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Street Photography articles
12 Essential Street Photography Tips
From lenses and camera settings to finding interesting subjects, these 12 street photography tips will help you take it to the next level.

Urban street photographer reveals his secrets
Find out what pro photographer Michael Eugster focused on when shooting this eye-catching scene

What Makes A Great Street Photograph
Great street photographs say something about life; they speak to us; they fill us with an emotion; or they give us insight.

10 Principles of Good Street Photography
Recently I’ve been getting really into Dieter Rams and his zen and minimalist philosophies when it comes to design. He has a famous list of “10 Principles of Good Design.” ...

Articles on critiquing
Critquing Photographs from Luiminous Landscape
Finding and expressing our vision involves having our work critiqued in order to know where we are at and how others respond to our images.

10 ways to critique a photo
If you’re looking to take your photography skills to the next level, then a photo critique is exactly what you need. In this article, we’ll share 10 tips for giving and receiving critiques that will help you challenge and improve your photos.

Photography ideas
How to see in Black & White
Black and white photography is a strong today as ever it was, thanks to its expressive power and compositional strength

How to look at art
There are dozens of ways of looking at visual art. None of them are wrong, but certain methods facilitate deeper connection and understanding.

Abstract and impressionist
5 Impressionist Photo Techniques
Think of photography as two different art forms.There is the traditional style that depicts a literal representation of a scene by showing how it actually appears to the person who is present.Then there is another style when the photographer tries to convey the feeling of a scene, a general impression, or suggestion of a scene.

Impressionist Photography – What You Need To Know
The Impressionist movement in art was largely inspired by early photography while other movements, such as Cubism, Futurism and Abstract Expressionism were more influenced by ‘Chronophotography’, or, as it is known today, ‘time lapse photography’.

Impressionist landscape Photography
What would you call photography impressionism? And where is the line between impressionist and abstract? Is there such l and does it even matter?

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