Since we began this blog, we’ve written many posts on or about street photography. Just enter “street photography” into the search box on the right side of this page and you’ll see what I mean. And it’s been a popular subject, based on the comments, email and photos submitted to 2 Guys Photo in response. We’re very happy to receive your feedback and have collected some of your work and related discoveries to share with everyone here.
“Thursday night street market in downtown Garapan on the island of Saipan, CNMI (Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands). Every Thursday we have a food oriented market that also includes local farmers as well as people selling tourist trinkets and the like.” Mark James
“The banana guy gave me a thumbs up and the dad just laughed because I don’t think he knew the boy was out so hard.” Mark James
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“A random trumpet player earning some extra cash, Chicago.” Rodney Daly
Rodney also captured this young lady’s joy on a Chicago street.
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“Ed and Rey,
This is in response to your recent post “Impromptu” and request for photos.
This is certainly a challenge for me. I was also trying out the monochrome modes on the X100. Shooting at 35mm requires really getting close to the peoples personal space.
Nothing out of the ordinary here, other than the challenge for the old landscape photographer.” Duane Bender
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Many of you wrote that you’d like to shoot street candids but just weren’t sure how to get started. Kara Stewart found and forwarded this helpful article on easing into Street Photography: Go Slow, Go Fast: How to Ease Your Way into Street Photography with a 2-Step System.
This article has some great advice.
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Special thanks to Mark, Rodney, Duane and Kara for their contributions. Please feel free to comment and to visit their websites, (links embedded above). 2 Guys readers are encouraged to try their hand at street photography, as our guests in this post have done, and if you’d like to share, please email us at email@example.com.
And thanks for visiting! Posted by Ed