5 Tips in Street Photography to Capture the Side of Life

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2. Give a name to the photo

You Make a description line for photos that can change meaning drastically. Your photos may be visually appealing, but by adding a short line, this will give more context to the person who sees your photo and is a better tool for telling the story to that photo. Give a variety of thoughts to your photos and guide the person who sees the photo using visuals and words.

EOS M100 lens, EF-M 55-200 mm f / 4.5-6.3 IS STM, f / 4.5, 55 mm, 1/25 second, ISO200

3. Look at something that goes beyond everyday life

Sometimes we tend to miss things that we often encounter, such as construction sites or sidewalks. If you pay special attention, you might find the beauty of worldly things there. We see a group of workers who tend to make road repairs and take photos of one of them while working. Again, give your photo a name – in this case, we call it ‘Linkage’ – to tell a story.

EOS M100 lens, EF-M 55-200 mm f / 4.5-6.3 IS STM, f / 4.5, 55 mm, 1/800 seconds, ISO200

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