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This was the text message I received from @kaththecrapout yesterday.
I meant to reply to her via text or Facebook but decided to share what little I know about street photography in the hopes of inspiring others to try it as well (and maybe convince even a single person to pick up a film camera).
Before anything else, please take note that I am an amateur and am not pretending to be an expert in any way. This is my personal view on street photography and may not be the same as anyone else’s. Comments would be welcome though as long as they are courteous and done in good taste. Or, you know, this is the Internet so whatever…
STREET PHOTOGRAPHY - A (LOOSE) DEFINITION
First off, what is street photography really? An extensive Google search will show that the term itself has been dealt with different interpretations and meanings. For me, personally, street photography is a visual documentation of everyday lives of people, their society, and/or the surrounding environment prevailing at the moment and place of capture (not necessarily in the “street” per se) that may otherwise be seen to be normal but given a much deeper meaning by a photographer through a simple act of candidly highlighting them in either a single or a series of photographs.
THE HURDLES OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY IN THE MODERN ERA
For photographers who are deeply rooted in the digital era, shooting street can definitely be an imposing challenge. Street photography goes against every bad habit that digital camera technology instills into a photographer. What’s good about it is it helps the photographer unlearn these bad habits.