Street photography books

Between a memory and a dream by Alison McCauley

Between a memory and a dream by Alison McCauley

This is metaphorical visual narrative that borrows from reality, dreams and memories. Click here for more info

 
Street photography books you should have

Street photography books you should have

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.

 
On the grid by Alison McCauley

On the grid by Alison McCauley

“This book features the images from my award winning and widely exhibited and published series. This series was the focus of my attention from 2009 to 2011.” Click here for more info

 
The book !

The book !

www.street-photographers.com has finally launched a book and an ebook. A new reference of street photography.

 
2009 – 2011 by Gustavo Gomes

2009 – 2011 by Gustavo Gomes

A selection of 54 color photographs taken between 2009 and 2011 in Brazil, Mexico and Europe. Click here for more info

 
So Far So Close by Alfonso De Castro

So Far So Close by Alfonso De Castro

154 pages. Street photography, in color. China 2009. Mainly Beijing and major cities, but far from the most recent topics as well as the more obvious exotica. The daily life of the city with its peculiarities, its differenc es and similarities. All these photographs were shown in Photographic Space Can Baste, Barcelona. An international exhibition named also “So Far So Close. Contemporary Street Photography in China”, along with the work of other photographers Chinese, Keith Yeung, Chung Po Lung, Kit Yip and Dana Huang. All the photographers and photography were selected by the author Alfonso de Castro. Click here for […]