“I used to think that street photography was all about getting that one good shot, and getting a lot of “likes” on social media.
Street photography is about cleansing and easing your mind. Street photography is about enjoying your walks (slowly) with your camera in your hand. Street photography is all about finding the beauty in the natural world. Street photography is about the common, plain, and rugged.”
This is another great concept, too bad the in real life it probably wouldn’t work as well. A great idea nonetheless.
I think we can do a better job with photoshop… ;)
O mais interessante dessa “moda” é que as fotografias que todos reputamos icônicas não tinham (nem tem) “bokeh”
“In fact, the entire McLaren design ethos seems eerily emblematic of Apple. From the circular headquarters building to the sparkling white floors of the factory, it seems that McLaren is basically the car company that Apple would build if it started a car company from scratch.”
“This, of course, is the great power of photo-journalism; it serves first and foremost as a tool to create empathy in its viewer. Where the reported actions of a group, however well-intentioned, can quickly spiral into discord in newspaper reports, a photograph of one person reminds onlookers of their own compassion and clemency. What’s more, when it comes to protests, photographs printed in magazines and newspapers are fundamental to their political success – without some record or physical proof for the archive, mass uprisings can be quieted and the movement they represent remain impotent”https://www.magnumphotos.com/theory-and-practice/magnum-photographers-on-protest-photography/
Fomos, eu e Paula, a Cuzco em 2011. Oxalá eu conseguisse fotografar aquela cidade com um décimo que fosse da sensibilidade de Martin Chambi.
We’ve been, I and Paula, in Cuzco in 2011. I wish I could take pictures of that city with one tenth of Martin Chambi sensibility.