Street photography at times can prove to be very tricky.  Sometimes you may feel a bit intrusive or as if the subjects that you are capturing doesn’t convey anything of value.  A big part of street photography is finding a voice and capturing moments in a world.  Next to all of the that are some of the technical issues when doing street photography for the first time.  Negative Feedback takes you on a quick street shoot and gives some useful tips that you can apply to your next shoot.


  • Shooting at at least F8 (so focus doesn’t need to be as precise to shoot faster)
  • Shutter speed 250 plus
  • Walking against the crowd to cut people apart
  • Find beams of light and wait for subjects to pass through
  • Documenting a piece of time and creating a story
  • Reference: Andre D. Wagner

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