Being into fashion, particularly street fashion, most of us are taking photos of ourselves or friends, and not all of us are getting the photos we want. Getting tips from just any photography websites is fine, but what we do in street photography is a little different than how others might photograph flowers, so I thought it would be good to have a reference for us non traditional photographers.There’s really no “one right way” to take street fashion photos, but there is a big gap between, “no way”,”that works” and “awesome!”. Many photography “rules” will make your photography look like everyone elses, stale, “clean” and commercial. So I’ve compiled a few different ideas for everyone from Lomo-sheik to semi-studio. You don’t have to be pro to take cool photos. You just need the right environment, light and the willingness to waste film (or disk space).