10 Street Photography Memes

Ten street photography memes by yours truly. 1. When your street photography friend asks you for your opinion on one of their photos and you don’t know how to react 2. When you’re starting off in street photography and think you need to go out in disguised… 3. The street photography community when you mentionContinue reading “10 Street Photography Memes”

How Does Photography Help You

Does photography help you in your everyday life? Yes? No? Maybe so? YES Let’s say it does…but how? Gives you something to keep your mind off of. Keeps you busy. Gives yourself a challenge and allows you to think outside the box. Let’s your creative instincts take over when you are surrounded by creative constraintsContinue reading “How Does Photography Help You”

Interview with Street Photographer Jill Maguire

Jill! How are you? Thanks for doing this. Can you start off by telling us a (brief) story on your background and how you first picked up a camera? I’ve always liked taking pictures but wasn’t serious about it until well into adulthood. In 2009, I bought a DSLR to take pictures of my dog.Continue reading “Interview with Street Photographer Jill Maguire”

Click Less Yet Get More

Do you believe that the more times you snap your shutter, the more opportunity you will have a good photo? I used to think so but as of late my opinion has differ. The more you go out and photograph, it raises your odds of getting a photo, true to some extend I guess. ClearContinue reading “Click Less Yet Get More”

Interview with Hawaii Street Photographer Lance Agena

Can you start off by telling us a brief story on your background and how you first picked up a camera? Back in 2001 when I was working as a graphic designer and communications guy for a local graduate school, part of my job was making a newsletter. And that meant doing everything from writing,Continue reading “Interview with Hawaii Street Photographer Lance Agena”

9 Things Every Street Photographer Must Do

Travel Seeing a new place with fresh set of eyes is a plus. Every time I travel I tend to trigger the shutter more. Perhaps its because I’m out all day compared to shooting at home where I only have an allocated timeframe to shoot. Don’t think that because you travel to some foreign exoticContinue reading “9 Things Every Street Photographer Must Do”

How to Find Your Style in Photography

Many street photographer’s are trying to find their our own style…their our own unique voice. Personally, I am not sure if I would want my “own style” even though it’ll be nice to claim one. Please keep in mind that everything has been done before…it’s not a matter of copying but rather finding a styleContinue reading “How to Find Your Style in Photography”

Why I don’t title my photos

To title or not to title…that is the question. I believe titling a photo works in more of a documentary approach in your photography. Usually when photographing an event or a protest, that culminates a series or body of work. Titling fits best when you want your viewers to understand your weird sense of humor.Continue reading “Why I don’t title my photos”

Hawaii Street Photography – The Future of Street Photography in Hawaii

“There’s only one way to go and that’s up” – Unknown That’s how I feel about street photography in Hawaii. Because there aren’t many street shooters here or to the general consensus much knowledge of the topic, I believe sky’s the limit for street photography in Hawaii (Hawaii in general seems to be a fewContinue reading “Hawaii Street Photography – The Future of Street Photography in Hawaii”