The Street Photography Guide
with Denise Laurinaitis
AVAILABLE IN THE CLICK & COMPANY STORE
all materials are downloadable & yours to keep
Learn everything you need to know about street photography!
Join Denise Laurinaitis in a Breakout that teaches you everything you need to know to shoot street photography. Denise will guide you with all the technical information as well as the creative ways to capture fleeting moments and create compelling and memorable stories in one frame. You will be able to effectively capture the essence of a place and your experience there with ease and enjoyment, and you might even discover your voice in the process!
what you’ll get
An exclusive 190+ page ebook with all the information you need to photograph in any public space, with 15 master photographer artist spotlights for inspiration, over 15 exercises to help you practice, and a final assignment to help you narrow down your voice and vision
BEHIND THE SCENES VIDEOS
A Variety of Shooting Videos to reinforce the materials
CULLING AND EDITING VIDEO
Various Culling and Editing Videos
Culling video of the final assignment shot by Denise
A Bonus 60+ page PDF photo walk in New York City, Florida, Washington D.C. and Dana Point, California, with information on Denise’s approach and intent. A Bonus 20+ page PDF on Advanced Focus Methods. Bonus Video on Advanced Focused Methods.
what you’ll learn
// STREET PHOTOGRAPHY BASICS
Camera basics for street photography, including camera equipment, settings, focus methods, preparation, equipment and more
// CAPTURING MOMENTS & ASKING PERMISSION
How to see and capture moments quickly to create a strong street image & how to approach strangers to ask for permission
// LIGHT AND COMPOSITION
How to see and work with the light you are presented with while strengthening your composition to help drive your story
Processing Do’s and Don’ts specific to street photography
about your presenter
Denise Laurinaitis is a photographer based in Manhattan who explores daily life through observing and talking with others. As an introvert, Denise always found it difficult to immediately connect with new people. She uses photography as a way to associate with people on the streets and learn more about the benefits of being an extrovert. Her eye is drawn to color, quiet moments (mirroring the introvert in her), moments that exemplify the environment, and the beauty in people as a whole when you sit down and talk with them.