Street photography is a demanding art form in the photography world that requires a natural eye for photographic worthy opportunities and bravery for taking photos in public. It’s different than most other photography art forms given that a street photographer doesn’t have planned subjects who know they’re being photographed.
So what happens when a street photographer is naturally introverted and uncomfortable with pointing a camera in public? Above is a video from Ivan Chow who discusses some personal thoughts on what it’s like to do street photography as an introvert. Check it out!
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