Practice no Tension Street Photography tips John Free

Practice no Tension Street Photography tips John Free

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25 Responses to Practice no Tension Street Photography tips John Free

  1. Dorf Schmidt says:

    Wow.

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  3. warbread says:

    I just woke up.

  4. RachelsSweetie says:

    But my photography is all about tension. To each his own I guess.

  5. Tony Fernandez says:

    “And if its food for them, then it’s fantastic for you”.  John Free, you are FANTASTIC!!

  6. Karim Amer says:

    Mr.free you’re a one from the most respected in the field , i do love listening to your talks and tips , i learn alot , thank you.

  7. Karim Amer says:

    IF there is asking then its not candid photo , you’ve lost the meaning of street photography which is about earning the true normal pure emotions directed out from people without any artificial effect from me asking.

  8. Justsome Bloke says:

    Fundamentally disagree, you just one of life’s bloodsuckers.
    First, ask the person if you can take photos. Don’t ask, DON’T take.

  9. cellachris says:

    I needed this.
    

  10. Bk Richard says:

    Hi John. I took your class at UCLA and it has has amazing influence. Thank you!

  11. 1980Cog says:

    Going out and doing it is practising, especially in street photography. You want to get used to being up close to take peoples pictures and relieve tension you don’t do that by focusing on a wall. You get out there and make your mistakes at first and then learn from them. Over time confidence builds and then like you say people become more like props and you get the images because you practiced shooting them.

  12. ABC1123581321ABC says:

    I like wearing google glasses while wearing a pair of virtuality goggles so I can take pictures of pictures and then there is no tension because the people aren’t real, yet they seems real. I feel it is the most modern form of artistic expression.

  13. youtubister says:

    An illuminating 5 minutes and 37 seconds, this.

    Tension, practice, wonderful stuff.

  14. Rodolfo Arechiga says:

    Best advice ever!

  15. Peter Gregory says:

    John, thanks for sharing the core to why you shoot – you care about people, obviously. Big curiosity and imagination of who those people are, on the street. Technically, get good. Mentally and Emotionally, be ready. Thanks for sharing…

  16. Cappy Benton says:

    Cool beans. I especially liked the part about the “emotional response.”

  17. devtankirq says:

    Never a Truer word said. Ive been saying “Practice” for years.
    Always
    Be
    Composing. ABC
    Wake the fuck up and stop posting shit in my flickr groups.

  18. Gerry F Donnelly says:

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  19. Bauernhorst6 says:

    simply stunning! . my mom got shocked when she received the ipad3 from this website on behalf of me. its not a joke, make sure you tell the address and email properly to send the giftbox. its worth a try here : bit.ly/16hwN6p?=fjiqmi

  20. koolzombie says:

    Be water, my friend.

  21. Va Gina says:

    When I lived in Tokyo, I had no shame. I had a telephoto lens on my DSLR and I took thousands of candid photos of hot Japanese women.

  22. Harshith JV says:

    I don’t think that reply won’t work on every place on earth. Some countries like Algeria its always seen in suspicion. Its also difficult in Arab countries and most don’t dare to try coz its against their religion to even see unknown women. So its better to be prepared with an explanation if confronted by the person who you just photographed and also should be confident of what you are doing. Most will not understand or excuse you if you “street photography”.

  23. Andrei Neagu says:

    never feed the troll amigo!

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