If you are a street photographer and you say that each of your shots were well planned… YOU ARE BLUFFING!
Street Photography is one of a kind where it is the least about preparation and most about luck. Well, do not get me wrong when I use the phrase “least about preparation”.
Let me break that up a little… You have to be PRE-pared so that you don’t need to be POST-pared!
Did that make any sense?
In a more simpler language, your camera should be setup at the right settings (shutter-speed, aperture, etc.), before you start your shooting. Remember, the “decisive moment” happens only for a fraction of a second. You will not have the time to even switch on your camera (if it is switched off), let alone adjusting the exposure and all. This is your PRE-paration!
For POST-paration, all that you do is shoot!
In order to…
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