The Street Journal: Best of May The Kiss by sandas04Fish out of water by ZiaulKareem 1 by sevilalkanPelea de perros by AriCaFoix pussy walk by lightdrafterA family by mariomencacci.:behind the scenes :: ballet:. by StillesWasser Dog for sale by PatrickMonnier
The Street Journal: Best of April HBF 2014 by KennethLehtinenkuchareczki by nicoella Street ninja by veftenietough life by lightdrafter Linkage by MARX77Instant 3010 by SUDORAnytime smokin' cigarette 17 by taujp Ball of wax by Levantera
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
The Street Journal: Best of JanuaryToday we have a small anniversary - Two years of the group. Thanks to all of you who participate in this group and share their works with us!Especially thanks to JACAC and batmantoo for helping me with group. <very very small font> Also thank you all for rights to your photographs transferred to us while submitting photos to our group. All pictures are selling well! </very very small font>... Just kidding.
Recommended artists part XIV:iconjoetlchan: joetlchan, Hong Kong, Photojournal:iconHowNowVihao: HowNowVihao, United States, PhotojournalSee 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 htt
Masters of Photography part IXTomasz Gudzowaty was born in Poland in 1971. He obtained a degree in law at the University of Warsaw. Among his interests are humanistic photography and the classic form of the black and white photo-essay. He began with nature photography and then turned to social documentary and for the last few years he has been focusing on sports photography. He is particularly interested in non-commercial sports, and also those that are not present in the media, sports that are exotic, atypical or somehow outside the mainstream. His photos have been published in Max Magazine, L’Equipe, The Guardian, Newsweek, Forbes, Time and Photo and he is also the author of several albums. He is a multiple winner of the most important photography contests, among others the World Press Photo, Pictures of the Year, NPPA Best of Photojournalism. He cooperates with Focus Fotoagentur in Hamburg and Warsaw’s Yours Gallery.Check also his website:
doc! photo magazineDownload PDF Read Archivedoc! photo magazine is a monthly web magazine devoted to photography. Although it focuses on documentary photography, in particular on photo stories, doc! also presents other forms of photographic expression. doc! photo magazine is being created for all photography-lovers and thanks to them. Therefore, works of well-known and reputed artists are presented in the magazine, alongside works of those who are taking their first steps in their passion for photography.doc! photo magazine promotes photography as universal ground for interpersonal communication.Its fourth issue includes following artists: Knut Skjærven, Luc Kordas, Piotr Szymczak, Bartosz Skowro
The Street Journal: Best of February *** by stringoiuMickey man by Elerko Untitled by michaelaresphoto--- by DinoKose I'm here! by ZiaulKareemjapanese wedding at Meiji Shrine by ChristianRudatWomen in Rain by sandas04 No Parking by Nattygrego
Recommended artists part XIX:iconpavboq: pavboq, Poland, Street photographer :iconMirkoArganese: Elerko, Italy , Street photographer 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.
Of street photography and balletProbably the silliest article I've ever written. Or just an excuse for a feature. Descriptions are freely taken from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_balletPremière position of street shooting:Through a viewfinder or LCDSeconde position of street shooting: Hipshot:Raise your arms to the side. Keep your arms slightly rounded. Lower your elbows slightly below your shoulders. Make sure your wrists are lower than your elbows. Keep your shoulders down, your neck long and your chin up. Pirouette à la secondeOr framing sideways with a tiltable screen:À la seconde usually means a movement done to the side such as a 'tendu', 'glisse' or 'grand battement à la seconde'. A technically challenging type of turn is pirouette à la seconde, where the ph
Slow PhotoI've read in facebook the Manifesto of Slow Photography Project https://www.facebook.com/slowphotoproject written by Diego Mormorio. I found it very interesting and so much in accordance with the way I am feeling toward photography these days.I'd love to hear your opinion on it...here is the english translation of the italian text:Slow Photo is a way of living photography. Of considering it passion and fun, not separated from awareness and responsibility. As much as Slow Food doesn't mean eating slowly but eating well - with no rush, good, clean food, natural in the way it is produced, and with the goal of a less intensive machine farming - Slow Photo doesn't mean photographing slowly but photographing consciously. It means living photography as aesthetic experience and at the same time as a mental process and cultural commitment against consumerism. It is both a personal path and a civil statement.Slow Photo is enjoying photography without b
EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ON dA ed. FEBRUARYfrom "Queen of Silhouettes" to "The Girl with the Pearl Earring"Hello everybody,this month we are together with wonderful photographer Iryna :iconIFedorovskaya:. In her galleries you will discover the magic of the light and admire how smoothly she handles it.-Tell us a little about yourself.Hello everybody and thank you for all your tremendous support and kindness you gave me here, on deviantart. I was born in Ukraine 40 years ago in family of professional musicians. Everybody, not only my mom and dad, uncles, aunts, cousins, my two stepfathers play or played instruments... Of course, I had no choice but to play piano. But then tradition was broken, I graduated from State Economics University. Worked as accountant for only 2 months (too boring). Then I was a DJ, host of couple shows on local radio station, political journalist. On weekends I
Be Glad"Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face" by Jack PrelutskyBe glad your nose is on your face,not pasted on some other place,for if it were where it is not,you might dislike your nose a lot.Imagine if your precious nosewere sandwiched in between your toes,that clearly would not be a treat,for you'd be forced to smell your feet.Your nose would be a source of dreadwere it attached atop your head,it soon would drive you to despair,forever tickled by your hair.W
Friday night Specials v2.1image by wchildIf you like what you see, this article so it can reach as many deviants as possible.A weekly selection amongst the images I liked, while browsing the Street Galleryand I think they deserve more attention. Enjoy them, comment on them and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well.Have a nice weekend.
