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This is an advertisement for Sony's QX100 slickly packaged as a feature about Italian photographer Paola Mezzera. However, even if it's a commercial, there's still some value in checking it out. While I'm not going to rush out and buy one of these cameras, which are...

Street photographer Jason Martini: “You can just take it”

This is an interesting conversation between Jason Martini and Jaydine Sayer about privacy and street photography. Martini is a Chicago-based street photographer. Sayer is a freelance writer and editor. Martini on street photography: You wonder what everyone's story is and where they're going to -- and what kind of...

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Celebrating the Fourth of July

I did two things last weekend that I usually try to avoid: I went out shooting pictures in the midday sun and I wandered down to the National Mall on the Fourth of July. An overhead sun creates harsh light and nasty shadows. Who doesn't prefer the...

Street photographer Bruce Gilden is in your face

Street Hunters has an article about Bruce Gilden that really does a great job of dissecting the conflicted emotions that famous Magnum photographer can arouse in street photography circles. As the article's author, Andrew Swiegart, aptly puts it: "There doesn’t appear to be anyone on the fence. Love...

Street photography: Garry Winogrand’s legacy

[caption id="attachment_5991" align="alignnone" width="1381"] New York c. 1962 / Photo by Garry Winogrand[/caption] In 1974, famed photographer Garry Winogrand was lecturing at MIT when someone in the audience asked if he had a favorite place to take pictures. "Where I am." How do you get there? "I go." Winogrand may have been...