Pulitzer prize winning photojournalist and street photographer, Essdras Suarez, shares some incredible stories and insights on photography.
Robert Gerhardt photographs Myrtle Avenue, seeking evidence and counter-evidence of the claims of Henry Miller, who wrote a fictionalized account of his life in Brooklyn in the 1920s.
As a humanitarian photographer and filmmaker, it is my job to find characters in ordinary circumstances and bring them to life in an interesting way.
One of the essential elements of the photographer is his ability to document and so the questions: What is Hidden Harmony? And can photography demonstrate its existence?
I think street photography, for me, is about stealing from reality to create a new - and hopefully interesting - reality.
Jean-Philippe's view of urban beauty will have you taking a second look at your own town. Read on to learn about how to combine and compose light, architecture and human beings.
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