Peter Kirkeskov Rasmussen

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Yanidel Street Photography

Digital photography brought the capability to review instantly your last shot. While at first sight it seemed a wonderful feature, it actually ends …

The Confrontational, Contemporary Street Photography of Jonathan Auch

"There is an unspoken violence that exists in the way we treat each other on the streets in New York. Instead of trying to romanticize that, I'd rather show it plain."<p>Among new American street photographs, Jonathan Auch's pictures are a uniquely gutsy, blurry, and grainy mess of contradictions. …

Always bring your camera

My daytime job is located in Copenhagen, but I live 30 km from the office. Two times a week I take my road bike to work. The other days I go by car, …

Photography

24 Stunning Photographs Taken by Stanley Kubrick That Capture Street Scenes of New York City in the 1940s

Stanley Kubrick (1928-1999) was an American film director, writer, producer, and photographer who lived in England during most of the last four …

Why Fear Street Photography?

Man with flip phone. Tokyo, 2017What are we so afraid of in street photography, and <i>why</i> are we afraid?<i>CONQUER YOUR FEARS AND MEET NEW PEERS ></i>What do …

Street Photography

Shenzhen, Hong Kong Street Photography by Marcus Wendt

Ultraviolet Break of Day – Street photography by Marcus Wendt in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, China.Marcus Wendt, creative director of London based studio …

Hong Kong

What makes a powerful photograph?

<b>Brett Rogers</b><i><br>Director, the Photographers' Gallery, London</i><p>"It's very, very hard to say what I look for in an image. I think it's when you see something particularly arresting or distinctive, where you feel that this photographer has a unique vision. It needs to be something that surprises you, or …

2D grief and foreboding: Stuart Paton and the healing power of photography

Stuart Paton says about himself:<p>‘I was born and raised in the central belt of Scotland. The next half of my life was spent in France before turning …

Matt Weber, Former Taxi Diver and New York Street Photographer

As a former self-described ‘mediocre’ graffiti artist and taxi driver photographing the streets of New York since 1978, Matt Weber has explored …

Street Photography

Starry Street Photos of Chicago Captured Using an Off-Camera Flash

Japanese photographer Satoki Nagata moved to Chicago in 1992 to document the city and its people. His background is in neuroscience (he has a PhD in …

Magnum Photographer Bruce Gilden On What Makes A Good Photograph Great (And A Bad Photograph Terrible)

Bruce Gilden is one straight talker. The no-nonsense Brooklyn born, Guggenheim-awarded, Magnum photographer does not mince his words, that’s for …

Street Photography

Wear Good Shoes: Inspiring Advice from Magnum Photographers - Free guide from Magnum Photos | LensCulture

In 1947 four photographers, Robert Capa, Henri Cartier-Bresson, George Rodger and David “Chim” Seymour, toasted the founding of what would become the world’s most influential photographers collective over a celebratory magnum of champagne in the Museum of Modern Art, New York City.<p>In the past 70 …

Street Photography

Photographing New York’s Streets, Where ‘Everything Feels New’

Growing up in Omaha, Andre D. Wagner dreamed of playing professional basketball in New York and becoming the toast of the town.<p>He had the necessary skills but, unfortunately, not the necessary height. He stopped growing at 5 feet 8. But what he lacked in physical stature, he made up for in speed, …

In Search of the Poets and New Masters of Street Photography

<i>Olivier Laurent has worked with photography on both sides of the Atlantic—raised in France, beginning his career in London and continuing at TIME Lightbox in New York. Throughout, Laurent has remained passionate about discovering how great photographs are made, while consistently drawing attention</i> …

The Last Days of New York City’s Chinatown

New York City’s Chinatown is just about the only neighborhood in Manhattan that still retains some of the atmosphere of old New York, a city that was much less gentrified and much more down-to-earth: gritty, noisy, often dirty, a city of immigrants and the working class.<p>Partly due to its …

Scrap and Build

Tokyo is stuck in a cycle of building new buildings, demolishing them, and then rebuilding them again. The city is stuck in a cycle of “scrap and build.” The people live in a city which keeps changing and thus are constantly on the move—reflecting the restlessness of Tokyo itself. This energy …

Deprivation and community in Thatcherite Britain with Tish Murtha’s Youth Unemployment

“My impression is of a whole generation thrown on the scrapheap, yet still making the best of what they have,” says Ella Murtha of <i>Youth Unemployment</i>, …

Employment

America: Relax, Everything Is Fine!

At times, furtive silhouettes stamp the red velvet curtain. In the middle of whispers, a more distinct phrase returns like a mantra: “Relax, everything is fine. Relax, everything is fine!”<p>I’m in the front row. On the chair on my right, dusty and empty like the other hundred, lies the program of the …

Rinzi Ruiz: Pictures from my Soul

Los Angeles based street photographer Rinzi Ruiz is a very well known name among the american street artists working today, mainly because of his …

B-Uranus: Inside an Island in the Venetian Lagoon

<i>Azu Nwagbogu, Founder and Director of LagosPhoto Festival and the African Artists’ Foundation, chose this project by Mirko Saviane as his Juror’s Pick in the Magnum Photography Awards 2017. He explains his choice in a brief statement below. We’ve also included Saviane’s artist statement so you can</i> …

Capturing Moments in Shibuya with the X100 Series

Belly of the Beast

The Wallow

I read an article the other day. It was by someone, who once again, tried to force his own definition of “good street photography” over the gullible …

Street Photography

Streets of Vancouver

Thanks to my daily profession I get to travel a lot.<p>Last year I was fortunate enough to go to Vancouver on business and managed to get a lot of time …

Photography

I Live To See Another Day

Italian Photographer Giacomo Vesprini Shoots The Invisible Elements In Street Photography

Giacomo Vesprini from Italy inspiring us with his street photography. He is a member of Eyegobananas, the coolest street photography collective. …

Street Photography

Minimal Approach To Street Photography

We have all heard the axiom that photography is everywhere and we are bombarded by thousands of images per day, resulting in us having to sift …

Street Photography

Instagram Hashtags for Street Photographers

When you shoot street photography, you have to think fast, sizing up the background composition and honing in on subjects as they move in and out of …

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