“You’ve got to let the people wash over you—It’s about making order out of that chaos,” says Markus Andersen, a Sydney based street photographer and member of the international street photography collective Tiny Collective.
For Andersen, part of making great images just means shooting all the time, which is exactly what he does in the 15 minute-long web doc about his work. Through the course of the film Andersen dishes out all kinds of great advice for searching for interesting lines, textures and shadows and waiting and watching for that perfect moment to appear in your viewfinder.
“The things that are hard to get, that you really have to search for, that is what becomes great and what becomes remembered,” he says. Check out the full doc above for some serious photography inspiration.