Tag Archives: Street photographer

David © 2012 . All rights reserved.

David

Where: Corner of West 50th Street and 6th Avenue in Manhattan, New York, USA. When: Mid-August 2011. What: Photographer David Ruiz (http://david-ruiz.net/) met by chance in the streets of New York.

Kurt Rogers II © 2011 . All rights reserved.

Kurt Rogers II

Where: Corner of Grand Street and Bowery in Manhattan, New York, USA. When: Mid-November 2011. What: My friend and street photographer Kurt Rogers II (and also Leanne Staples hidden behind him )

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What does it take to make a good street photograph?

This article was originally posted on Eric Kim Street Photography blog. I am the author of the article and I reproduce it on my website with Eric Kim’s authorization. What does it take to make a good street photograph? Many, … Continue reading

Lower your perspective © 2011 . All rights reserved.

Lower your perspective

Where: Under the Franklin D. Roosevelt East River Drive in Manhattan, New York, USA. When: Mid-October 2011. What: A photographer taking a different point of view on its street photograhy.

Butch the Street Photographer © 2011 . All rights reserved.

Butch the Street Photographer

Where: Inside Colombus Park in Chinatown, Manhattan, New York, USA. When: Mid-October 2011. What: Fellow street photographer Clay Benskin during a photowalk in Chinatown.

Chris © 2011 . All rights reserved.

Chris

Where: On Riverside Drive, between West 79th and West 80th Streets, Manhattan, New York, USA. When: Mid-September 2011. What: Street photographer Chris Gachot during the New York City photo walk that he coorganized.

Staring contest © 2011 . All rights reserved.

Getting close. Does it really make you a better street photographer?

This article was originally posted on Eric Kim Street Photography blog. I am the author of the article and I reproduce it on my website with Eric Kim’s authorization. I am not an experienced street photographer. I started shooting street … Continue reading

“Out of necessity” – William Klein takes an amused look at his work

Yesterday I posted a video in which famous photographer William Klein was telling how he chooses his subjects and how he selects his best pictures on a contact sheet. Today, street photographer Chun Tong Chung from Amsterdam (visit his Flickr … Continue reading

What is in a photographer’s mind? William Klein explains his contact sheets

When looking at the pictures of another photographer, it is not always obvious to understand why he has chosen to capture a particular scene or why has decided not to show the picture he has taken one second before or … Continue reading

New York street photography with Jeff Mermelstein

Jeff Mermelstein is with no doubt one of the most brilliant street photographers of our times. A large part of his work is dedicated to the streets of New York City where he lives and works. He captures the spirit … Continue reading

Low angle from high angle © 2011 . All rights reserved.

Low angle from high angle

Where: Corner of West 50th Street and 6th Avenue in Manhattan, New York, USA. When: Mid-August 2011. What: Photographer David Ruiz (http://david-ruiz.net/) taking an instant photograph of the Radio City building (which he kindly gave to me).

POV street photography: on board with Eric Kim

If you are a bit aware of the street photography blogosphere, you probably already know Eric Kim (http://erickimphotography.com/). He is a young street photographer based in the Los Angeles area and taking pictures all around the world. Eric Kim is undoubtedly talented … Continue reading