Activities around can make you aware of something. I take hours to watch what some people do on the green grass. Although what I got was a feeling of emptiness in
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I started this to capture the contrast between the film posters that dominate the streets with its all radiant glory and between those who live on streets.
Metro cities in India have a distinct characteristic – busy, chaotic and complex in nature – the skyscrapers, hoardings, the traffic and the crowd
Photography is my hobby and there is no boundary on the road. You can catch every moment if you want. Just go close to your subject and capture the moment.
I was grown up in Dhaka. Since childhood there lies a fascination for this city.Probably one of the main reasons of loving street photography is because I live in this
Montreal is a city where Canadians feel as foreigners and Europeans at home, an island where sometimes you feel yourself in a North American suburb, other times on a busy
São Paulo is the largest and most populous city of the southern hemisphere; it is also known as the Cidade da Garoa. The Garoa is a fine and quite invisible
Photography is my best excuse for not having a full-time job. It allows me to walk on the streets all the day, to loose myself in big cities, to meet
Street Theography, the conflict between the intimate nature of faith and the public… (photo essay by Kostya Smolyaninov)
In Casablanca, it is difficult to take pictures in the street. Somebody who walks with his camera over the shoulder raises the distrust and sometimes the aggressiveness of the passers-by.
he project Uncoded is concerned with the complexity: the complexity of cities, the complexity of signs to express it. It’s a project of street photography and a work in progress.
Nassan Nadim’s photographs show the impossibility to take pictures of a place full of meaning. Space and time, far from being opposed, interlink up to fusion