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Street Photography By A Nobody

Unknown talent asking for critique.

No people

Summer of 2015. Lot’s of rain, cold and stormy weather. No one wants to sit at this lonely bench…

Dreamer

 The other day I was enjoying the early spring sun. A beautiful sunday, a little chill still in the air. You know, the first days of spring. Everybody gets a little crazy. The local icecream-maker didn’t know what happened. People were standing in line for over half an hour to get ice-cream. Others were enjoying the
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What Makes a Good Street Photograph? – Take it or Leave it with Bruce Gilden

Bruce Gilden is one of the Magnum Photographers. So, he knows what he’s talking about right? He has won  a Guggenheim Fellowship this past year and is known to be one of the badassest badasses in the business. He is a no-nonsense guy and Vice YouTube asked him to talk about photographs. In the second edition
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The World Atlas of Street Photography

source: blog.wsj.com Street photography has an irresistible allure, bringing out the voyeur in the viewer. A new book, “The World Atlas of Street Photography,” has pictures by 100 established and emerging photographers, working in more than 50 cities on five continents. Jackie Higgins, the author of the book, says for many people the term “street
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Quotes to work with

“Taking pictures is like fishing or writing. It’s getting out of the unknown that which resists and refuses to come to light” – Jean Gaumy

Jean Gaumy

Bevrijdingsfestival Overijssel 2013

Every year at May 5th people of the Netherlands celebrate freedom. In different cities musicfestivals are held. This one is in Zwolle, Overijssel, Netherlands See all the pictures at my Flickr-page

A winter with Gloria Cassens

Tribune photojournalist Nancy Stone documents a winter with Gloria Cassens, a streetphotographer who specializes in portraits of the homeless and others who are struggling. Cassens is the resident of a single room occupancy hotel in Chicago.  

Copenhagen

The other day I went to Copenhagen. Amongst a busy schedule of visiting friends and seeing the sites, I had a day off to do some serious streetphotography. And it payed off… Being out of the touristseason, the city belongs to the Danish again. Ofcourse there is an occasional tourist to be shot, but mostly
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Picked up by Fluidr

When checking my stats on Flickr, I was surprised by a sudden peak in visits. What happend? Did I win Worldpress or something? No, most certainly not. But what did happen? A little research and some reading through the comments I discovered one of my pics was picked up by Fluidr.com. The service that scavages
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Walking for water

Students in grades 7 and 8 of primary school in The Netherlands experience what their peers in developing countries must do to get drinking water: average 6 km walk with 6 liters of water. At the end, they drop the water in a tank, to see how much it is. Big fun, and a lot
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Joel Meyerowitz on Streetphotography

Streetcliche?

We often make fun of them, the Japanese. They travel around the world, do Europe in 10 days and take photo’s from everything, everyone and everywhere. Is it a cliché or the truth…

Finding Vivian Maier

Know your past, and you know who you are. Sometimes the past is hidden, but some lucky souls accidently uncover the past. Hoe lucky is this guy, he finds unknown work of Vivan Maier and decides to turn it into a documentary. How lucky are we that we can go watch this film…  

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