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Hey Guys,   this week i just decided to share my favorite quotes from some of favorite photographers as well as a few others that can be applied to photography as well. Just to let you know they are not in any particular order.

21 Inspirational/street/photography Quotes.

1.“If your pictures aren’t good enough, you aren’t close enough” – Robert Capa
2.“The Pictures are there, and you just take them” – Robert Capa
3. “The true mystery of the world is the visible, not the invisible” – Oscar Wilde
4. “My photography is a reflection, which comes to life in action and leads to meditation. Spontaneity – the suspended moment – intervenes during action, in the viewfinder.” – Abbas
5. “If a photographer cares about the people before the lens and is compassionate, much is given. It is the photographer, not the camera, that is the instrument.” – Eve Arnold
6. “Photography is the only language that can be understood anywhere in the world.” – Bruno Barbey.
7.“I never thought I would become a photographer.…


WHY IS COMPOSITION IMPORTANT what is composition, and why is it so important?
In essence , composition is all about putting together objects /subjects in your view finder in a such a way as to emphasis the bits you want to make them stand out in just right way. Those objects that include anything  in the foreground, the background, Those that "frame" the picture and most importantly light. 
Photography is fun form of art that a lot  of people are engaged into. Artist all over the world have created some sort of uniqueness in there shots, people around the globe have appreciated the aftermath of remarkable photography.
QUESTION: Do you know what makes these photos look amazing? it is because of  photography composition each one has. 
Below, i have put together the value of composition or importance of photography composition.

When you compose a photo it can also give a sense of personality. it will appear originally owned by you and can also speak for it…

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS (Photographing a stranger)

      Photographing a stranger is something that is intimidating to a lot of photographers and its completely understandable why. we are indulging ourselves into another persons life, and they might or might not be willing to let us photograph them. we might get turned down or forced to be in an awkward situation. but this struggle is something that is really fascinating because in a few short moments you can go from barely knowing someone to creating an image with them that captures their true personality in photographic form. Most people who enjoy street shooting, live for these pictures. Often unrehearsed, they are the product of year of practice or sometimes  dumb luck. but behind the camera, there are photographers who are constantly working of the nerves to take one more picture.
             People around the globe see photography differently. Nothing makes this more apparent than pointing a camera at someone. some are natural exhibitionist and others …