A Guide to Street Photography: Gavin Harrison’s Smartphone Art. The third and final street photographer in this trilogy represents the unique process of developing his street photography creations. In this video, Gavin Harrison shows how capturing street photography is still about having a “great eye” for composition, as opposed to the devices use.
The accompanying link to the original article installment on street photographers in Engadget last week provides great insight to the work flow of Harrison, and also a listing of all the cellphone apps he uses to produce his works.
“Daily photos from the place I live, places I’ve lived, places I like and places I’ve travelled to. People, Candid Portraits, Street Photography, Landscapes, Architecture, Urban Scenes, famous and less famous Landmarks, and more.”
Welcome photography blog lovers to the 25th installment of “20 Awesome Photography Blogs”, where we showcase some of the most interesting photo blogs and talented photographers from great cities around the world. We also try to aim for a variety of photographic styles for your viewing pleasure. From our last stop in Vancouver BC, we head to Phoenix, Arizona. Continue reading →
Presenting her breathtaking street photography images alongside interviews with those who knew her best, Out of the Shadows is the first attempt to put Vivian Maier’s work in context and create a moving portrait of her as an artist. Though she created more than 10,000 negatives during her lifetime, only a few of them were ever seen by others. Continue reading →
Andrzej Pilichowski Ragno is a freelance photographer specializing in fine art black and white photography with a concentration on still life photography, nudes and street photography. Continue reading →
“I am Dr.Rajanna. I am a dentist and an amateur photographer. I would like to share my images with you. My interests are predominantly India, birds, snakes, environment and street photography. I live and work in India. My images Continue reading →