From the WordPress Daily Post. Since we’re doing photography, I thought I’d share this.
I don’t feel comfortable photographing strangers. I feel like it’s an invasion of their privacy. I prefer to photograph people I know, with their permission.
Photographers sharing their perspectives on street photography:
Jon Sanwell, Without An H
Shane Francescut, The Weekly Minute
Stephanie Dandan, Infinite Satori
Traveling in Southeast Asia
Joshi Daniel, Joshi Daniel Photography
Leanne Cole, Leanne Cole Photography
Stephen McLeod Blythe, All My Friends Are JPEGs
Donncha Ó Caoimh, In Photos
Last year, we published posts that touched on street photography: Russ Taylor shared his creative process on photographing people all over the world, and Dominic Stafford talked about documenting the streets of Southeast Asia.
But what is street photography? Over on Photo Theory, John Meehan writes:
What is striking about attempts to define “street photography” is the striking lack of consensus.
Very simply put, some people view street photography as an art form — a genre of documentary in which a photographer captures real life as…
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