For most, street photography can a rather anxiety-ridden experience – especially for those who are just becoming acclimated with street life in front of the lens. In order to truly make the most out of street photography as an art form, and capture the most compelling images of candid life, one has to rid their minds of the fear associated with taking photos of strangers without permission.
With this very notion in mind, and in an attempt to help elevate most of the anxiety experienced, well known street photographer and photo-blogger Eric Kim has created a free E-book focused solely on overcoming the aforementioned.
“31 Days to Overcome Your Fear of Shooting Street Photography” covers exactly what Kim’s aptly named title for his book would imply – provide a months worth of challenges and insights that Kim himself has practiced and utilized in order to flourish as a street photographer.
If you would like to secure your free download, be sure to click on the available formats below, as well as, head on over to Eric Kim’s street photography blog and leave your comments, suggestions and/or reactions to his new resource.