Street Photography Do's and Don'ts



How to Practice Good Photography Etiquette

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  1. Keep down the volume.If your equipment has an option to not make the customary sound, then use it. This is more applicable in a public arena type of photography. Say you're doing some corporate shots in a business office. The constant noises of photography can be quite distracting. While being there is your business, you are attheirbusiness. Show them some respect.
  2. If you can't silence your equipment, let the location you are going to be at, know that you have equipment that may be a little 'noisy'.
  3. Be selective about the equipment that you are using.Don't bring strobes with all of the attendant power cords and/or battery cells. Obviously, if you are going to be using a dedicated room, this might not apply, but it is alotof extra work if you carry large lights like that. Try using off camera flashes.
  4. If you are going to be shooting at a particular event, do some research.Some of the things that you need to look into are:
    • Are there specific areas for event photographers to be at?
    • Can you photograph from a seat? Basically, a fan with a camera.
    • Are photographs allowed at all (except for the event photographers)?
  5. Listen to the safety lecture.They don't tell you that for your health. Standing in the wrong place, in some sports, can be your last wrong decision.
  6. Be polite.Just because you, presumably, have a nicer camera or are there on business, doesn't give you leave to be rude and inconsiderate. Look at it as free advertising (being polite).
  7. Be considerate of other photographers.Don't get in their way and treat them as you would want to be treated.
  8. For your own sake, have insurance.You will want to cover your camera(s), lens, equipment, and any incidents that may occur.
  9. Take no for an answer.No means No. Even if you are in public, and they have no reasonable expectations of privacy, they are still people. Be nice.
  10. Don't take a lot of time to get the shot.If you aren't there shooting portraits, but maybe doing some 'drive by' shooting, take the shot and go.





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