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Photographer of the Day: Barbara Koester
Photographer of the Day: Ivan Rigamonti
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How To Take Photos Like Vivian Maier - youtube

How to take street photos like Vivian Maier

Anyone who has been interested and actively practicing street photography in the last two decades will have encountered the work of Vivian Maier. The enigmatic nanny who carried a camera everywhere has become one of the best known photography icons

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Street | Photographer: Barbara KoesterCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Barbara Koester

Category: Street Photographer: Barbara Koester Photo: “Mummer on the roof” I hope everyone had a great holiday — it certainly looks like this guy did. He is referred to as a mummer. The definition of a mummer is an actor

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Street | Photographer: Ivan RigamontiCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Ivan Rigamonti

Category: Street Photographer: Ivan Rigamonti Photo: “Station” This image by Ivan Rigamonti really popped out at me. It could be due to the contrast between red and black. Or the fact that the red thing in the pocket of her

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Street | Photographer: Martin BishopCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Martin Bishop

Category: Street Photographer: Martin Bishop Photo: “Frosty Morning on Armstrong Bridge” I really enjoy this image titled, “Frosty Morning on Armstrong Bridge” by Martin Bishop. The warmth and color tones are beautiful. I personally would have loved to seen a

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Street | Photographer: Thomas ClarkCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Street Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “Writing Wrongs” I love that you can’t see the subjects face in this image. It brings power an focus to the words. The angle of which this was shot makes it seem like this

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Street | Photographer: Steve StangerCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Steve Stanger

Category: Street Photographer: Steve Stanger Photo: “(walking) under construction” This image by Steve Stanger is proof that street photography doesn’t need to be complicated to tell a story. I can almost smell the musty New York street smell and hear

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Street | Photographer: Joel WilliamsCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Joel Williams

Category: Street Photographer: Joel Williams Photo: “Bad Fashion” My eyes instantly went to the reflection in the gentleman’s glasses in this photo. It is incredibly sharp. You can see so much detail about the audience and I really love that.

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How To Take Photos Like Vivian Maier - youtube

How to take street photos like Vivian Maier

Anyone who has been interested and actively practicing street photography in the last two decades will have encountered the work of Vivian Maier. The enigmatic nanny who carried a camera everywhere has become one of the best known photography icons

Read More
Street | Photographer: Barbara KoesterCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Barbara Koester

Category: Street Photographer: Barbara Koester Photo: “Mummer on the roof” I hope everyone had a great holiday — it certainly looks like this guy did. He is referred to as a mummer. The definition of a mummer is an actor

Read More
Street | Photographer: Ivan RigamontiCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Ivan Rigamonti

Category: Street Photographer: Ivan Rigamonti Photo: “Station” This image by Ivan Rigamonti really popped out at me. It could be due to the contrast between red and black. Or the fact that the red thing in the pocket of her

Read More
Street | Photographer: Martin BishopCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Martin Bishop

Category: Street Photographer: Martin Bishop Photo: “Frosty Morning on Armstrong Bridge” I really enjoy this image titled, “Frosty Morning on Armstrong Bridge” by Martin Bishop. The warmth and color tones are beautiful. I personally would have loved to seen a

Read More
Street | Photographer: Thomas ClarkCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Thomas Clark

Category: Street Photographer: Thomas Clark Photo: “Writing Wrongs” I love that you can’t see the subjects face in this image. It brings power an focus to the words. The angle of which this was shot makes it seem like this

Read More
Street | Photographer: Steve StangerCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Steve Stanger

Category: Street Photographer: Steve Stanger Photo: “(walking) under construction” This image by Steve Stanger is proof that street photography doesn’t need to be complicated to tell a story. I can almost smell the musty New York street smell and hear

Read More
Street | Photographer: Joel WilliamsCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Joel Williams

Category: Street Photographer: Joel Williams Photo: “Bad Fashion” My eyes instantly went to the reflection in the gentleman’s glasses in this photo. It is incredibly sharp. You can see so much detail about the audience and I really love that.

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Street | Photographer: Iain CairnsCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Iain Cairns

Category: Street Photographer: Iain Cairns Photo: “We all need a helping hand at sometime in our lives” I love this image by Iain Cairns the story it tells is powerful but I love what Iain said about it even more: “Thirsk

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Street | Photographer: Jean Pierre HazeeCurator: Erin Holmstead

Photographer of the Day: Jean Pierre Hazee

Category: Street Photographer: Jean Pierre Hazee Photo: “_DSC9321” How many Pepsi cans do you see in this image? I how that might sound crazy but it was the first thing I noticed in this image. I think it’s fascinating hearing

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