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Photography is a Series of Decisions

In its methodology, photography can be reduced to a series of decisions that determine the exact characteristics of each photo. When conducting street photography, in particular, the opportunity to make these decisions is limited.

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Mastering Composition to Get More Keepers

Mastering composition is the best way to get more keepers in your street photography. That makes sense, right? If you know how to make a visually pleasing image, then you can discipline yourself to capture the remarkable photos that tell a story. Heck, you might even be able to ease ...

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I Was Invited to Photograph at the White House

On March 10th, 2016, I woke up with great expectations: I was heading to the White House to photograph Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and American President Barack Obama. This wasn’t just any other day for me. It was a day that was going to change the way I think, ...

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I Made a Photo Mosaic by Shooting 1,000 Portraits

My name is Chaim Perl, and I’m a NYC-based photographer who specializes in large group portraits. If it’s difficult to shoot, I like it. In this post, I’ll share how I created a photo mosaic by shooting 1,000 portraits. My goal when shooting large groups is to focus on two ...

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