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A passionate humanist and documentary photographer, Luciano Checco was born in Aosta, Italy in 1954, moved to Singapore in 1992, and is now Vice President of a German company that supplies equipment to the oil and gas industry. This is the story of how he created a portfolio that exposes the exploitation and human misery that underlies the polished image of a country widely regarded as one of the most prosperous, well-ordered, and successful nati...
So it is time to announce the winner of the “Reflection” Theme Contest! The photo of the winner will be featured in our 2016 StreetHunters.net Calendar and will also be used as the Street Hunters Cover photo in all our Social Media channels during February!
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For the second edition of the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie (then called the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la Photographie), it was then-director of Magnum photos Agency François Hébel’s turn to serve as artistic advisor. Following winners Eric Prinvault and Henry Ray were Bertrand Desprez and Jean-François Campos, two French photographers. Today we’re looking back at Jean-François Campos’s award-winning Après la pluie and what has happened sin...
Spyros Papaspyropoulos is a Street Photographer from Greece. He shoots mostly in Rethymno in Crete where he currently lives and in Athens, the capital of Greece and his birthplace, where he spent the first 35 years of his life. He travels to Athens at least once a month for Street Photography. He is the founder of www.streethunters.net a free and extensive online Street Photography resource.
For the second edition of the Prix HSBC pour la Photographie (then called the Prix de la Fondation CCF pour la Photographie), it was then-director of Magnum photo Agency François Hébel’s turn to serve as artistic advisor. Following winners Eric Prinvault and Henry Ray were Bertrand Desprez and Jean-François Campos, two French photographers. Today we’re taking a look at Bertrand Desprez’s award-winning series Pour quelques étoiles and what has h...
I recently saw Sebastião Salgado’s “Genesis” exhibition in Toronto about a year ago, and was blown away by the body of work. It was the most ambitious project I had ever seen– essentially Salgado aimed to photograph the entire world. He photographed people, landscapes, and nature– and did so over 8 years and all around the globe. When I was in Mumbai (about 3–4 years ago) with my buddy Kaushal Parikh, I stumbled upon his book: “Workers” and was a...
My name is Mariel Miranda and I am a New York city based photographer. My two primary cameras of choice are a 45mm Olympus and my phone. Much of the images I am drawn to are set within city life so a certain level of discretion or preparedness that only my camera phone can equip me with is required.
The House of Guerlain presents an exhibition dedicated to the Little Black Dress, in collaboration with Jean-Luc Monterosso, Chinese photographer Liu Bolin and Gobelins, l’École de l’image. In a broad spectrum of distinctive images, Guerlain presents the vision held by a number of artists of this legend in the collective imagination.
BABYCAKES ROMERO is a street photographer dedicated to documenting the world around him, especially his hometown of London. He recently has gained quite a bit of popularity after posting his “Death of Conversation” gallery, which focused on smartphone use and the widening disconnect in human interactions.
“The Street Collective” is an international group of photographers, scattered throughout England, Israel, Sweden, Germany, India and The Netherlands.
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The Luis Valtueña Humanitarian Photography Award was given out a few weeks ago in Madrid. For the 18th edition, four photographers were selected for their work that shows us a reality we often refuse to see. Organized annually by the NGO Médecins du Monde, the topics reflect current events: immigration, the housing crisis, children’s rights and so on.
In this episode of ISO 400, we talk with Eric Kim. While he may need no introduction for some, he is an international street photographer and educator. He’s known for the Eric Kim Street Photography Blog, which has been a tremendous resource for anyone looking to get their start in street photography. Kim started the blog when he realized that there were hardly any resources for street photography.