I like to think of street photography as a sort of artistic rendering of people and place in a candid way. It’s about exploring with a patient, open mind and looking for those decisive moments that tell a story about life in a place. Street photography is a challenge to do well, but it is incredibly rewarding when you capture and edit an image that connects emotionally. This spring I was fortunate enough to spend some time with my family exploring and photographing Cuba. The street photography opportunities there were so rich, unique and exciting and it took me back to my travel photography roots. In this video I’ll show you how I practice street photography. I’ll share some hard learned tips and tricks on gear selection, timing, light, composition and editing. To wrap the video I’ll do full start to finish edits on a couple of street photos from Cuba in Photo RAW 2019.5.

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