Tips for Better Photo Composition
Pay attention to framing.
Nothing ruins a nice photo faster than distracting elements in
the background. Don't get so focused on the photo's subject
that you ignore what else is going on around them. Watch out
Film speed / ISO sensitivity
Outside, in daylight, any ISO will do, although lower ISO's are
recommended for a finer grain. At dusk and in the evening, a
street photographer will probably experience failure with
anything slower than 800
Things to consider when choosing a shutter speed:
Most individuals cannot hold a camera steady (without blur in
the photo), for anything slower than 1/60 of a second while
using a 50mm lens and faster with a telephoto lens.
Subjects need to be extremely