Some of things I teach during the AntiguaPhotoWalks.com that I lead around town is composition rules, including sub-framing, which is the act of using natural frames found on streets, such as arches, windows, doors, branches, or even a pair of legs, such as in this case. Another thing that I teach is that pictures of street performers are not “true” street photography captures as performers are putting an act so they can not be considered true natural unposed photographs. However, one thing we can do is point the camera towards the audience and capture some natural gestures and activities of the people enjoying the performance. Does it make sense?
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