::Weekly Street Photography-june 14th::

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::Weekly Street Photography-june 14th::
Jun 14, 2009

The Weekly Street Photography of sunday the fourteenth of june is here.

This week we don't have a week theme, so it is

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Anything Goes ! ------------------------------------------------------

this week.

Please, please don't be shy; show us your (recent) streetpics in this thread, and

show them as an answer to THIS post.

Underneath you can find the ::: HISTORICAL CORNER ::: where you can
post your personal favorites from masters of street photography of the past!

And below that is the ::: TECHNICAL CORNER ::: where you can post
technical tips and/or questions concerning streetphotography.

You can find the WSP Archives here:

http://forums.dpreview.com/forums/read.asp?forum=1029&message=32129361

Streetphotography isn't about architecture, but it is the art of
photographing people in the city as they interact with other people,
their surroundings or with YOU; the photographer.

There are many different ways and styles to do streetphotography.

You can use a long tele-lens and work as a sniper making sure people
won't notice you, or you can use a wide lens and engage with the people
you are capturing with your camera.

Streetphotography is a rewarding form of photography
where style and personality becomes a part of the picture.

Cartier-Bresson’s decisive moment comes when:

‘the picture in one glance says everything and says it in terms of design,
rhythm, pattern – every element in strong relationship with all the others…
Photography is a matter of visual geometry’.

I recall him telling me ‘Order and organization are the educated heart of a picture.

Margaret R. Weiss - Saturday Review – World, January 1974.
[cited in: “Creative Camera” May 1974, p. 148]

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