Street portraiture is easily confused with street photography. The two styles have plenty in common: both involve taking photographs of strangers in a non-studio setting. But while street photography is candid, sometimes taken without the subject ever knowing they've been snapped, in street portraiture, as lifestyle and portrait photographer Julian Love explains, "the person you're photographing acknowledges the situation.
"You've talked to them, you might have even posed them," he continues. "It's more interactive – a collaboration, not just an observation." Julian recently took the Canon EOS RP on a journey through the streets of his home city of Bath, UK, capturing street portraits. Here, he shares his eight tips for taking standout shots.