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Bruce Gilden Discusses His Coney Island Street Photos

Whether you're already familiar with Bruce Gilden's bold street photography or still familiarizing yourself with his work, it's always engaging to look back at some of his best known sets. There's probably no one that can best tell us the most interesting details and stories about his photos than the photographer himself, so we take once more to Gilden's Vimeo page to revisit his snaps, this time to listen to his commentary on his Coney Island project. thephoblographer.com

2019-5-16 22:00

Philip Goldberg: Evoking Emotion Through Street Photography

I'm Philip Goldberg, raised in the Detroit area, lived in Costa Rica and China for a combined total of about 35 years, and now back in Miami. There are certain constants in our lives. For me, photography has been one of them, from looking at photos of my parents when they were young, being raised on Life and Look magazines, and watching movies. thephoblographer.com

2019-5-14 16:00

6 Powerful Point and Shoot Cameras for Discreet Street Photography

Street photography is a genre that requires a certain finesse. You have to be able to capture images quickly, and in a lot of cases, discreetly. Having the ability to be able to blend in with the crowd with a camera that doesn't say "look at me" is a must, and so is one that is small enough to not get banged, tossed and roughed up while walking through the busy streets. thephoblographer.com

2019-4-30 01:00

How to Master Zone Focus to Shoot Street Snaps of People

We can't stress enough how zone focus is one one of the most useful techniques in street photography, so allow us to share yet another resource to help you get the hang of it. In this video by Swedish photographer and media producer Mattias Burling, he shows us how the popular technique can be of great help to those who find photographing people out in the streets intimidating. thephoblographer.com

2019-4-6 07:00

Im a Street Photographer Transitioning into Posed Portraiture

It took a long time for me to get confident when shooting on the streets. Now, as I embark on the world of portraiture, I feel like Im starting all over again. New worlds, different approaches, dealing with many personalities, all of this is putting me out of my comfort zone - and I love it! So as I move on this creative journey, Im taking you with me, sharing with you what my experience has been like so far. thephoblographer.com

2019-3-17 07:00