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Concerts and Musicians
Photographs of concerts, listeners, or other subjects documenting the lives and careers of musicians.
monotonix by aurorademasi
Documentary and Editorial
Photographs taken to accompany an editorial piece or photographed in a documentary style including photo essays.
Pacific Ink Expo: Mandy Garcia by BreatheNakedDesalpes Saint Cergues-Suisse by damterFishing man 2 by fransiscaeve
Yenya by LindelCainephotography workshops by Art-de-Viantkayia man II by styvop
Woodstock 2012 13 by mr-kreciuVictory Day IV by MorkePhotographyReflection of a MASTERpiece by dukeofspade
30 dolar for life by erhanarikThe Charcoal People_one by lishko.:Levitation:. by sasonian37
Gypsies, Slovakia 2012 by roberttappert:thumb143676027:Say Haaaaaaaa by Toolbazar
Name recorder by NattygregoIn The Skin X by GPhoenixFate and Fortune: Gold miners of Itogon by rakabs
The Wartime Indoor Playground by lostshooterOn site or take away? 3 by LEQUARKHappiness? by Con-G-fan
Photojournalism - Daily Deviations December 2012
Tribe of Three Gorges - 2 by wildplacesWhen I was 18 by megrandyphotos
Breaking Barriers by tanikelStreet Tailor by kmetjurec
The man who talks to pigeons by Seb-Photos200,000 Monks by foureyes
Masters of Photography part VIGarry Winogrand (14 January 1928, New York City – 19 March 1984, Tijuana, Mexico) Winogrand was a street photographer known for his portrayal of American life in the early 1960s.
Winogrand studied painting at City College of New York and painting and photography at Columbia University in New York City in 1948. He also attended a photojournalism class at The New School for Social Research in New York City in 1951.
Many of his photographs depict the social issues of his time and in the role of media in shaping attitudes. He roamed the streets of New York with his 35mm Leica camera rapidly taking photographs using a prefocused wide angle lens. His pictures frequently appeared as if they were driven by the energy of the events he was witnessing. Winogrand's photographs of the Bronx Zoo and the Coney Island Aquarium made up his first book The Animals (1969), a collection of pictures that observes the connections between human
Masters of Photography part VIIIVivian Maier (February 1, 1926 – April 21, 2009) was an American amateur street photographer, who was born in New York, but grew up in France.
In 1951, at 25, Maier moved from France to New York, where she worked for some time in a sweatshop. She made her way to the Chicago area's North Shore in 1956 and became a nanny on and off for approximately 40 years, staying with one family for 14 of them. She was, in the accounts of the families for whom she worked, very private, spending her days off walking the streets of Chicago and taking photographs, most often with a Rolleiflex camera. During those years, she took more than 100,000 photographs, primarily of people and cityscapes in Chicago, although she traveled and photographed worldwide. Between 1959 and 1960, Maier traveled to and photographed in Los Angeles, Manila, Bangkok, Beijing, Egypt, Italy, and the American Southwest. Toward the end of her life, Maier may have been homeless for some ti
Recommended artists part XIII:iconSolarstones: Solarstones, Netherlands, Photojournal
:iconmetegursel: metegursel, Turkey, Street/Photojournal
See also: I http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-I-283306303 II http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-II-284296902 III http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-III-287560251 IV http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-IV-288994761 V http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-V-292752425 VI http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-VI-295531818 VII http://thestreetjournal.de
Photojournalism - Daily Deviations May 2012
Mover by =davidsant
hoehenflug by =Keischa-Assili
Chinook by ~JoostvanD
An Odd Couple by ~drifterManifesto
Meditation I by ~esee
Name recorder by ~Nattygrego
kutti nandhini by ~itsmejegan
Holi by ~Gisellenw
Skip The Use by ~gloubi
Power from Thunder by ~bjorntoday
Maori Haka by DougNZ
Maori Haka by *DougNZ
Intimidation, before the race. by smfoley
Intimidation, before the race. by ~smfoley
Say Haaaaaaaa by Toolbazar
Say Haaaaaaaa by ~Toolbazar
Duong Quoc DInh by duongquocdinh
Duong Quoc DInh by ~duongquocdinh
photography workshops by Art-de-Viant
photography workshops by ~Art-de-Viant
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Photojournalism - Daily Deviations January 2013
Alone in the Dark by HowNowVihaoThe Flying Horse by SteDreLa
Laotian Monk by drifterManifestoFire blower II by ehabm
Mursi by demi2004Bali by Hengki24
Recommended artists part XV:iconfabrizzialex: fabrizzialex, Italy, Street
:iconstringoiu: stringoiu, Italy, Street
See also: I http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-I-283306303 II http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-II-284296902 III http://thestreetjour
Inside the mind of a Street PhotographerWhat is a street photographer thinking while taking photos?
f8? f11? f16?
Is that 10 feet away?
Zone focus or hyper focus, that's the question
Aperture priority or shutter priority?
Look at that juxtaposition!
Look at that gorgeous a**! got to move closer!
Oh my god! she saw me and now she poses like a model!
Why is he winking at me?
When I told my girlfriend that the ideal length is 35mm, she stared at me and said "oh my god! this is TOO short!"
Great light! 100 ISO, f16, 1/125 sec.
FFS, it's getting dark and my ISO are so poor!
Oh-oh is that guy looking at me?
Dammit if only that man would move just a half step...there! stop! freeze!
Why do the most amazing scenes ALWAYS happen when my battery is dead?
