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Garry Winogrand: el padre de la fotografía callejera

Garry Winogrand y el dulce equilibrio compositivo de la fotografía callejera<p>Decir Garry Winogrand es prácticamente decir Street Photo, una …

Juan Manuel Díaz Burgos-Historias de playa

Olas de plata Es agosto de 1987 y, como cada año, cambio por un mes de mar y de ciudad. Dejo mi Mediterráneo por el Atlántico, mi C...

Vivian Maier

Vivian Maier was a photography hobbyist whose output would become an influential body of work in the 20th-century street photography. Maier was a …

Street Photography

10 Consejos de Fotografía de calle por Pau Buscató

Pau Buscató es uno de los fotógrafos de calle con más talento que he descubierto en los últimos años, de hecho probablemente hayas visto su nombre en …

frame

<b>In Frame, an ongoing series, I position my camera to face the sea so that if people observe me as they pass by they are uncertain whether they are</b> …

2016 Photo Contest

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Nature

15 Lessons Bruce Davidson Can Teach You About Street Photography

<i>(All photographs in this article are copyrighted by Bruce Davidson / Magnum Photos / Steidl)</i><p>Bruce Davidson is a photographer that I deeply look up to …

Photographer Arlene Gottfried Captured the Curious Faces and Peculiar Stories of New Yorkers in the 1970s and 80s

New York photographer Arlene Gottfried’s mother famously told her, “Arlene– just don’t wander!” a request that was not always heeded as the younger …

Pays basque

Max Slobodda – This photographer from Germany shows us what happens when you have patience on the streets

An ardent fan of Henri Cartier-Bresson shows more than glimpses of brilliance through his portfolio on street photography. This is Max Slobodda from …

Street Photography

The camera allows me to follow my intuition, to capture what is meaningful to me. As a result, I don't look for locations to photograph. Instead, I photograph where I actually am. From 2010 to 2011, having finished our studies, and feeling the need to get away for a while...

The camera allows me to follow my intuition, to capture what is meaningful to me. As a result, I don't look for locations to photograph. Instead, I …

Photography

En Sombra // In Shadow - Photographs and text by Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez | LensCulture

<i>Jose Luis Barcia Fernandez is one of the 31 winners and finalists of the LensCulture Street Photography Awards 2015! LensCulture is proud to present the work of these photographers who show us, each in their own way, why street photography today remains as fresh and vibrant as ever!</i><p>I focus my …

Bollywood

Ramón Masats: “He sido un robador de imágenes”

El fotógrafo, miembro de una generación irrepetible, repasa su trayectoria de medio siglo<p>Se abre la puerta y un hombre alto, corpulento, con pelo …

CABUQUEROS: MEMORIAS DEL AGUA / PERSONAL

Desert schools bloom in Sahrawi refugee camps – in pictures

Forty years after Morocco annexed the Western Sahara following the withdrawal of Spain’s forces, tens of thousands of Sahrawi refugees live in camps around Tindouf in Algeria, still waiting for a referendum to determine their status. But that has not dimmed their dedication to learning<p>Photographs: …

Ashokan

Trapped

face au silence (in the face of silence)

… Underneath the wooded volcanoes, the furrows of poor earth, the thick fog, the scent of damp clover, the cry of the crows, the entanglement of the …

France

Debunking the “Myth of the Decisive Moment”

When I started off in street photography, I believed in the “myth of the decisive moment”. What do I mean by that?<p>Well, when I first heard of “The …

Danube Revisited: The Inge Morath Truck Project

<b>Danube Revisited: The Inge Morath Truck Project is a photographic road trip and traveling exhibition. Nine female photographers will convert a truck</b> …

Danube Revisited

Design

i, Dublin street portraits - Photographs and text by Eamonn Doyle | LensCulture

The photographs that form <i>‘i’</i> gestated as I started to feel my way back into photography following a long break. Around that time I was re-discovering the work of Samuel Beckett, specifically the ‘Trilogy’ comprising the novels ‘Molloy’, ‘Malone Dies’ and ‘The Unnameable’. I began to be drawn …

Street Photography

Into Oblivion

Alzheimer’s disease in a “Protected Unit”, an observation of care within the geriatric institution.<p>“The issue is how society, including human …

Dementia

One Roll of Film

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Coming Soon

Coming Soon is an exploration of our visual relationship with the branded city centers and the commercial environment we live in. In recent years, a …

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