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Interviews

The Sociology of the Camera: An Interview with ...
I was immediately drawn to Alberte’s work because his photographs are almost paintings – they are clean, simple, yet also visually rich and powerful. I like it when a street photographer can make good clean shots and show me just [...]

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An Obsession With The Close-up: An Interview Wi...
(Interview originally conducted in French) I love the work of Charles Petit and not only because it reminds me of my own work. Yes, we both have an obsession with the close-up. Yes, we both love to shoot stray hands [...]

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Jonathan Higbee

Jonathan Higbee and his street photography have been on the rise for the past few years.

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Juan Cristobal Cobo Brings Cinema to Street Pho...
Juan Cristobal Cobo was born in Cali, Colombia and moved to New York as a teenager. Following thirty years of work as a cinematographer and director, Juan found himself drawn to the still image. He particularly revels in the act [...]

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Five Decades of Making The Street Photograph: A...
Robert M Johnson’s street photography is some of the earliest street photography I remember, aside from the wildly famous stuff. I discovered his work early on and remember being fascinated by the nostalgia of it all. As Susan Sontag tells [...]

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The Woman Who Took Ginsberg’s Apartment: An Int...
New York photographer Sally Davies is a bit of an anomaly. She’s a woman in what many see as an overwhelmingly male “game” and, if that weren’t enough, she’s a street photographer too, well, sort of. That’s the other side [...]

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Expecting the Unexpected: An Interview with Spy...
Spyros Papaspyropoulos has been at street photography for several years now. His work, although constantly evolving, is solidly good work. I see a lot of Bruce Gilden, a hint of Roger Ballen, and even a dash of Robert Frank, from [...]

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An Interview With Stuart Paton
My dear friend, Jonathan Higbee, first brought Stuart Paton to my attention a couple weeks ago. In the days since I've become somewhat captivated with his images. Just take a look for yourself - ah, see, I told you. Great [...]

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TEN QUESTIONS FOR MARK COHEN World Exclusive
Ten Questions for Mark Cohen For StreetPhotography.com Exclusive  By Michael Ernest Sweet If you’re a street photographer and you don’t know of Mark Cohen, be a little bit ashamed. Just a smidge. He’s a true unique and immensely important to [...]

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10 Questions for Siegfried Hansen, Exclusive to...
In this article, I pose ten questions to renowned German street photographer Siegfried Hansen. Siegfried has been on my radar for several years now. We are both curators with the World Street Photography Organization, but I’m a fan too. I [...]

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