Flickr launches street photography competition Amateur Photographer The contest, called 'In the Street: Europe in detail' aims to reveal what 'surprises, delights and inspires you day to day, just by walking down your street'.
Slate Magazine (blog) Capturing Lovers on the Streets of New York Slate Magazine (blog) In three decades as a street photographer in New York, Matt Weber has seen it all: homelessness, violence, the daily strangeness that gives the city its...
Street Photography is Over Blogger News Network (blog) Street photography is over. I've not used the word dead here, and that's deliberate. You see, street photography is not dead – more people are in the streets taking photos now than ever before.
Three Members of Public Life, Ying Tang, Markus Hartel and Siegfried Hansen participate in the book "Street Photography Now" Get up close and personal with the world’s best street photographers as they capture the drama of everyday life at 1⁄125 of...
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