A lot of my readers are curious on how do I successfully managed to shoot outdoors (street photgoraphy) with less people on the background. Ever since I created my blog, fashion weeks and the beautiful street photography of Tommy Ton and Scott Schuman has been one of my inspirations and pegs here in my style posts. I always make sure that the photos that I'm going to publish here in my blog has that candid; effortless feel to it.
The city that I lived in is very populated, especially on weekdays. Shooting street photography at those days is very crucial, especially if you're wearing a head-turning ensemble fit for fashion week or for cold climate countries. Well if you'll gonna ask me, the perfect day to do street style photography is Sunday (for people living in Manila). Why? aside from the fact that Sunday is the only day to chill and rest; nobody is passing or going to photobomb your shot, no guards asking for permit to shoot the area, no parked cars and lastly, you're free to do your thing and wear the most outrageous outfit you got because no one is looking or watching. And for the time, I suggest to shoot around 3 pm to 6pm. The sun isn't that harsh during those time, and I'm very sure you will get that picture perfect amount of lighting.
Black oversized turtleneck from H&M
Structured jacket from Anteprima Italy
Pants from Y-3
Sunnies from Topman
Sneakers from Jack Purcell x Converse