(Panasonic GF-1, 45mm, f2.8, 1/640, ISO 100)
Saarbrücken, April 2011
How do you define “Street Photography” apart from referring to a bunch of famous French photographers? I collected a number of my favorite videos on this topic.
The first one is a documentary about Eric Kim who shoots street photos in Los Angeles during his lunch breaks and maintains a quite popular website on street photography:
Next is one rather casual explanation of street photography in the typical style of the DigitalRev channel:
Jeff Mermelstein is a street photographer who manages to appear almost invisible while shooting:
… another extreme is Bruce Gilden who literally is “in your face”:
Afficionados of street photography, of course, would never confuse street photography with street portrait which is what Clay Enos’ work is about:
“Ungefähre Landschaft” (unformed or indeterminate landscape) is a recurring metaphor in novels and short stories of Swiss writer Peter Stamm.
Photos taken from a car window with manual (de)focus (both: KonicaMinolta 7D, 24mm, f2.8, ISO 100), December 2005.
This book’s title has an undercurrent of criminal energy …
I did this cover in 2009 for an anthology of short stories by a creative writing group (available here).
The cover photo was taken in Aix-en-Provence in June 2009 of a shop window of a bakery (Sony A-900, 135mm, f2.8, ISO 320).