to the U.S for studying for a Master of Fine Arts in graphic design at Yale. He moved to NY after graduating and got a job as an art director for CBS records but he was determined to become a photographer. In New York he became good friends with Joel Meyerowitz and became part of the NY street photographers scene led by Garry Winogrand.
Jones kept notebooks, a journal if you'd like in which he wrote down his thoughts, lists and plans about photography. In one of those lists, titled "Approach" he listed some tips for better street photographs. These tip are still valid today and can be used as a basic guidelines to better street photography.
1. Be more aggressive- just to be clear, this does not mean at any way that you should jump into situation that could become violent! In a way, this simple