When the photographer Giles Duley was 18 years old, he was given two presents by his godfather: a camera and a copy of Unreasonable Behaviour, Don McCullin’s autobiography about his life as a photojournalist
Bruce Gilden is talking of his own father, a ‘mafia-looking figure with pinky rings, thick hair, hats, big cigars’. His father was ‘a tough guy, a streetwise guy’ – a classic figure of the subterranean
With contributions from the likes of Martin Parr, Susan Meiselas and more of our generation's most esteemed image-makers, The Art of Street Photography is Magnum’s first-ever online photography course.
“My father began taking pictures when he was 13 years old,” says Jesi Kelley, “and, when we went to Jamaica in 1968, he went everywhere with his camera documenting the lives of the ordinary people we among.”
Viewing his photos as paintings, Chilean photographer Eduardo Asenjo Matus has a unique technique for capturing the spirit of his environment. Using a neutral density filter, he employs long exposures