Photography should be fun! This is one of the reasons why we decide to pick up a camera in the first place! But as we well know, photography is also about commemorating a moment in time as well.
Candid photography is a great genre to master if you want to capture something without interrupting a special moment, and where people aren’t posing and smiling for a camera. Check out these three guides to familiarize yourself and practice candid photography. Let’s begin!
Creating photographs can take many forms. However, one of the most fun aspects is shooting candid photography. This genre of photography can be intimidating at best, photographing strangers in their natural states can feel somewhat intimate at times. However, the power in those candid moments can produce such thought provoking photography. Download now →
Just about every photographer will experience anxiety when they attempt to take candid photographs of strangers. There are often times where our minds wander and feel unsure about the subject’s response to being photographed. It’s a fine line to walk, because the best candid photography often occurs when the subject has no knowledge of the photograph ever happening. Learn how to move through the motions of self doubt in candid photography here. Download now →
Most of us have a child (or more) in our lives that we would love to capture great, candid photographs of. Rarely does the professional and posed portrait genre reveal a child’s true personality and nature. This free guide can help you understand the differences between portrait and candid photography, how to help your children become comfortable with candid photography and how to utilize our cameras to capture the natural and joyful side of our kids. Download here →
If you’re looking for the perfect learning tool to master camera fundamentals at your own pace, then check out the brand new, step-by-step resource kits from Photzy. This Camera Fundamentals Resource Kit Volume 1 gives you 17 pieces of curated content, including a guided video walkthrough and hands-on exercises and assignments for you to try. Interested? Read more here.