Ibarionex Perello on street photography

One of the most important things you can do as a photographer is have people who will give you honest, constructive feedback on your work. The next best thing is to listen to critiques of others. On this video, photographer Ibarionex Perello critiques some street photography as part of his “Candid Frame” podcast. There’s some great advice here on how to set up shots.

Eric Kim posted an interview with Ibarionex a few months ago. In that interview, Ibarionex said it’s important for beginning street photographers to spend as much time as possible taking pictures:

Schedule regular time for shooting. If you have a day job, take part of your lunch break to shoot for 20 minutes. Or find some way to make shooting a regular part of your week. Don’t just wait for the weekend to pick up the camera. If you wait for the weekend, that’s only 4 times a month that you will actually get out and practice your craft.


Image of Ibarionex Perello by Nan Palmero. It is used here under a Creative Commons license.

Joe Newman

I'm Joe Newman, multi-media story teller, non-profit do-gooder, international street photographer, serious poker player, intrepid traveler. Bourbon drinker.

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