Ten Tips for Shooting from the HipShooting from the hip isnt really something Im good at at all.Ten Tips for Shooting from the Hip by Tepara
But just because Im not good at it, it doesnt mean you cant do it yourself.
If your anything like me. When your walking down town you see something and you wish you could take a photo of it, but if you do, chances are you will get a nice or if you are live in my town you will thankful if a is all you walk away with
Or maybe you just feel weird pulling out the cam and just taking a photo of the lady with all she owns in her shopping trolley.
Maybe you feel your invading someone's privacy.
Here are a few tips you will hopefully find helpful.
A way of getting those photos with as less or no attention to yourself.
Ten Tips for Shooting from the Hip
Tip 1- Use wide angle lens and get close to your subjects.
Getting up close with a wide angle lens puts you in the middle of the commuters heading to work. Crowded streets, markets and public places are ideal for up close experi
The photograph itself doesn't interest me. I want only to capture a minute part of reality.
I haven't been sharing a lot here on deviantART, as many of you know because of the lack of community felt here recently. I don't think it's a stretch to say things have changed and that this isn't the artistic hub it was a few years ago. Mind you, many improvements have been made, it's just that so many people who I personally interacted with are no longer updating their work here.
You're able to find me online and follow my new work as it happens on my facebook fan page. Head on over and click LIKE because I am hoping to do some sort of giveaway soon.
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Thank's as always to those of you following me. I hope to see you at my facebook page!
My name is Scott Alexander, and fancy myself a jack of all trades when it comes to photography. My main areas of fancy lay in documenting the human condition (or street photography) and working as a freelance photojournalist covering events, award shows, concerts, and more.
I have been published in several local magazines and journals, such as: Abort Magazine, Absolute Underground, BC Parent, and Alt:MAG, as well as overseas
Current Age: 26, Current Residence: British Columbia, deviantWEAR sizing preference: XL, Print preference: Luster for color, Glossy for Black and whites, Favourite photographer: C. Weeks, Richard Drew, Skin of choice: Tattoo'd and Lovin' it, Personal Quote: "I don't fear Death, for if i die tonight, i wont care about it tomorrow"