Have you ever been in the middle of posing for a photograph when the photographer told you to “act natural”? It can be tough to act natural when you are told to, and even tougher when you have people staring at you. In this situation, the photographer’s goal was, most likely, to try to achieve a candid photograph.
If you are anything like me, then you probably feel like you’ve won the lottery when you are able to capture a good candid photo. Candid photography is the act of taking pictures of people in their most candid form, or when they are acting the most natural. This means that they are in an “informal” or “un-posed” state. If you need some tips on capturing your subjects in their most raw and pristine form, read on for 8 of the best tips for candid photography.