In Your Own Words
The concept is quite simple really.
What I need you all to do is share your thoughts and your own philosophies regarding what you consider as Street Photography, in the comment box below.
Feel free to monologue, debate, rant, harangue, borrow quotes from the masters or even pick a few references from that popular Wikipedia page about Street Photography if it helps.
You don't have to be a Street Photographer to join in the discussion, but having a bit of know how on the subject will ensure smooth and successful turns in conversation.
Please note that this is your show, and I'm merely a silent observer. Though I may pop in mid-conversation should the urge to needlessly interfere overwhelm me, ha!
Weather this journal becomes a success or not will depend entirely upon you, your interactions with one another and the amount of feedback garnered.
If this works out, we can definitely look forward to seeing more journals like this one in the future.
It is my sincere hope that the discussions posted here would one day help contribute towards a better understanding of the art of Street Photography.
Here Are Your Questions:
Remember to keep your answers simple so they're easier to understand.
How would you, as a Street Photographer, define Street Photography?
What are your thoughts about the quality of work displayed in Street Photography dedicated DA groups that you're currently members/watchers of, and what can be done to further improve it?
these wonderful Street Photographs presented before you today.
Please do pay a visit to these wonderful artists and check out their other works as well.
Street Quote Of The Day:
~ Henri Cartier-Bresson
HAPPY VALENTINES DAY!!!
Also check out these great Street Photography groups on DeviantART: