In case you haven’t stumbled across it already, we wanted to point you in the direction of a spectacular street photography series by Toronto Photographer Robert Fisher.
This eight part series (plus a prologue and epilogue) goes deep on what some might call street photography basics. It covers the definition of street photography as an examination of the human condition, what you should know about gear, decisive moments, candids, street portraits, editing, captions, and a few varying approaches such as the visual pun, capturing the passing of time and night shooting. These may seem like familiar topics everyone has written about, but believe me when I say Robert Fisher takes them to the next level. In addition to his sometimes philosophical and often just plain practical observations and tips, in each section of the series, there is an interview with a stand-out street photographer, including our very own editor, Bob Patterson. (You can check out his interview in the prologue.)
This series truly is a must-read. Follow this link to discover it for yourself.