This course is about working the scene in street photography. You will learn how I composed some of my best photographs and why I selected the right frame. The course contains several lectures which show the creation and editing of one of my photographs. Sometimes I take 10 shots, sometimes I take over 50 shots. I will explain in full detail why I did what I did and you will learn more about my approach in street photography.
In this lecture I will tell you who I am and will give a short overview about the content of this training.
In this lecture I explain the term contact sheet.
In this lecture I explain why contact sheets are important and how they differ from the time when people were shooting film.
In this lecture I will give an overview of the process of each individual contact sheet in this course.
A short quiz about contact sheets.
In this lecture I talk about easy level contact sheets and what you have this term means.
A shot taken in Marrakesh with strong light & shadow which was used for a book cover.
There is an interesting tunnel in Berlin where this shot was taken.
The entrance area of the Marrakesh train station is the location of this contact sheet.
In this section I will wrap up the easy level contact sheets section.
In this lecture I talk about medium level contact sheets and what you have this term means.
A color shot of a guy painting a wall in Agra, India.
Quite a simple shot of a checked shirt on a striped background.
Shooting through a wall where you keep 50% of the photo covered by the wall sounds not as interesting as it really is.
During an Olympus event in Prague we were in this tunnel where I could take some photos.
At a demonstration in Stuttgart I saw this boy who was extremely bored.
When you want to show motion, you have to set your camera to S mode and shoot by 1/20.
One of my most intense shots, although the boy somehow was posing. Still a solid photograph.
When you see two people playing chess you can shoot from 1.70m or find a different, more interesting point of view.
Who has been to Paris? If you go there, you have to see La Defense. An area with a lot of architecture and the big white stairs.
The Edward Snowden affair gave this photo a big boost and many blogs and newspapers around the globe used it to show the NSA affair in one frame.
In this section I will wrap up the medium level contact sheets section.
In this lecture I talk about hard level contact sheets and what you have this term means.
Sunrise at the beach of Barcelona when a guy with a bicycle was standing there waiting to be photographed.
When I'm travelling I always visit the local library. Most of the times it's a place worth taking photos.
You can combine monuments with people as long as the composition is right.
A bench with an old couple and the sunset make a good scene which has to be taken.
Train stations are a great place to shoot street photography.
The Museum of Photography has a great floor and when the light works, you have to make some shots.
Reading the newspaper at the sea on Sunday morning is probably one of the most relaxing things.
When a boy is on a swing and the sun is low you have to try to shoot a silhouette.
Sometimes you have to place something in the foreground to make a photo more interesting.
The Victoria Station in Mumbai is one of the best places to shoot street photography.
In this section I will wrap up the hard level contact sheets section.
It's time to wrap-up the whole course.
Don't forget to write a review.