This post will probably sound harsh to some but it’s needed as street photography has a problem. It may be because of a so-called renaissance in street photography in the past few years or just the fact it’s become fashionable but the sheer number of terrible photos is quite impressive. It’s bad and the reason [...]
Have you every woken up to the touch of the cool summer breeze hitting the
deck of your sailboat? Have you ever woken up to the warm, Greek sun rays
hitting your face at six in the morning?
Currently Im in Greece; country number six of my twenty-country adventure
around Europe. To this date I have met so many interesting locals. Frankly
I didn't know who to start off writing this blog about. I could of easily
talked about the time I...
Nottinghamshire Police, in partnership with Nottingham Women’s Centre, has become the first force in the country to recognise misogyny as a hate crime.
The additional category will apply to a range of incidents reported to the police, from street harassment through to unwanted physical approaches.
Chief Constable Sue Fish said: “I’m delighted that we are leading the way towards tackling misogyny in all its forms. It’s a very important aspect of ...
In London at the National Portrait Gallery ending October 23rd 2016. He's not strictly a street photographer, but William Eggleston made art from the ordinary and inane - isn't that what we try to do?
Con bastante retaso, debo admitirlo (la última entrega la subí a la red en marzo), vamos con la sexta entrega de Street Potographer en 80s. En esta ocasión y tras la exitosa entrada sobre Ignasi Raventós, viajamos hasta el continente asiático para acercaros la obra de un joven y muy prometedor ...