But thankfully, there is an entirely fascinating side to street photography that can be done in the quietest of areas.
For most, this is not what first comes to mind for street photography, but it can be just as interesting and often more so than busy city street photography.
The more obvious (while being respectful) you are, the more you can get away with, even in quieter areas.
Create PortraitsWhile traditional street photography typically stands for candid moments in public, portraits can have a big part in street photography projects, particularly in quieter areas.
Capture the EnvironmentBesides portraits and candid shots of people, what else is there to capture in street photography (and street photography in quiet areas)?

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