Street Photography - The Quiet Moments

Luc Kordas, shoot what it feels like

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7 Lessons (1h 2m)
    • 1. Introduction

      1:40
    • 2. The Beginnings (past work-how I shoot)

      13:02
    • 3. Manhattan (the flow - street corner)

      12:24
    • 4. Project - Street Corner

      1:12
    • 5. Coney Island (approaching people - posed portraits)

      17:03
    • 6. Editing/Retouching

      12:55
    • 7. Final Thoughts

      3:54
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Project Description

Street Corner. Being a street photographer involves a lot of movement, but what if instead of chasing people down the street you let them come to you, what if you stood still for 15min? There's no better place to do that in a city than a street corner giving you 270' view.

That's our class project. Pick a street corner in your city, preferably a busy one, and stand there for as long as you can taking the whole environment in, be quiet and easy, observe what comes your way and try to anticipate shots from afar.

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