Our member Dimitri Mellos will be teaching an intensive and intimate street photography shooting workshop in New York City this coming June. Participants will receive guidance and inspiration in producing individual projects, with daily group review and editing sessions. The workshop will last for a full six days, and Dimitri will not only provide individualized guidance to each participant during the editing and critique sessions, but will also spend time on the street with every single participant, shooting together and helping students hone their skills and technique as street photographers. The focus will be on developing each student’s personal vision […]
Street Photographers members, Fabio Costa and Shin Noguchi, are finalists in the 2013 Urban Picnic Street Photography Competition. Their photographs, and those of the other finalists and winners, can be seen here: http://www.photographic-competition.com/2013-urban-picnic-street-photography-competition-finalists/ Fabio Costa Shin Nogushi
This is metaphorical visual narrative that borrows from reality, dreams and memories. Click here for more info
Street Photographers is pleased to announce that Gustavo Minas is the second prize winner in the 2013 International Street Photography Awards. His winning entry, and those of the other winners and runner ups , can be seen here : http://fotoura.com/competitions/international-street-photography-award-2013/
Like many of you, we love books. That’s why we’d like to share a list of our personal favorites. On the list you’ll find many well known books, along with other less well known gems. There’s already a lot to like, and as new discoveries are made, our list will surely grow.
Shin Noguchi is a freelance graphic designer and street photographer based in Kamakura and Tokyo, Japan. He describes his street photography as an attempt to capture extraordinary moments of excitement, beauty and humanism, among the flow of everyday life. Shin has a discreet, poetic and enigmatic approach that is sensitive to the subtleties and complexities of Japanese culture. (Click to view larger) “I couldn’t find a contact sheet explaining the background of the chosen shot as, in order to capture the decisive moment as it appears before me, I don’t often shoot continuously. So I’d like to show you a […]
Oi Futuro Rio de Janeiro From January 16, 2013 until March 24, 2013. More infos here : http://www.oifuturo.org.br