"Never does that old maxim 'the harder I practice, the luckier I get' ring truer." – Matt Stuart
Street photography may look like luck, but you have to get out there and hone your craft if you want to shake up those luck vibes. Matt Stuart never goes out without his trusty Leica and, in a career spanning twenty years, has taken some of the most accomplished, witty and well-known photographs of the streets.
From understanding how to be invisible on a busy street, to anticipating a great image in the chaos of a crowd, Matt Stuart reveals in over 20 chapters the hard-won skills and secrets that have led to his greatest shots. He explains his purist and uniquely playful approach to street photography leaving the reader full of ideas to use in their own photography. Illustrated throughout with 100 of Stuart's images, this is a unique opportunity to learn from one of the finest street photographers around.
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Matt Stuart never goes out without his trusty Leica and, in a career spanning twenty years, has taken some of the most accomplished, witty and well-known photographs of the streets.
"[Stuart's] practice revolves around finding humor, play, and serendipity in the mundane, a skill he’s cultivated throughout his 25-year career and recounts in the recently released volume Think Like a Street Photographer." - Colossal
"Matt Stuart: Think Like a Street Photographer is great for photographers of all levels wanting to up their skills in street photography, and good for anyone interested in candid photography as an art form. In this reviewer’s opinion, the text is brief and insightful, and the photos are terrific and may even inspire you." - Picture This Post,