- “If your pictures aren’t GOOD enough, you’re not CLOSE enough” – Robert Capa
Tôi thích chụp street, đặc biệt với dải tiêu cự trong khoảng từ 24mm đến 35mm. 1,835 more words
Helen Levitt (1913 – 2009) was an American photographer who worked mostly as a street photographer.
As you look at her images, you see ordinary people on the streets of New York with the exception of few posed photos where the sitters are looking straight into the camera, but in most of them people unaware of being photographed, or it appears that way. 292 more words
FOAM Blog reposting #1 (this is a reposting of an essay that originally appeared on the FOAM online site. Images coming soon as will more essays in this series) 869 more words
Vivian Maier’s East 108th Street is typical of her earlier work representing the optimism of 1950’s America, describing a vibrant, positive and potentially romanticised image of urban America. 1,958 more words
If we restrict ourselves to the perspectives of philosophers such as Barthes, Sontag or Berger our reading of photography runs the risk of becoming formulaic where we stop looking at the photograph in our concentrated search for the signs or socio-political messages it contains. 1,899 more words