Street Photography may have been attacked on appreciated from all directions and one would easily come to a conclusion that the length and breadth of this genre has been all but covered, but the raw truth is possibilities and innovations within are infinite.
This is out of camera from DNG. I used the tilting screen and it’s very easy to see the photo from any distance you hold the camera. There is much to talk about with the Fuji X30 and I’ll be posting steady about it for a while. But,,, first off, the single most [...]
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Currently looking for at least one other person like me, i.e. street photography nutcase good at keeping wordpress sites going but a crap photographer wanting to get A LOT better before reasserting myself as an aspiring 'streettog' or whatever. I want to make a collaborative publication going forward, as it's just too difficult alone at this point.
Give me a bell via the site contact if you can shoot and write street photography, especially if you're in the UK. I want to speak to you!!
Horace Bristol's single flashbulb illuminated hundreds of young, near-naked, Japanese men diving upon one another in total darkness as part of the Hadaka Matsuri or 'Naked' festival in at a temple in Okayama...
Calling all light chasers! We are seeking eye-catching street photography images that includes the theme of light. Whether natural or artificial light, with or without contrasting shades, shadow and/or silhouettes, we want to see your best work for a chance to exhibit!
Linda Wisdom's insight:
A fantastic opportunity to physically exhibit and sell your photos at Greenwich Gallery for a period of 2 weeks.
Garry Winogrand pounded the streets of America every day of his life photographing reluctant subjects – and he left behind 6,500 undeveloped films when he died. A powerful new retrospective makes sense of the torrent of imagery by the prolific American master, writes Sean O’Hagan
Conservators restoring an Antarctic exploration hut recently made a remarkable discovery: a small box of 22 exposed but unprocessed photographic negatives, frozen in a solid block of ice for nearly one hundred years.
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