Posts Tagged ‘‘street photography’

14
Dec
12

Thomas Leuthard : Street Photographer

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“This is Beirut… #24”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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“Peak…”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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“Caught…”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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“The Look…”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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“Untitled”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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“Let it snow…”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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“Leaving Yerevan…”
Thomas Leuthard
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2012
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I travel the World to witness life on the streets and to document it. For me this is a combination of two passions: Traveling & Photography. It’s not about cameras, settings and locations. It’s about the eye, the moment and having fun. I use an Olympus OM-D for all my photos…” Thomas Leuthard

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Thomas Leuthard : Website

Thomas Leuthard : 500px

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04
Dec
12

William Klein : “Painted Contact Sheets” Series

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“The idea for the colour and graphics comes from the red lines
photographers put around their choices on a contact sheet.” W.K.

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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
20 x 24″
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William Klein
‘painted contact’ series
silver gelatin print with paint,
24 x 20″
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Klein returned to still photography in the 1980’s, ever progressive and unrelenting in his approach. Revisiting his work to that date, he made large-scale blow-ups of his photographic contact sheets, revealing on an unparalleled scale the frames before and after the decisive image. Liberally applying gloss brush strokes in bold colours to these mural-sized prints, Klein brought together key elements from his long career: graphic form, composition and colour from the early murals and paintings juxtaposed with ground-breaking fashion and street photos, along with the narrative and bold visual language of his experimental films. A defining moment where his unique vision came full circle. – Extract

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William Klein + Daido Moriyama : Tate Modern – Exhibition

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23
Aug
12

yamasaki ko-ji : photography

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yamasaki ko-ji : flickr

yamasaki ko-ji : website

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13
Jul
12

Julien Legrand : “Blurry Souls” Series (Street Photography)

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‘Blurry Souls’ Series
Julien Legrand
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2012
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‘Blurry Souls’ Series
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‘Blurry Souls’ Series
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‘Blurry Souls’ Series
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‘Blurry Souls’ Series
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‘Blurry Souls’ Series
Julien Legrand
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2012
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Julien Legrand’s pictures explore the chance moments of everyday life, with a focus on pedestrians. For him, streets and public spaces are inexhaustible sources of inspiration. He always has a camera with him and takes pictures almost every day, anywhere, at any time. He operates spontaneously, instinctively, creating a visual record that does not seek to relate or denounce anything; he prefers to let the imagination run free. The idea of being suffocated by a repetitive and impersonal daily life frightens him, shooting the streets is his way of constantly keeping in touch with the world around him.

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Julien Legrand : Website

Julien Legrand : Photo Series 

Julien Legrand : Street Photographers

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30
Apr
12

Utopiste Adeuxballes : ‘Street Photography’

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Utopiste Adeuxballes : More Works

Utopiste Adeuxballes : Juste un Instant

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20
Apr
12

Paul Szynol : ‘Street Photography’ Series

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‘Natale Solum’ Series
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‘Thanks, Tokyo’ Series
Paul Szynol
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‘Here and There’ Series
Paul Szynol
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“I look for short stories; I think they’re everywhere. Then I frame them in a way that I think is visually interesting and compelling, both in terms of form and in terms of content. Lautreamont defined beauty as “the random meeting of an umbrella and a sewing machine on an operating room table.” I think that’s what makes a good photograph too — the random meeting of form and content, caught by the photographer in a way that tells a compelling story in a compelling way. That’s what I try to do in any case. Out of all the photos I’ve taken, I think I’ve only succeeded a handful of times, but that’s my objective anyway…” ~ [ Paul Szynol : Interview – Leica Camera Blog ]

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Paul Szynol : Website

Interview : Leica Camera Blog

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