Graffiti Art popularly referred to as vandalism and sight damage has traversed a long way from being called a wasteful street activity to being called an “Art Form”. Despite it trying to attain its rightful status, there is still an ongoing debate whether it should be considered as a meaningful art form or not. Graffiti can be found not just in museums but also on items of daily use like furniture, murals, wall murals and pictures. There is no place in the world where you will not find this different art form. No matter if the city is big or small, no matter if the community is old or new- it is omnipresent in some form or the other.
Candid Street photography
A candid photograph is a photograph captured through motion mostly, without creating any poses it can be indoor or outdoor that’s why here in this article today we have showcased “45 Interesting Fusion of Street Grafitti Art Photography” where every photo is having very interesting timing and view of graffiti art with the moment of peoples. . This is achieved without any preparation of the subject and is taken instantly by surprising the subject.
In this case no permission is taken from the person whose photograph is clicked. This type of photography has been developed into the art by photographers. Almost all the photographers have done this type of photography to start with and some are masters of the same. This form of photography is considered to be the purest the reason where the subject or the character does not knows that his photograph is being clicked. Sometimes the photographer does do that after informing however the art is to put the people at ease with the camera. It is simply an art of capturing people living an event.
Tips and Techniques of street art photography
This is street art photography of catching people live, the subject of the pictures should be caught live and unaware that’s the aim of this photography. The best candid pictures come when the people know exactly what is going on and they don’t care. The art is to make people and subjects comfortable; the photographer can take his or her time, and has to wait for the perfect moment to be captured. The result comes out to be perfect when the subject is not bothered about the photographer what, when and where the picture is been clicked.
- Patience: The patience is required as the photographer has to wait for the perfect moment before the picture is clicked.
- Background Graffiti: Do decide the background in the mind before clicking the picture the more prefects the background better is the picture.
- Lighting: Proper lighting needs to be provided for the perfect picture.
- Continuous Mode: Click more and more of pictures this will ensure the right emotion is been captured.
- Be Prepared: As the subject is unaware of the picture is been clicked be prepared to capture the perfect moment
- Lenses: Choose the lenses after you survey the overall look of the scene, the lens has to be decided depending upon the background and the subject.