see, the less you will value your own.30. You will be called by others as “weird” for your street photography. Ignore them.31. Look for the beauty in the mundane.32. Take photos that make people laugh.33. Street photography is best experienced alone.34. Constantly experiment and innovate.35. Street photography doesn’t
have to be in black and white (althoughsometimes it does look better).36. Grain is beautiful.37. Hold your camera with your hand, not your neck.38. Don’t be afraid of offending people. Most likely you won’t.39. “The night is often more vivid than the day” – Van Gogh40. Some of the meanest looking people can be the nicest."The Faces" - Paris, France41. Don’t make excuses. Make photos.42. Never delete any of your photos. Some of the technically-off images make the beststreet photos (think blurry, grainy, or dark images).43. Always keep your eyes open for the “Decisive Moment”.44. If you think your photos are boring, they most likely are.45. Street photography summed up in one sentence: “I could have taken that photo butI didn’t”46. The quieter your camera, the better.47. Don’t be sneaky.