Posts Tagged ‘Street Photography’

Enrico Markus Essl: A Wider View

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Enrico Markus Essl was born in Linz, Austria in 1970. Growing up in Salzberg, he discovered a passion for photography that would metamorphose many times throughout his youth and ultimately land him in the world of street photography. He is currently based back in Linz and enjoys exploring the urban jungle to discover crucial moments [...]

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Ben Molina: Appropriately Untitled

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Ben Molina is a graphic designer currently based in the Bay Area in California. His work has been featured in several group shows and local publications in California. Currently, he is also part of a major street photography exhibition in Manila in the Philippines. In 2014, his “Now Here, Nowhere” slideshow was among those featured [...]

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Clarke Mackinnon: Pressing Pause on Edinburgh

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Clarke Mackinnon is a young, burgeoning photographer living in Edinburgh, Scotland where his main hobby is street photography. Using a Leica X1, he aims to capture Edinburgh’s atmosphere and history. Having learned about aperture and shutter speed from his father, Clarke now uses his knowledge to capture exacting images in black-and-white. In this interview Clarke [...]

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Dana Barsuhn: Experiencing the World with Street Photography

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Dana Barsuhn, born in 1976, is a Los Angeles based street photographer. Using his Leica M4, Dana’s work is mainly shot in black and white. He has been featured in several Los Angeles exhibitions and in 2011 created a PDF book of his street images as a personal diary titled “Framed.”  Eric Kim, a contributor to [...]

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Ming Thein: Leaving the Corporate World for the Streets of Kuala Lumpur

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Ming Thein is a commercial photographer from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia; he specialises in watches, architecture and food, and shares his knowledge through workshops and his photography blog. He spent many years in the corporate world – last serving as a senior director at a private equity firm and McDonalds  – before quitting to turn his passion into a career. He [...]

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Vicky Wragg: Freeze-Framing Little Moments

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Vicky Wragg, based in the United Kingdom, is a photography enthusiast with serious talent. She brings her images to life with colour and whimsy and is able to combine street photography and fine art into compelling images. Q: When did you first discover photography and become interested in it? A: My family has always had [...]

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Otto Schulze: The Wonder of The Streets

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As a photojournalist currently based in New York, Otto Schulze has photographed weddings all over the world, and his personal fine art documentary work has also been exhibited in numerous galleries worldwide. In 2008, Otto was named as one of the Top 15 fine art wedding photojournalists in the world by the AGWPJA, as well [...]

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Thomas Bönig: Following Up with the “Thomas does NYC” Project

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After a few glasses of wine and an animated discussion with his friends in a bistro, Thomas Bönig, an audacious young professional photographer from Germany, embarked upon a unique photographic project: capturing “decisive moments” in New York City with his Leica M9. This idea was based on specific suggestions made by respondents on Facebook and [...]

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Burn My Eye: An International Street Photography Collective


“Burn My Eye” is an international collective aiming to show the extraordinary within the ordinary using candid photography. They use a fresh and new perspective when it comes to street photography, and are comprised of twelve members from all over the globe. Burn My Eye will be holding their first exhibition at the prestigious London [...]

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f/Egor: R-E-S-P-E-C-T

Light and Shadow

I photograph people. On the streets and in public places, my eye and my camera keep a vigilant lookout for the little nuances that help define what it means to be human. Because of this somewhat curious behaviour, I’ve been cursed at, chased and threatened, yet I don’t resent when these street confrontations occur. They’re [...]

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Seconds2Real: The Formation of a Collective

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Guido Steenkamp is a member of the street photography collective Seconds2Real. Beginning initially as a Flickr group aimed at promoting street photography in both Germany and Austria, it has since grown from an online organization to a real-life collective with the first exhibition to be opened on October 14th in Berlin. Guido Steenkamp shares more [...]

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Josh White: Outsider and Inhabitant

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Josh White describes himself as a law student on extended vacation in Seoul. Throughout his journey in Korea, he is able to capture the fleeting moments of everyday lives of the inhabitants in a stark, realistic and profound way. Using his Leica M9, he is able to poetically juxtapose his subjects with their environment and [...]

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Eric Kim: Korean Street Photographer from Los Angeles

Together in the Rain © Eric Kim

Eric Kim is an international street photographer based in Los Angeles. He has traveled the world and shot in cities such as Paris, London, Venice, Florence, Prague and has even taught a street photography workshop in Beirut, Lebanon. He is a lover of black and white, and creates beautiful juxtapositions in his images. Not only [...]

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LOOK3 Guest Series: Peter Earl McCollough Takes on Street Photography

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This is the second guest post in the LOOK3 series in which Peter Earl McCollough documents his year working with the M9. You can read his first guest post published in January. The more I invest my energy and time into street photography, the more pronounced a certain question becomes. What is street photography? This is [...]

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