street photography

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Seven Photographers Who Are Rewriting Street Photography's Rigid Rules

These photographers are finding new ways of making pictures in public space: some staged, some digitally altered, all with uninhibited grit.
Jon Feinstein
4.11.19
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This Photographer Captures Intimate NYC Street Encounters

Chase Hall's new book 'Milk and Honey II' celebrates raw portraiture.
Chase Hall
5.11.18
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Playful Photographs of Crazy Coincidences Found in Cities

The street photographer Pau Buscató​ spends seven hours a day searching for the funny moments that only happen when people are crammed together.
Beckett Mufson
4.16.18
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These Surreal Optical Illusions Will Change the Way You See Everyday Life

Photographer Jonathan Higbee injects magic into the mundanity of city life.
Pedro Camacho
2.28.18
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These Striking Photos Turn Everyday Life into an Elaborate Ballet

Photographer Elizabeth Bick's images capture the beauty and movement of banal moments.
Tara Wray
10.2.17
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Glitter, Wining and Sun: Notting Hill Carnival in Photos

Photographer Charlie Kwai went along to capture what he saw.
Charlie Kwai
8.29.17
Photography

Photos of Confused People at Traffic Lights

Melbourne photographer Dan Bryant captures people thinking they're in a private space.
VICE Staff
3.2.17
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Grim Photos of Gang Life in Brooklyn from the Early 2000s

The photographer known as Boogie has been documenting street life, gang violence, and crime in marginalized communities for two decades.
Seth Ferranti
12.3.16
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Vintage Photos of New York and Boston That Look Like 'Stills from a Horror Film'

These street photos by Richard Sandler are "also a love-letter. A love-letter to our world and everyone around us," writes Jonathan Ames in the photographer's new book 'The Eyes of the City.'
Richard Sandler; Text by Jonathan Ames
11.8.16
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Perfect Illusions on City Streets

Jesse Marlow always looks up at the right time.
Jesse Marlow
11.7.16
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Gritty Street Photos of Tokyo in the 70s and 80s

"When the last trains in Tokyo are gone, along with the businessmen and women, students, and the workers of restaurants and bars, Tokyo is deserted, and the 'other face of Tokyo' emerges," writes photographer Masatoshi Naito about his photo book.
Masotoshi Naito
10.16.16