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Celebrating New York City's Streetball Culture

A portrait of point guard Jerron Love on June 05, 2015. Jerron and I spent a lot of time together, not only creating por<p>... VIEW MORE<p>Anthony …

Eastern State Penitentiary

Wonderfully Timeless Contemporary Photography (20 photos)

Croatia-born photographer Stanko Abadic finds beauty in simple moments. Shot in black and white, his street photography is characterized by strong contrasts of light and dark, his attention to geographic forms and his eye for long shadows.<p>What I love most about his photos (aside from the slightly …

Street Photography

Bihari, Stranded Pakistanis

Project info<p>Biharis are Urdu speaking Muslim migrated from Bihar province of India to East Pakistan which is now Bangladesh in 1947 at the time of The Great Partition. During the independence war in 1971 between East Pakistan and West Pakistan, they sided with West Pakistan army and opposed the …

Mario Macilau: The street child who became a top photographer

<b>Mario Macilau was 14 and living on the streets of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, when he got his hands on a camera. He taught himself to use it - and 12 years later he was holding a solo exhibition in Lisbon. Here he explains how he snapped his way out of poverty.</b><p>As a boy, I dreamed of becoming …

Action Movies

This Talented Street Photographer Spent Two Months at a Swimming Pool in Prague

Earlier this year, Czech Republic-based street photographer Rishabh Kaul was hired to document the Podoli Public Swimming Pool in Prague. Over the …

Shadows of the Gullah Geechee - Photographs and text by Pete Marovich | LensCulture

The Gullah Geechee people are direct descendants of enslaved Africans who were brought to America from West Africa.<p>When slavery was abolished in 1863, many plantation owners abandoned their property. The Gullah Geechee people of the Sea Islands settled, as freemen, onto the lands they had once …

COR WAS HERE

Project info<p>COR WAS HERE is a personal project devoted to the photographer Cor Jaring, curated by the long-time admirer and photographer Sander Troelstra, who is generations younger. Cor Jaring worked his way up from dockworker to internationally-famed photographer, and photographed life as an …

by the world forgot - Photographs by Christoph Lingg | LensCulture

A term like <i>indigenous peoples</i> is a dangerous one; it can come with a certain (heavy) set of expectations. In describing thousands of groups, scattered across the world, it can also flatten and generalize, rather than allowing us to focus on the singular experiences within each group. However, in …

When Eccentricity Reigned: Portraits From a Vanishing New York

Angel and Woman on Boardwalk, Brighton Beach, 1976<br>Arlene Gottfried<p>1 of 14<p>LightBox NewsletterSign up to receive the latest from TIME's photo editors. …

Five Tips to Help You Take Your Street Photography to the Next Level

The art of street photography can be an extremely rewarding experience for photographers who are looking to capture the current state of the human …

Street Photography

5 Tips for Shooting Better Photos of Your Kids

<i>Editor’s note: Elena Shumilova is a mother and photographer based in Russia who became a viral sensation online after sharing her remarkable photos</i> …

The Urbex Trend Took Over Instagram

Artists have started to explore new areas which are away from urban or industrial hubs, or areas which are abandoned. This trend is starting to gather momentum due to artist's search for places where they can show a different perspective. Find out who they are.<p>It's like Indiana Jones in Raiders of …

The Ferris Wheel Kids

Project info<p>Louis and Jan have always lived the carnival life. They travel from fairground to fairground with their Ferris wheel, living life in constant motion. This portrait series examines life between wheels, the family unit and the unshakeable bonds of brotherly love.<p>This is the beginning of a …

City Space: Street Photography as Psychological Art - Photographs and text by Clarissa Bonet | LensCulture

The urban space is striking. Its tall and mysterious buildings, crowds of anonymous people, an endless sea of concrete constantly intrigue me.<p><i>City Space</i> is an ongoing photographic exploration of the urban environment and my perception of it. I am interested in the physical space of the city and its …

A Couple of Things About Shanghai - Photographs by Ova Hamer | LensCulture

These photos show street scenes from contemporary Shanghai — unexpected glimmers into the back streets and patched-together architecture from Xiaonanmen, an old and vanishing area at the heart of Shanghai.<p>Also, be sure to check out more of his work — in color — on his photographer’s profile in …

Chickens

Cuba , "The Special Period"-1994-98

Crossing Latin America: People and the Street - Photographs and text by Raseljka Krnic | LensCulture

As a sociologist I was always interested in cultural differences. During the past year, I had opportunity to travel through Latin America for 9 months and to gain insight in many different forms of living. These photos are part of a series I made of the Latin American people. These photos were …

Photography

The Circuit

“Circuit, the<br>noun<br>Normally: being on circuit, being available for work as a messenger.<br>Can also mean the job in a wider sense eg. He’s been on circuit forever, since before bikes had round wheels”<br>Moving Target zine, May 2003<p>From 2001 until 2014 I worked a job I loved and hated. I was a cycle courier …

Terra Firma: Portrait of a Planet - Photographs by Richard Waite | LensCulture

<i>“To the complaint, 'There are no people in these photographs,' I respond, There are always two people: the photographer and the viewer.”</i><p><i>—Ansel Adams</i><p>For over 10 years, photographer Richard Waite has been traveling around the world, seeking out the most remote (and extraordinary) landscapes that the …

Belly of the Beast: A Inspiring Profile of Analog Street Photographer Markus Andersen

Here’s a nice dose of inspiration: above is a beautiful 16-minute mini-documentary that looks at the work of Sydney-based street photographer Markus …

Bronx Boys - Photographs by Stephen Shames | LensCulture

<i>My images reflect the feral vitality and hope of these young men. The interplay between good and evil, violence and love, chaos and family, is the theme, but this is not documentation. There is no story line. There is only a feeling.</i><p>—Stephen Shames<p>For over two decades, Stephen Shames injected …

Piruw - Photographs by Musuk Nolte and Leslie Searles | LensCulture

Reading about the origin of the word Peru, I remembered a legend I was told many years ago in Sydney. After Captain Cook had arrived on Australia's East Coast, during his trip to map the Oceania continent, he demanded, in unhesitating English, of a native man about the curious name of an animal …

A Glimpse at the Quiet Life of a Montana Rancher

<i>John Hoiland</i><p>For the last three years Cynthia Matty-Huber has photographed ranchers across the state of Montana. Fascinated by the rugged lifestyle …

Button Christmas Tree Crafts

It is the season of way too many boxes at our house. I do most my shopping online and the boxes add up quickly this time of year. I don’t mind …

DIY Retro Modern Holiday Pop Up Cards ⋆ Handmade Charlotte

Airbrushing always meant three things to me — corny license plate art, tourist t-shirts, and fake tans. The thought of buying an airbrush never once …

Crafting

DIY: Burlap Christmas Tree Skirt

I am not going to lie. Making this beautiful burlap DIY Christmas tree skirt involves sewing. But don’t be scared. I came up with an easy, no-fail, …