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7 Tips for Capturing the Decisive Moment in Street Photography

There is probably no other term as often cited as “The Decisive Moment” in Street Photography. Yet there is no real agreement what a decisive moment defines. The street is normally a very chaotic place. People are walking in every … Continue reading

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The Death of Photography’s “Decisive Moment” Has Been Drastically Overstated

Gear High frame rates and UHD video are coming, but don’t panic just yet. Some people are eager to claim UHD video and high fps numbers are going to kill the spirit of photography. Don’t worry just yet. Popular Photography

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The Not So Decisive Moment – How to Increase Your Chances of Getting the Best Shot

To a certain extent Henri Cartier-Bresson has a lot to answer for. Yes, he’s certainly one of the photography greats, and his work has inspired countless photographers, but his book “ The Decisive Moment ” and the meaning of its title, is … Continue reading

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The Master Henri Cartier-Bresson

A Post By: Darlene HildebrandtHenri Cartier-Bresson (1908-2004) was a French photographer who is widely considered the father of photojournalism. He phrase the

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