Picture of The Week by Peyman Pustduzan  New York Street Photography in the 70s & 80sThe 70s and 80s were must have been the El Dorado for Street Photographers in New York City. After "Everybody Street" and countless other short clips about...
Picture of The Week by Vincent Tremeau Interviewing Boston Street Photographer Kathryn RileyInstagramKathryn Riley might not be one of the most familiar names in Street Photography, but she definitely has a great eye and passion for Street Photography. The 22 year...
Street Photography is one of the fastest genres in existence. Milliseconds decide whether we get the shot or miss it. We don't have a second chance for a candid unique picture and have to get it right on the...
Picture of the Week by Sinan KilicMemorial GhostsTwo colleagues from the Berlin1020 - Martin Waltz and Roland Groebe collaborated for a series on the Memorial of the Murdered in Europe. Inside this installation they captured the burdensome atmosphere that represents...
What are differences between a good and a great picture or photographer? Does the better photographer see different things or does he see differently than the average guy with a camera? For the most part every photographer,  has the opportunity...
Picture of the Week by Gwen CoyneStorytelling Street Photography by Andrej Zwitter"Stories are sometimes subtle and covered by more prominent features, such as light or composition. Sometimes, however, stories are told very strongly, as with the famous picture V-J Day in...
Street Photography Mistakes you should avoid Always using the Manual Mode is a prominent Street Photography mistake One common misconception and Street Photography mistake is the belief that professional photographers always use the manual mode and therefore it is also useful...
Picture of the Week by Ando FuchsThe Uncertain Future of PhotojournalismAfter the all discussion of the state of photojournalism that also has been reinforced by the controversial World Press Photo Award here is another take on this topic.Photojournalism was Donald...
Picture of the Week by Alessandro BergaminiRarely Seen Photos of Japanese InternmentAt first glance, Dorothea Lange’s photographs of Japanese-Americans, taken in the early 1940s, appear to show ordinary activities. People wait patiently in lines. Children play. A woman makes artificial flowers....
Exploring Chefchaouen Chefchaouen, a small town in the north of Morocco is a little different than most villages. Arabian tradition meets a beautiful nature surrounded by mountains and meadows. The trip from the more popular city Fès takes around three...

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