I’ve been shooting Street Photography since I started photography. I always believed in Street Photography as a powerful tool for growth which concealed many secrets in a simple walk. To me, Street photography is not only a genre but delicate visual poetry.
Street photography can be fascinating. I think it’s because we are naturally nosy. We want to stare, to absorb the details and imagine the facts. In real time, on the street, we only get a glimpse of passing strangers.
In this series “New York” Christopher confronts the use of color which is quite a departure from all of his previous works which are in black and white, in fact, he is well known as the creator of the all black and white fine art photography.
In 2008 he spent 6 months working in a restaurant then in a library. He was saving money to buy his first Leica camera. These photos are from the following 2 years of making photography on the streets of a few French cities including Paris, Toulouse and his hometown Lille.
The Berlin Ku’Damm is the most prominent shopping street in Berlin. Normally the street is filled with people looking for the newest dresses or Cellphones.But when the sun leaves the scene, another characteristic is visible. Almost like a blurry dream, the series displays another side of the street.
These images were shot in Andalucía, that constitutes the biggest part of southern Spain. I narrate a story with color, leaded by the light and the shadows. A story of observation and search on the roads.
Fresnel is a photographic research of the “mystery” in the streets. From day to night, from east to west, dipped or at a distance, it is a spotlight on anonymous streets, where meetings are woven and destinies intersect.
Between busy traffic and streams of yellow cabs at Park Avenue in Manhattan you can spot very dapper looking gents standing calmly at the entrances to multimillion condos of Upper East Side area of New York City.
More often than not, people behave rather oddly when they face roses.One day, shortly after I moved to Osaka, I encountered a tribe of people obsessed with roses in an urban rose garden I found purely by chance.
This photographic project “A face without a name” is a journey through imagination and reality, in the territory of the Caucasus. A visual trip to discover that part of the world that has a foot in the Asia and another foot in Europe.
When the writer Jerry Siegel and the cartoonist Joe Shuster created Superman in 1933, they did not imagine that their character, dressed in his blue suit and with his cloak in the wind, would become a planetary icon.
My photography seeks the Truth in city streets in an attempt at liberation from the artificiality of television, film or advertising. My goal is to capture an urban landscape and the people who live in and pass through it.
David Scouri 40, lives in Tel Aviv, creates photography series out of interest and understanding of the environment.My attraction and interest in photography started when I was 12, and kept taking picture of my family members
The quintessential trait of the mundane is, of course, its lack of spectacle. It is recognizable to us, familiar, in its plainness and with its non-event-character. Due to those alleged properties it is a world that gets all too willingly labeled boring and banal.
The passion for photography was born by traveling, for the need to freeze an emotion, to fix it forever and to have the chance to revive it, then matured also in an emotional quest for the daily life, but the journey gives me the opportunity to tell and remember the places through always unknown emotions,
This work is reflected in and transcends the images shot by Walker Evans in the New York subways in the 40’s. It doesn’t make reference to any specific place but to distant and different cities which appear here as if closed in one single space.
‘Matador’ is my awkward air-kiss to Milan. An oblique portrait of the oblique city I’m struggling to call home. I’d love to say I skipped off the train, turned on a sixpence and effortlessly found the back of the net.
Nathanaël Fournier is a French 34 year-old photographer. Living between France, Corsica and Belgium with a small bag, his dog and his film cameras, he catches moments of everyday life and street scenes.
Cities, like people, have a personality. It is this personality that makes them unique and distinguishable. It might help us to read and comprehend a city or we might get challenged, confused or overwhelmed by it.
A beach long 2,5 Km in Marina Di Massa, flanked to historical buildings, dating back to the Fascist period, that still at a distance of years, affect the territory and vacationers who frequent the beach.
Wojtek lives in a rural area of Ireland, where there is not that many opportunities for a street photographer, but he does travel a lot. In his street portfolio, there are pictures from Tokyo, New York, Morocco, India, and many European destinations.
In the 1960s I lived and worked in New York City, carried my camera everywhere, and photographed every chance I had – day and night, above ground and in the subways.The camera forced me to look, and to actually see.
Street photography is all about the realness, the true story of this society. The drama constantly happening in this world, and a perfect street photography is all about to capture the moment, to portray the story, to paint the colors
From the beginning of photography, there has been a direct relationship between the images being captured and the environment where the scene took place. Street was a preferred place for Doisneau or Lee Friendlander.
Healthy bones need vitamin D to absorb calcium and phosphate from our diets. These minerals are important for teeth and muscles as well. A vitamin D deficiency can make bones go soft, weak and leads to deformities.
A costly signal is an evolutionary trait that develops despite it not being in an organisms best interest. In the case of a peacock, males develop elaborate plumage to attract females and display dominance
The people relationship always caught my interest, especially as a photographer of street portraits.I could tell you about the experiences I had with strangers for hours, being able to shutter the barrier and understand how perfectly
In common with most photographers worldwide, from Mumbai to Manchester, Adrian seldom leaves home without a camera. Photographers are, by nature people blessed (or cursed) with an unquenchable curiosity
This serie is an immersion in London. The colorful playground of Picadilly Circus, the darkness of little streets, the anthill of “La City”, all those places where I catch the everyday and the essence of the crowd.
I capture people going about daily life because there are moments that they themselves do not realize are more beautiful and full of human touch than the carefully choreographed movies of Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, Federico Fellini or Shakespeare’s plays.
Polish photographer and designer born in Poznan, studied at the Faculty of Graphics and Visual Communication at the Poznan University of Art, Poland.For more than 20 years he has been active in the advertising industry.
It is often assumed that people in large cities are incommunicado and more so now, in a world dominated by social media, played out on the handsets of smart phones. However, this series of photographs highlights that social communication is irrepressible.
They say home is where the heart is. It is a place I have never been able to forget, nor find my way back to. I have always thought of it as a series of islands. It is such an immense, densely populated city.