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La photographie de rue est un exercice physique. Marcher, avancer, errer, revenir en arrière, bifurquer, se fatiguer. Il faut fouiller la foule, sélectionner «une proie» dans l’urgence, canaliser cette tension. La notre, la leur. On n’hésite pas. Elle? Lui? Eux? On photographie comme ivre et on fait les comptes ensuite, quand la fièvre est redescendue.
Pour cela deux méthodes :
• s’approcher au plus près, discrètement. S’effacer, se fondre dans le décor,
• ou être plus brutal, provoquer la personne, mais sans contact, sans dialogue et s’esquiver. Aller vite.

PEU IMPORTE LA METHODE, SEUL LE RESULTAT COMPTE !

F. Stucin

Street photography is a very physical exercise. Walk, go forward, wander, come back, turn around, getting tired... You have to forget about crowd, urgently select a 'prey', canalise your tension.Our, and theirs. You cannot hesitate...her, him,..them ?
You have to shoot like drunk and then look at the result once the fever came down...
For that, two methods:
- Come to the closest, discretely. Then disappear in the background,
- or be more brutal, provoke the person, but without contact, without dialog and then escape.Go fast.

NO MATTER THE METHOD, ONLY THE RESULT IS IMPORTANT !

F. Stucin
For more information about Frederic Stucin, please visit his website: www.fredericstucin.com

Categories & Keywords
Category:City Scenes
Subcategory:Street Scenes
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Keywords:2014, 2014, Frederic, MAP, September, Stucin, Toulouse, festival, invitee, photography

MAP Workshop with Frederic STUCIN