Dammit I need a dog passing there. Where are the dogs when you need them?
Come on, move out of my frame you idiot!
Look at that symmetry!
Stop stop stop! please please please stay still a second!
God, my feet a
STREET RACK : Vol. 1Abrivadoby - 13-septembre
The cowboyby - PatrickMonnier
The Rubber Shooterby - sandas04
00273 by - NunoFigueira
LifeForms - Travel without movementby - Cwithe
Voyeurby - saintvinasse
obtuseby - lightdrafter
Shinzo Abe in Singaporeby - Timothy-Sim
Fillette FBKby - Brunomaru
5785by - Pixelrender
Crossesby - michaelaresphoto
Evolutionby - sethlamden
Let Me Out Of Here!by - PhotoColo
Fireby - sevron
Football matchby - Bagigi
Splashby - cedrus
Happy Chinese New Yearby - le
KiwilandEXTREME STREET PHOTOGRAPHY - VII
Are there places were street photography is impossible? Are there countries easier than others, or harder than others? How is it street shooting like in exotic places, or places you never visited, places that are completely different from what you are used to? I asked a few street photographers around the world to share with us their experiences.
This article was written for us by Doug Richards aka :iconDougNZ: from New Zealand.
Chuck Close, an American painter and photographer, said:
“I always thought that inspiration is for amateurs. The rest of us just show up and get to work. You sign onto a process and see where it takes you. You don't have to invent the wheel every day. Today you'll do what you did yesterday and tomorrow you'll do what you did today. Eventually you'll get somewhere. Every great idea I ever had grew out of work itself. If you’re going to wait a around for
Goodbye Street GalleryIn few days, a whole year will have passed since the day I took over dA's Street Gallery as Street Community Volunteer.
A neglected gallery, full of misplaced images, but also with many worthy submissions.
I visited this galllery everyday, cleaning it (the 24h and 1month popular pages) and informing the photographers of the misplaced images (every single one of them), what Street is all about.
At the same time, 3 days per week, I featured a worthy image as a Street Daily Deviation, taking in account your suggestions as well. The featured images were not necessarily the "best" of the featured deviants. My intention was not to feature "bests" but to draw the community's attention, to active Street photographers, both experienced and new to the genre, in order to boost their dedication to Street. I am content because a lot of times I succeeded.
During this year, a lot of people helped me with their suggestions and with working in Groups, promoting the genre and de
EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ON deviantART. Ed. APRILSunny greetings from Greece everyone!
For this month's feature I chose someone I admire for his talent, his mediterranean temperament and his emotional generosity, Doug Richards :iconDougNZ:
- Tell us a little about yourself.
- I’m the youngest of 14 children – 7 brothers and 7 sisters
I was born and still live in Auckland, New Zealand, though I spent years travelling and living abroad in the UK, Europe, Australia, Philippines and USA.
Last year I made a huge career change after decades of selling new houses to working as an Employment Broker helping to get the unemployed back into work – less than half the income for me but ten times the satisfaction.
Two kids – a boy and a girl. Two grandkids – a boy and a girl.
- How did your relationship with Photography begin and how has it developed through the years?
- I’m so old that I can remember taking photos of my brother with a Kodak Box Brownie. I
The Artist's Toolbox: Street Photography
This article is for the CR project 'The Artist's Toolbox'
Talking about an 'artist's toolbox' for street photography is simple and difficult at the same time.
It is simple because basically to take a street photograph all you need is a camera. Street photography is about seeing and reacting, you don't 'make' a photo but mostly you see, find, seize it.
It is difficult because street photographers bitch over everything and never agree. They argue about analog cameras against digital ones. Whether you’re required to look through the viewfinder when you shoot. If it is still a decisive moment if you can look at it in a LCD screen and retake it. They argue over which lenses are acceptable. Black and white or colors. Cropping or not cropping. And this only concerning the tools, let alone the definition of street photography itself
Anyway, since that nobody is sponsoring or paying me to advertise (unfortunately), I'll tell you that fo
Street, children, is a state of mindStreet, children, is a state of mind: what defines street photography is not the subject, but the 'forma mentis' of the photographer.
Street photography is a way to look at the ordinary and see the unusual in it, to look at everyday situations and find a decisive moment in them, to look at candid happenings and see iconic interactions between people and surroundings in them.
The iN-PUBLiC | Manifesto, one of the most representative sites about street photography in the world, states that "all the photographers featured there have been invited to show their work because they have the ability to see the unusual in the everyday life and to capture the moment".
The subject of a street photo is not necessarily interesting, unusual, unseen in itself, but its strenght comes from the NARRATIVE CONSTRUCTION that the photographer is able to create around the subject. The way the photographer presents it, his original point of view, his capacity to take subjects out of context and juxtapose unrel
Friday night Street specials v12.1
A weekly selection amongst the images I liked, while browsing the Street Gallery
and I think they deserve more attention.
Enjoy them, comment on them and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well.
If you like what you see, this article
so it can reach as many deviants as possible.
Have a nice weekend
Recommended artists part XII:iconomurde: omurde, Turkey, Photojournal
:iconkalemkar: kalemkar, Turkey, Street/Photojournal
See also: I http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-I-283306303 II http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-II-284296902 III http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-III-287560251 IV http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-IV-288994761 V http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-V-292752425 VI http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-VI-295531818 VII http://thestreetjournal.deviantart.com/journal/Recommended-artists-part-VII-298674549 VIII http://thestreetjournal.devi
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