Many photographers struggle with the idea of photographing people.
This fact is especially true when you’re talking about approaching a stranger and asking to take their portrait.
There is no magic button for this part of photography.
It requires adjustments to the photographer’s demeanor and a healthy dose of self-confidence.
In this free guide, Kevin Landwer-Johan shares his journey on the path to photographing random strangers and techniques that he has found helpful along the way.
Here are some of the tips he’ll discuss:
- Overcome your internal fear.
- Become mindful of body language and energy.
- Set the tone that you’re creating a portrait and not just taking a photo.
- Use your camera as a bridging mechanism between yourself and the other person.
- Be determined. Don’t make excuses.
- Develop an introduction.
Grab your guide today.
Photo Credit: Kevin Landwer-Johan