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Street Photography: When to Crop In and Clone Out – Part I

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Photo by Henri Cartier-Bresson which has been subtly edited to remove distractions.

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Welcome back everyone, today we are going over some fun Street Photography tips. When I was trying to clean up the edges and crop out the distractions of some street photos I noticed it started to take something away. What was it? Well, street photography has a certain imperfection to it that is characteristic of the style of shooting. Since I am more involved with fine art I looked to make street photos perfect as well. What I discovered is in some cases it took away the quality of imperfection that is present in most street photography…that candid feeling. Throughout this article we’ll look at plenty of examples that will show you when cropping a bit or editing a touch can help with distractions around the edge of your frame (Edge Flicker).

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