Interview with Founding Member of Honolulu Street Photography Collective – Ian Hunt

Hi Ian thanks for doing this. where do you live and how does this influence your photography? I was born and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii. Other than the three years I spent in Reno Nevada, this has been my home. I think that where I live has had the greatest influence on where I shootContinue reading “Interview with Founding Member of Honolulu Street Photography Collective – Ian Hunt”

Things to Stop In Street Photography

Stop shooting from the hip Shooting from the hip becomes a guessing game that you will fail 9.5 out of 10. You also look like a creep walking around aiming your camera from the hip, looks like you’re trying to shoot up a ladies skirt. I recommend everyone to try everything once just to experimentContinue reading “Things to Stop In Street Photography”

Win Some Lose Most

“Street Photography is 99,9 % about failure. So often I feel defeated by the street. I sometimes find, that if I keep walking, keep looking, and keep pushing myself, eventually something interesting will happen. Every once in a while, at the end of the day, when I´m most exhausted and hungry, something – a shaftContinue reading “Win Some Lose Most”

Street Photography on the Beach

What time of day are you going The time of day to photograph people on the beach is very important just like when you go out to photograph the streets. Are you going early morning? Sunrise? Where the light is fairly faint and their aren’t a lot of beach goers…depending on your location you mayContinue reading “Street Photography on the Beach”