Street Photography with Valerie Jardin (Podcast 364)
Article from Martin Bailey Photography Blog
This week I’m joined by an incredibly talented street photographer, andfellow TWiP co-host, Valerie Jardin. As I don’t do a lot of street photography myself, we thought it would be good to get a fresh angle on photography to share with you, and this most definitely is that. I had a lot of fun talking with Valerie, and I’m sure you’ll enjoy this too.
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In our conversation we touch on…
- What attracts Valerie to street photography?
- Should/do you ask permission of people before you photograph them?
- The anxiety of approaching people
- Wide vs. longer lenses
- Candid street photography vs. street portraiture
- Henri Cartier-Bressen’s “Decisive Moment”
Visit Valerie’s beautiful Web site here: http://www.valeriejardinphotography.com/
Check out Valerie’s International Workshops, or catch up with Valerie on the social media platforms of your choice…
Here are the eight photographs that Valerie and I discussed…
Valerie Jardin’s Web site:http://www.valeriejardinphotography.com/
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