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In-Public Workshops Monday 14 April 2014 In-Public is pleased to announce the beginning of an annual workshop series. We will be offering workshops in Paris, London & New York. Paris The first workshop will be held in Paris on the 6-8 June 2014.

Photoshop & Photography Techniques, News, Books, Reviews & More Jack Simon. Interview with co-winner of the first prize of the Street Photography Now Project (SPNP) Jack Simon: - What I really love is when I had no idea the photo was good and then get a pleasant surprise when I see it on a monitor. Perhaps my work helps me with an intuitive sense on the street, says Jack Simon, one of the two winners of the first prize of Street Photography Now Project SPNP. This interview with Jack has been done by email. Markus Hartel street photography blog With zone focusing can be a life-saver between the decisive moment and a hit-and-miss-shot – toss the autofocus camera and get a manual lens instead… Zone focusing is pretty straightforward, the photographer simply uses the DOF (Depth Of Field) effect to have the desired object(s) at working distance in focus. Zone focussing comes in handy, when there is no time to fiddle with the camera controls, or when the photographer wants to be extra unconspicious – without using the viewfinder to focus (aka. shooting from the hip). Once you know what an f-stop is, and how to set it on your camera, you’re good to go.

ESchon Photo de rue Un-Posed Marcin Plonka - ZŁAMANE OBIETNICE w nowym numerze doc!a 1 March 2014 Nowy 20 numer doc! photo magazine! Digital Camera Reviews and News IPA Street Photography Contest – 1st April to 1st June ’11 Invisible Ph t grapher Asia celebrates their 1st anniversary in April 2011. To mark this anniversary milestone, we are hosting our first Street Photography Contest. This contest is a celebration, a challenge, and a search for the best street photography and photographers in Asia. The contest is open and free to photographers of any level, and in any country of residence.

Danny Santos II - Street Photographer in Singapore nick turpin on street photography » The Best Street Photograph Ever The Best Street Photograph Ever Although we may all have favourite Street Photographers they may not always be the author of our favourite Street Photograph. It might be a revealing exercise to suggest and vote up or down single Street Photographs to see which images bubble to the top and which images fall to the bottom. In this way we might get a sense of the popular opinion on what qualities might be inherent in ‘The Best Street Photograph Ever’. This is a bit of fun but at very least it should make for the creation of a fascinating collection of Street Photographs. Please feel free to take part, vote images up or down and upload those you think should be included from any era and any Street Photographer.

Street Gang - What makes a good photograph? By Felix Lupa Am I entitled to express my opinion? A remarkable photograph must be a personal, visual report of the subject. The Five Levels Of Street Photography Searching for a better editing process Editing is the hardest part of street photography. It is harder than being confronted by strangers or getting lost in the bad part of town or trying to focus manually with the Fuji X100. Just to clarify, for the purposes of this post, when I say editing I am referring to the process of selecting the images that “make the cut” and discarding the ones that don’t.

The Death of Street Photography (and what you can do to stop it) Lately on the web, there has been a ton of buzz about the phobia that people are having about street photographers. We have been called creepers, pedophiles, and even in some cases, terrorists (as the TSA would like the public to think). Is all this anti-photographer sentiment leading to the death of street photography as we know it? At first I didn’t really think much about the fanaticism that the American public was having with street photography. Sure, there has been several articles on the web that denounced street photographers, but none of those articles really hit any of the mainstream sites.

AS MELHORES FOTOS ONLINE Fineart21 Sign up for Free now! Login Reality Remade – Regina van der kloet – The Eye of the Beholder Photographer: Regina van der kloet Description: With this project I want to embark on a journey where everything I shoot is determined by what I have shot before it. I will keep my eyes open for reoccurring moments revealing themselves in daily life.

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