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We stumbled upon this list of street photography tips on the Phoblographer the other day and thought it would be good to share it seeing as the next workshop aims to explore street photography.

1. Use buildings to anchor and frame your photograph

2. Pay attention to the edges of your frame

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3. Don’t just wait for a person to walk into a scene, look for emotion

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4. Look for matching colour

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5. Use dark areas to your advantage

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6. Don’t be afraid to tilt your horizon a bit

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7. Make the most of reflective surfaces

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8. If you have Rembrandt lighting, TAKE THE PHOTO!

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9. Keep an eye out for how people and animals interact

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10. If you thought you were close enough, get closer

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