Posts Tagged: ‘street photography’

yamasaki ko-ji : photography

a selection of abstract, black and white, street photography…

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yamasaki ko-ji : photography

a selection of abstract, black and white, street photography…

Vivian Maier : “Shadows” (Photography Series)

Driven by her sequestered, private motivations, Vivian Maier captured our cities, suburbs and rural towns. A nanny for many years, herself childless, Maier revealed the beauties and complexities of domesticity. Her photographs demonstrate an intimate exploration of family life, as well as seemingly allegorical treatments of “home”

Vivian Maier : “Shadows” (Photography Series)

Driven by her sequestered, private motivations, Vivian Maier captured our cities, suburbs and rural towns. A nanny for many years, herself childless, Maier revealed the beauties and complexities of domesticity. Her photographs demonstrate an intimate exploration of family life, as well as seemingly allegorical treatments of “home”

Markus Hartel : ‘Subway Motion Study’ (Street Photography)

“What is street photography? A reflection of every day life – real, unaltered impressions of public places, places that everybody visits every day, the street where you live, the parking lot of your favorite grocery store, the subway. Street photographers document the truth – take candid pictures of things that you don’t notice in your daily grind. This involves attention to detail… attention to scenes, moments that you only recognize subconsciously.

Markus Hartel : ‘Subway Motion Study’ (Street Photography)

“What is street photography? A reflection of every day life – real, unaltered impressions of public places, places that everybody visits every day, the street where you live, the parking lot of your favorite grocery store, the subway. Street photographers document the truth – take candid pictures of things that you don’t notice in your daily grind. This involves attention to detail… attention to scenes, moments that you only recognize subconsciously.

Christophe Agou : Street Photography

Since the early 1990s, Christophe has been building a body of work that takes an allusive approach to the human condition, he’s noted for his intimate and personal documentary black and white and colour photographs. He’s extended his expression into making assemblages and short films, always working intuitively.

Christophe Agou : Street Photography

Since the early 1990s, Christophe has been building a body of work that takes an allusive approach to the human condition, he’s noted for his intimate and personal documentary black and white and colour photographs. He’s extended his expression into making assemblages and short films, always working intuitively.

Julien Legrand : Street Photography

“For several years, I’ve spent most of my free time wandering in the streets and watching what is happening around me, camera in hand, ready to shoot. What is interesting to me is the unscripted nature of everyday life, often more poetic than it appears when seen in a way.

Julien Legrand : Street Photography

“For several years, I’ve spent most of my free time wandering in the streets and watching what is happening around me, camera in hand, ready to shoot. What is interesting to me is the unscripted nature of everyday life, often more poetic than it appears when seen in a way.

Alexey Titarenko : “St. Petersburg” Series (Photography)

“Titarenko presents the city as mystical and eerie, a reflection of the many tragedies that occurred there throughout the 20th century. His key inspiration is not contemporary photographic practice, but rather music, and particularly that of Shostakovich. His black-and-white pictures allow for details that situate the scene in time and place. Many photographers have employed “blur”, but Titarenko applies it to street photography, transforming straight reportage into haunting poetry.” Barbara Pollack

Alexey Titarenko : “St. Petersburg” Series (Photography)

“Titarenko presents the city as mystical and eerie, a reflection of the many tragedies that occurred there throughout the 20th century. His key inspiration is not contemporary photographic practice, but rather music, and particularly that of Shostakovich. His black-and-white pictures allow for details that situate the scene in time and place. Many photographers have employed “blur”, but Titarenko applies it to street photography, transforming straight reportage into haunting poetry.” Barbara Pollack

Pierre Belhassen : Street Photography

a selection of black and white street photography…

Pierre Belhassen : Street Photography

a selection of black and white street photography…