"I had a cinematography job in Paris that summer which happened to coincide with France’s run to the World Cup Final. I love soccer (football) and was excited to sit with the Parisians and watch France play in the quarter finals with the plan of heading back to my hotel after the game,” he says. Luckily, Fletcher had his still camera with him (as he almost always does) and the excitement was building, but he didn’t yet sense what was about to unfold. He found a seat at a café, ordered a beer
"pursuit of the good can prevent you from being great." Sometimes the unexpected happens. I planned to photograph this pilgrim’s new tilak. Suddenly his friend stuck a hand in the frame; the picture completely changed. What do you think - is it better? When serendipity intervenes, go with it. I could have waited and resumed making the “perfect” picture I had in mind. By staying in the moment I think I got a better shot. I was taking a street portrait of this boy when, in the
"New York without New Yorkers is not New York anymore." What is your most memorable moment or image from the streets? I’m personally very touched when I see senior couples walking on the street. You can tell so much by just looking at them: the years they’ve spent together in this tough city, their matched style, even the way they touch one another tells a loving story without even hearing from them. That's sweet. What would you say you've learned from street photography in
At first, my perspective absorbed daily routine of people living in old Delhi and various parts of NCR. Those who are involved in waste management, street hawking, roadside food vendors, hustle and bustle and bustle of rush hours. From this I began to see the sheer contrast in the design of Old Delhi and other parts of NCR itself.
For the older generation, it is also a place of nostalgia for the times of their youth, when they danced to the "garmoshka" (free-reed wind instrument) and gramophone, when schoolchildren wore the same uniform, and adults received the same salary, with which they could buy the same things. Those times are gone, but in Russia there are still a lot of reminders of them - and the farther from big cities, the more. But such a concentration of the Soviet past, as in the «baraholka on Udelnaya”, you
Eating on the Go by Karl Dedolph A photo from Karl Dedolph's new project in progress, Food Parade. View on Website Hands by Irina Escoffery Hands on the rails of the spiral stairs look so funny. Each hand with its own character and temperament! View on Website Silent Procession, Queretaro, 2010 by Kip Harris On Good Friday during Santa Semana (Holy Week) in Queretaro, a silent vigil progresses along the public streets. View