P E R C E P T I O NUntitledby - FriutzI will buy you one!by -ZiaulKareemthe ol' joggerby - GwangelinhaelTired by - aaroffyTiltby - mariomencaccidifferent perspective by - lightdrafterBuilding Relationshipby - JinngerMarket Street 21by - rgplusXmas11by - ggrranpa
Friday night Specials v7.1If you like what you see, this article so it can reach as many deviants as possible.A weekly selection amongst the images I liked, while browsing the Street Galleryand I think they deserve more attention. Enjoy them, comment on them and remember to visit the photographers' galleries as well.Have a nice weekend! :iconwingsplz:
EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS ON DEVIANTART Ed. DEC.:iconThePeopleAvenue:TPA presents talented photographers who talk about themselves and their relationship with Photography.This month we are interviewing a multidimensional artist, Batsceba Hardy:iconBatsceba:Tell us a little bit about yourself.I'm Italian, currently living in Berlin, whose skies I'm chasing among the clouds; but I could be anywhere.I write stories in images and tell visions in words. What remains is superfluous, in Wittgenstein terms, including my secret background. I call myself craftsman of the Irreality, I live and will only live ‘in’ the net.How did your relationship with Photography begin and how has it developed through the years?It began when I picked up an Olympus Om2. It was very soon. I got the chance to play with acids and create rayograph. I love Polaroid too.I have always focused on details. The time that passed. My body. Then, when I arrived in Berlin I started taking pictures of the city and its inhabitants, I mean the city li
Street DDs December 2013 + News :iconThe-Yard-collective: is hosting monthly street photography challenges. I hope you will take part to them and enjoy yourself. January's theme is 'Reflections'. You can enter as many photos as you wish, old and new ones. New ones are highly encouraged. Images will be automatically approved and uploaded to a favorite folder and every month the most interesting, representative, original ones will be featured and moved to our featured folder. In our hopes the challenges can be a spur to go out and take photos, a way to prove yourself and your skills, and of course share and promote your photos.http://the-yard-collective.deviantart.com/blog/ Please check out :iconeyalbin: new website http://www.eyalbinehaker.comEyal's photos are brilliant, sharp, inspiring and surprising. Show him some support.
Street and the CityEXTREME STREET PHOTOGRAPHY - II 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 :iconPhotoColo:Disclaimer: All the views expressed here are mine and are not necessarily representative of other photographers, or reality. If I offend anyone, I apologize.When Mary asked me two write a journal entry about street photography, I immediately accepted and was honored. After replying and accepting her offer, I wondered what I had just accepted. Me? Talking about what it's like to do street? What do I know? And if you happened to read one of my journal entries (When things go wrong http://photocolo.deviantart.com/journal/When-Things-G
A WEEK IN STREET [14/2014]Give these gems all the 's they deserve!Holding hands by PatrickMonnierFrame by simonacaprianiOld Ladies, Moving Fast With Branches 1 by VermontsterAnd remember the April Monthly Challenge at the YARD! :iconkillitwithfire::iconomg--plz::iconkillthatwithfire:
The Yard Collective EditorialHello, dear Members, Watchers and bystanders. This Journal is an Editorial, general one. Lots of words, few pixels. But, if your bare with me it will (probably) make sense. Long is the list of Journals and notes about street photography, definitions, tendencies, and all that philosophy that comes with the genre we came to love. But, as a community, street photographers are in part forgetting to go through the ABC periodically, so that newcomers and enthusiasts can feel comfortable and empowered to taste this misunderstood part of photography. So, with a surprise unveiled somewhere below, let’s start going through the ABC (I’ll be needing your important input as comment too), like that part in the end of the camera’s user guide : “Camera doesn’t shot>Turn it on; Camera doesn’t work>Check your batteries for charge.” Maint
Photojournalism / Street / Urban and RuralIf you like what you read, please this article so it reaches more deviants. Thank you. Our folders are waiting for your submissions. Take a look at our Gallery http://thepeopleavenue.deviantart.com/gallery/ Share your art with us! Our selections from the Photojournalism – Street – Urban and Rural Gallery red hot by lightdrafterMonsoon magic by praveenchettriNew ancient pavilion by CHAOKUNWANG Abstract and Real by ZiaulKareemSigns by IFedorovskayaAnd don't forget! A STREET PHOTOGRAPHY EVENT!:thumb362420341:
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