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Photographer’s Handbook

In by Michael on May 1, 2013 at 12:01 am

Go to the trainstation, jump the turnstile, take those two dollars you saved and give it to the guy playing guitar. And then practice taking photos of him until you get it perfect.

Take boring photos of ugly things.

Don’t ask strangers for permission to take their photos unless you need to.

Take tons of photos of friends but only share the good ones.

Take photos of people, things, moments, places, movement. Take photos of lines, shapes, colors, patterns.

Take photos of everyday, forgettable scenes. These are the genuine moments in life.

Take photos that no one else is taking.

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