Set your street photography free—to include birds in your frame

Street Photography can always be a confrontational art. The act of snapping that candid moment can be an offensive action to the subject. There are times when someone just doesn’t want to be photographed!

To avoid the sticky situation in street photography, we have an idea for you: to include birds in your frame.

As the popular saying goes “Birds of the same feather flock together”. We have seen plenty of street photographers shooting birds in their frame, either making birds as a prime element or just in the backdrop or to make them form as an element of composition in their street photos.

This list is an absolute treat to watch. These city critters give a sense of freedom inside the frame and make it narrowly comparable to the lives of people in cities. Take a look at these photographs and feel for yourself.


(All photographs are obtained from the Internet.)


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