Posts tagged street photography

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Sometimes we’re forced to step over corpses to make an image, or through pools of blood. But in doing that, we try to show the world the reality of the situation we’re confronted with. You might not necessarily change the world with your images — in fact, I don’t think I’ve seen one image that’s changed the world — but if you’ve changed one single person’s mind, I think you’ve accomplished something.

Joao Silva: ‘Acting Despite Fear.’ An Interview by Michael Kamber - NYTimes.com

Interview with photographer Joao Silva before being seriously injured in an explosion last week.

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Michelle Sank wins the single image IPA - British Journal of Photography
The photo seems to have generated a lot of controversy with lots of people unable to understand why it was selected. In my view you need to have some sense of the complexity and duality of existence in South Africa today to connect with it.
(More at PetaPixel)

Michelle Sank wins the single image IPA - British Journal of Photography

The photo seems to have generated a lot of controversy with lots of people unable to understand why it was selected. In my view you need to have some sense of the complexity and duality of existence in South Africa today to connect with it.

(More at PetaPixel)

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“Street Violin”

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“Support Amnesty”

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"Catching Up" Copenhagen, 2010

"Catching Up" Copenhagen, 2010

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Monks crossing the street in New York

Monks crossing the street in New York

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Eric Kim just published a great article on the paranoia surrounding photography in public places and your rights as a photographer.  Coincidentally I shot the picture above in Trafalgar Square in London last month as a video cameraman was having his Press ID checked by a police officer.

Eric Kim just published a great article on the paranoia surrounding photography in public places and your rights as a photographer. Coincidentally I shot the picture above in Trafalgar Square in London last month as a video cameraman was having his Press ID checked by a police officer.

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NY Signage Abstract (Lower East Side NYC)

NY Signage Abstract (Lower East Side NYC)