Photo gallery of street photography in Malaysia, portraits & travel photos shot in films and digital format by Ivan Cheam.
Creative street photography challenge using double exposure shot on film camera
Street photography photos in Malaysia can be a great source of inspiration, and the street photography gallery by Ivan Cheam is full of some of the best examples out there. I am still learning new things every time I go for a street photo walk and I’m not claiming to be an expert in street photography or portrait photography but it’s easier than ever to get street photography right now.
In fact, you can get better and more frequent results if you shoot more often! Just follow these simple steps:
The first step to getting street photography right now is finding interesting scenes and people. If you want to start looking for street photography scenes, you should know that there are many different things that can be considered “street photography scenes. They can be people in unusual situations or funny situations, interesting locations (like subway stations), interesting cars, restaurants, playgrounds, parks, beaches, and even nightclubs. Feel free to check out and try one of the incredible take street photography project ideas I’ve compiled for my readers.
Once you find interesting scenes and people, the next thing to look for is good. It’s all about finding interesting light. Good light will make the people and scenes more interesting, and it will allow you to get better photos in low-light situations. Good light can also help with shutter speed.
Another thing to remember is that you will have to be comfortable when doing street photography. This means that you have to get used to being in crowds and trying different angles so that you don’t forget about your camera or other things. If you find interesting people and scenes, try to be friendly and talk to them. This will make it more fun and may lead to a photo opportunity.
You should also take lots of photos because street photography is a very dynamic genre of photography. After you take the photos that you want, move on to the next interesting people or scene. You might even find that your first few shots aren’t that great, but after you take a lot of photos, you will get better. The last thing to remember is that you shouldn’t be discouraged if you take a lot of photos and they don’t turn out the way you wanted them to.
This is because street photography is very much a process of elimination. If you don’t like the photos you took, there will probably be another one that you do like. That’s how this genre of photography works. Let the photographs tell the story by itself. After all, that’s what makes street photography so interesting.
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