Jee Foong presents an overview of how he interprate street photography and what does it mean to me, at the same time giving an insight into what have driven me to capture these images.
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Analog Photography 4: Playing With Dirt
BY LULÚ DE PANBEHCHI
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Lulú De Panbehchi is back with round 4 of her analog photography. This time she is soaking her film in dirt and water before loading it into a toy (i.e. less expensive) camera. She then captures her part of the world in film and examines the results, reading life philosophies from the film.
What My Camera Taught Me About Life
BY REUBEN CHIN
@ VOL 1
ON NOV 01, 2014
By following his camera, award-winning photographer, Reuben Chin, learns more than how to point and shoot. He talks of seeing beauty in the ordinary; becoming engaged enough to seize life's fleeting moments and developing a healthy curiousity of how others see the world.
Street Fashion Blogging
BY CAMERON ADAMS
@ VOL 28
ON FEB 21, 2016
Cameron Adams, Vol. 18 alumni, is back to update us on street fashion blogging here in Atlanta. Most Atlanta-iens will know Cameron and his ninja-like ability to snap his fashion photos. Now, listen as Cameron describes his start in street fashion blogging, his inspiration, what he looks for, and how he makes his photographs!
Kenya Street Photography
BY JULIAN MANJAHI NJOROGE
@ VOL 8
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It's Gonna Be OK
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Passion for Photography
BY ED BROBERG
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 21, 2018
"Locations such as San Francisco, Maine, and the Palouse spark my creativity, providing opportunities to capture the landscape, street, fashion, sport, human, and animal photography. I find that the greatest reward of photography is the opportunity to share what I see with people, in hopes they look at the world in a different way."
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BY GORDON MEULEMAN
@ VOL 23
ON APR 18, 2018
Gordon Meuleman finds his work on the streets. Always active and unobtrusively alert, Gordon searches for the reasons of his fascination with humans.
The interactions, reactions and current zeitgeist, but also the traces we humans leave behind. His photographs suggest stories to the viewer, but will rarely reveal the real story completely. The interpretation of the viewer is as important in Gordon's work as the suggestions of stories in the same work.