Fine Art Photography Magazine
ALEX LEVAC LEE JEFFRIES GABI BEN AVRAHAM OHAD MATALON MARIUS VIETH TOMER MONTILIA ORNA NAOR YONI BLAU ARKADI RASKIN LUIS CURIEL
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TABLE OF CONTENTS8/ About street photography 14/ The Subgenres Of Street Photography 18/ 10 tips for street photography 20/ An Interview with Gabi Ben Avraham 44/ Lee Jeffries- Portraits of the Homeless 62/ An Interview with Alex Levac 84/ Photography around the world - Yoni Blau 112/ Most Influential - Henri Cartier Bresson 126/ The Zone - Ohad Matalon 142/ The story of Marius Vieth 160/ Tomer Montilia 180/ Orna Naor 198/ The Discovered Work Of Vivian Maier 214/ An Interview With Arkadi Raskin 230/ Luis Curiel 244/ The Street Collective
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Street photography uses the raw approach of straight photography from which derives. Street photography is unstaged photography a challenge of the photographer with himself, an attitude, A state of mind. Street photography is A reflection of everyday life through the eye of a photographer able to document the ordinary capturing the decisive Moment, or what others don't see.
To give a comprehensive definition of street photography is not easy.
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You might begin By saying that it is A photographic genre, more precisely a kind of reportage. Street photography is indeed A snapshot of urban life on the street observed in his everyday life And in all its aspects: the irony tragedy unpredictability cruelty and even beauty. The images of this photographic genre are the mirror of society the people who compose it, captured during the life of every day somewhere keen eye for the nuances of the human comedy that is taking place in public spaces. Being a street photographer means being in tune with life, perceive the moods, smells, colors, live it with intensity and then try to represent it only after it has absorbed. Henri Cartier-Bresson, who with his images has contributed to the rise of street photography, said that through the lens to capture the decisive moments of life it is necessary to equate the mind, eye and heart. An attitude that, according to the words of the famous photographer, requires readiness, discipline, sensitivity and geometric sense. This Article is part of the excellent e-Book : Street Photography written By Alex Coghe
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The Subgenres Of Street Photography By Alex Coghe From the excellent e-Book : Street Photography
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HUMAN IN GEOMETRY The geometry is very important in photography for the construction of composition, and street photography is no exception. Street Photography is to describe the human condition and the story can come from human figures placed in a geometric context.
JUXTAPOSITION One of the great classic things about street photography is the way two or more curiously complementary elements can find themselves in juxtaposition.
IRONIC If it's true that street photography is capture a moment often we can find things within the scope of their shots that are ironic or funny.
LIFE SHOTS Life and the human condition as they are, and how you can meet in any environment, even at home. Human scenarios, once again, but different by street photographs aesthetic. Only one condition: to met a genuine reality without substantial manipulation by the photographer.
LIGHTS AND SHADOWSThis branch of street photography makes the search for the light and shadows its focal point. Shafts of light and opaque shadows are a mesmerising presence in street photography and exploring those subjects opens up your images to myriad creative
possibilities. The result of this research produces often dramatic and powerful images. HARDCORE STREET PHOTOGRAPHY The hardcore aesthetic would deserve a separate post. The Flickr group Hardcore Street Photography , known for its ruthless rejection of much of the work submitted to it, could represent a good start to know better this subgenre.
EYE CONTACT Another controversial issue. I was talking about this to one of my students. In some photographic manuals tell you to avoid in a candid picture that the person look at you. But sometimes just this can make an image powerful and outstanding.
CANDID PORTRAITS Some people consider this kind not belonging to street photography. But i would remind to these purists that the candid portraits to be defined as such must be spontaneous, unplanned. Many use short lenses, but it is not uncommon for those who are specialized in this kind also use a lens as a 85mm fixed.
By Alex Coghe This Article is part of the excellent e-Book : Street Photography
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1 . Take risks, take diff icult
photos, take many photos.
3. Know your l ight, know your
camera, know your focal length
2. Think before you take portraits.
4. See the photo before you raise your camera.
StreetPhotography5. Seek or create clean backgrounds.
6. Look 3 meters and further away, anticipate with your feet.
7. Shoot what is interesting irrespective of the place.
8. Dont get in each
others photos. Dont
take the same photo as