Street Photography

April 26, 2018

Interview: Street Photographer Captures Diverse Commuters of the New York City Subway

New York-based photographer Luc Kordas first moved to the Big Apple in 2014 after living in six different cities throughout Europe. Since then, he’s never looked back and spends his time wondering the five boroughs, capturing the city’s unique energy and characters with his ongoing street photography series, New York Chronicles. Rendered in his distinct hazy, black and white style, Kordas is inspired by the timeless photography of the 19th century.

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April 5, 2018

Photographer Documents the Gritty Streets of Russia With an iPhone

Russian photographer Dmitry Markov‘s use of an iPhone was born of necessity. After his camera was stolen from his room at the orphanage where he was volunteering, his telephone served his creative needs. And from there, he hasn’t looked back. Now, he’s amassed over 200,000 followers on his Instagram account, where he documents life in small-town Russian.

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March 9, 2018

Street Photographer Captures Moments of Magic in Perfectly Timed Photos

Photographer Pau Buscató excels at being in the right place at the right time. For the last four years, he has focused his lens on the city streets, looking for illusions. His style of illusion photography highlights two (or more) otherwise everyday occurrences and makes them seem magical because they’re together. For instance, Buscató stands at just the right angle to capture moments when a dog’s snout aligns perfectly with a spigot or a man’s head disappears in a puff of smoke.

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February 2, 2018

Street Photographer Hunts Down Life’s Uncanny Coincidences

All street photographers are hunters in one way or another, seeking out the perfect moments in life to frame an exceptional image. Jonathan Higbee takes this to another level through his work, which is based on observational skills so sharp they expertly pull out the instances in which people and objects align perfectly.

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