Practice: The botanischer Garten, Berlin

Practice Most beginners bitten by the bug of street-photography dream of quickly becoming the next Henri Cartier-Bresson, or Eric Kim, and they imagine wandering the streets confronted suddenly with an almost endless stream of strange looking people and odd situations, all just begging to be immortalised, and so feverishly machine-gunning away, they are convinced that every shot they take will be a guaranteed classic. Sadly though it doesn’t quite work that way, for although the streets maybe a stage, upon which the whole of life can be observed and captured as it plays itself out before you, it takes mastery of some very basic skills before anything worthwhile is ever… Read More

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