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    Default Re: Taking pictures of people

    haha..
    i oso ever met some problems wen taking pics on street.so far, i think if have a long zoom lens to take street candid shoot, tats will be better

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    Default Re: Taking pictures of people

    just smile and shoot. n say thanks.....works fine with me....

    an example...was in malacca, i just smile and they posed....


    end of it, i waved to say thanks.......they happi, i oso happi....
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    Default Re: Taking pictures of people

    Quote Originally Posted by Agenda View Post
    You need them to be in their most natural state to capture a very natural feel to it, but for photographers, do we have some code of conduct to adhere to?

    When you snap people, do you ask for permission or just snap then quickly run off?
    You don't need their permission if ur far away enough. Just teasing, but you dont even need.
    Try to go with a photographer friend or 2. Least you won't be seen as out of the norm on the streets.

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    Default Re: Taking pictures of people

    last time i work at it fair and carried banners

    this guy tried to take a picture of me and the banner, i said no and walked away, he ran in front of me and snap then zhao -_-

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