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Save the Date: March 7th at 5pm EST for Inside the Photographers Mind in Jonathan Higbee

Street Photographer Jonathan Higbee appears on the next Inside the Photographer’s Mind. Just a reminder to everyone!!! Street photographer Jonathan Higbee is one of New York’s up and coming photographers who not only has an interesting approach to street photography but also has a very curious background in photography. He doesn’t only shoot street, he thephoblographer.com

2018-3-2 18:23

12 Budget Lenses For Street Photographers Under $500

Street photography is not a niche of photography known to be much of a money maker, in fact if you get into street photography looking to make money you are looking in a very wrong place. This means that street photographers are often looking for more affordable kit options that allow them to get what they need for the look they are going for with the lowest hit to their wallet as possible. thephoblographer.com

2017-12-13 14:00

Kuo-Chiao Lin: Moving from Street Photography into Portraiture

Im Kuo-Chiao Lina Taipei native, a New Yorker at heart, and a vagabond wandering back and forth over New York City, Tokyo, Montreal, and Taipei. Im an official Fujifilm X-Photographer who, to all genres of photography and visual stories, applies street photography as a method, a way to accept randomness/chaos and react to what's happening around. thephoblographer.com

2017-11-30 23:00

Kevin Goss-Rosss Street Portraits Highlight Diversity Along a Stretch of the South African Coast

Among the many motivations of photographers and creatives today is foster equality, encourage diversity, and celebrate the harmony they create. In one of his personal street photography projects, South African-born Kevin Goss-Ross realizes this inspiration by documenting the different kinds of people he came across along a stretch of the KwaZulu-Natal coast. thephoblographer.com

2017-11-22 02:00

The Insta360 Pro 8K is certified to capture Google Street View photos while you drive

In May, Google unveiled the 'Street View ready' program that will certify a total of twenty 360-degree cameras for capturing Street View footage, and the first was just named. The Insta360 Pro, an 8K 360-degree camera available to consumers, was given Google's official stamp of approval yesterday; this means that anyone who purchases this $3,500 camera can use it to capture their own 360-degree footage for inclusion in Google's Street View product. dpreview.com

2017-10-4 01:12