- 11 Eye Catching Street Photography Shots
Recently we challenged our community to hit the streets and tell us a tale of what they saw through an image. We were blown away by the quality of the images, each one showing a unique angle of streets from all around the world.
Street photography is all about being an observer of your surroundings using the people around you to create stories through your imagery.Canon Photographer, Scott Stramyk
“This can be enhanced by looking for repetition of patterns, texture, contrasting light and shadows and with the use of motion.” Scott adds, “The images below all have these strong characteristics, great use of composition, perspective use of dramatic lighting and texture.”
Image by @catfishbeard
Image by @daverajvosa
Image by @sj.wp
Image by @onemelbournecity
Image by @gp_canon
Image by @hesaysshesaysbrisbane
Image by @chenoa_
Image by @cat.dolphin
Image by @yosephnsetiawan
Image by Emma Jaques
Image by @h_e_x_o
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If you need to brush up your skills, our Street Photography Tips for Beginners tutorial has you covered.
Brook Rushton is an accomplished travel, unit stills and fine art photographer based in Sydney. He has travelled the world shooting for projects like Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark, Tomorrow When the War Began, Killer Elite, Terra Nova, and James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenge 3D. But it was while working in Morocco that Brook discovered his favourite photography destination and fell for the breathtaking landscapes of North Africa.
With its space-age cityscapes, bustling streets and centuries of culture to explore, Japan is one of the world’s greatest destinations for photographers. But there’s so much to see that it can be hard to know how or where to start. Here to help hone your focus, photographer and Japanophile Benjamin Lee zooms in on his two favourite Japanese cities: Tokyo and Kyoto. Read on to discover his favourite Japanese photography spots, as well as essential etiquette tips and recommendations on camera gear and settings.
Music photographer Maria Boyadgis takes the new EOS R for a test spin in the busy streets of Tokyo. See her first impression and what she captures on her 24 hours with the EOS R.