RANT: If You Only Complain about Street Photography Then Its Time to Move On

The street photography community can be a clicky little place. Lots of street photographers divided into their own little groups (otherwise known as collectives), some believing their art is more precious and important than the others.

And amongst all of that are the ones that spend most of their time speaking down everything they see, never having anything positive to say. Which makes me ask the question: why are you even involved with street photography?.

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2019-7-12 07:00

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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

2019-04-30 01:00

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The Ethics of Photojournalism

From time to time when I read about Street Photography, I hear the opinion that street photographers exploit people on the street by taking their picture without asking. This opinion raises some valid questions about the ethics of Street Photography, but also shows the double standards we follow in the media. Nature of Documentary Photography […] petapixel.com

2017-04-03 18:55

Street Photography and Kodak Tri-X Film: 62 Years of Going With The Grain

In recent years, thanks in part to social media and the ease with which participants can share images, street photography has enjoyed unprecedented popularity. A generation of digital cameras, inspired in part by the classic tools of street shooters, has combined with the power of social networks and easy image sharing to empower a new generation of photographers to embrace street photography. thephoblographer.com

2017-02-22 21:22

Giovanni Aiello Captures Candid And Spontaneous Moments In Street Photography

There are typically two extremes to street photography approach: one being completely stealthy and ninja-like to capture spontaneous, unposed and original moments happening on the streets as if the photographer was merely observing without active interaction (eg Henri Cartier-Bresson), as opposed to straight in the face, direct confrontational approach (eg Bruce Gilden). thephoblographer.com

2016-12-13 20:03