According to my way of thinking Street photography is not easy. It tests your nerves, your hand eye coordination and your instincts, and lord knows I’ve missed more ‘moments’ than I can count, but the satisfaction of capturing that split second where everything comes Street photography is not easy. The satisfaction of capturing that split second where everything comes together can make it all worth it. I use a pretty beefy Sony DSLR, primarily because I can’t afford the Leica M10 and the Fuji Xpro3 but I’ve still figured out to get up and close with it without being noticed, get your camera as close to people as possible without them noticing. It is certainly not the only way to do street photography, but it is a very effective way. It helps you catch the world around you in an uninterrupted fashion. And if you happen to get caught then so be it, just smile and own up to what you are doing. You’ll be surprised at how understanding most people are about street photography once you are
The Macchindranath Rath Jatra ( बुंग द्यः जात्रा) is the longest running Jatra. It is said that the Jatra is celebrated to Please Shree Macchindranath ( Raktalokitesvara Karunamaya) so he may bring rain to the Valley. The chariot festival is held according to the lunar calendar, so the date is changeable. It begins on the 4th day of the bright fortnight of Bachhalā, the seventh month in the lunar Nepal Sambat calendar. This year due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, the Jatra was celebrated late. All Images and text by Anurag Chaudhary . For #spnnepal #photowalkersnp About the Author : I am Anurag Chaudhary, a college going student with interest in Street photography. I find it very interesting to observe people and their Culture, I like to express what I see through my photographs.