Talking Movies this week is going to analyse low-key cult ‘70s movie Walkabout. I am going to select two scenes from the movie and examine them, highlighting the ways in which the director has arranged his shots for maximum visual impact. I’ll then look into how visual techniques from cinema can be applied in street photography, to maximise the creative and compositional power of your street photography. I’ll also show a photograph of my own to go with each scene, and compare and contrast the differences between my shots and the movie scenes to explain how examining movies has influenced my street photography. As always, the complete collection of the Talking Movies articles can be found on the blog section of the Street Hunters website.