Episode 063: Unobtrusive street photography – a conversation with Valerie Jardin

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#63. In this episode of CREATE. PHOTOGRAPHY, Daniel has another conversation with Valerie Jardin.  The topic for today’s discussion is unobtrusive street photography, what it means, and many tips and suggestions on how to capture “decisive moments” on the streets.

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Valerie’s website: valeriejardin.com

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ebook on 10 tips for boost our creativity: https://valeriejardinphotography.com/bookstore/freetips

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Images by Valerie Jardin, all rights reserved

2 Comments on “Episode 063: Unobtrusive street photography – a conversation with Valerie Jardin”

  1. I was once photographing in Miami Beach, around where I live, and to protect myself from the sun, I decided to wear a big hat, shorts and German style sandals. Somebody mistook me for a female missionary person! I didn’t particularly fit in, but at least I didn’t seem threatening… so yes, thanks for the advice and reminder to blend in while shooting street photography!

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