The 1st Third Party Street Hunt by Daniel Tschitsch

The 1st Third Party Street Hunt by Daniel Tschitsch

The 1st Third Party Street Hunt by Daniel Tschitsch


Exciting times dear Readers!

Today we are releasing the 1st Third Party Street Hunt on our YouTube channel. It is a video that has been made by one of our Readers in the Street Hunt style we started 3-4 years ago as an experiment. That 1st Street Hunt video was followed by another and another and now we have 22 Street Hunt videos online for you to enjoy. Those 22 Street Hunts are the reason why our YouTube Channel has now grown to 10500 subscribers!

About a three weeks ago we shared with you a video “Street Talk #04” in which we were announcing these 3rd party street hunts. You can watch the video and read the related post Street Talk Episode 4 – “Announcing 3rd part street hunts” for more info.

The first video we are releasing today is by Daniel Tschitsch, a street photographer from Germany. You can view the video below and if you want more information on Daniel, you can visit his YouTube channel or his website.

Want to send in your video?

What are you waiting for? Start sending us your first person POV videos right away! We would love to host it on our channel. Don’t forget to read the details in the Street Talk Episode 4 – “Announcing 3rd part street hunts” as mentioned above.

In order for your videos to be accepted and uploaded to our channel, they must be presentable, they shouldn’t promote any products or services and they should not violate any Intellectual Property rights.

The 1st Third Party Street Hunt video by Daniel Tschitsch 

It is now time to sit back and enjoy the video made by Daniel.

Stay Sharp & Keep Shooting!


  1. What I liked about Daniel’s video was the demonstration on how to ‘get away’ with being noticed. In a couple of shots you see the subject remonstrate but then they think they’ve got it wrong as Daniel doesn’t make eye contact but pretends to ‘look interested’ in the building behind the subject.
    Great tactic and one that street photographers should make note of.

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