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Sergio Burns is an Author & a Senior writer for AM, a widely published Journalist in The Mail On Sunday, Contemporary, The Sunday Herald,
Blueprint, The New Entertainer (Spain), In These Times (USA), Austin Chronicles(USA), Whitewall(USA) & Sprudge (USA) to name a few.

Sergio Loves Photography & as a Street Photographer, believes Street Photography is the most dynamic & exiting art form on the planet!

Interviews

Back To Street Photography’s Future: Bren...
We can't see the subject's face, obscured by flowing brown-cum-maroon hair (to match her boots?) as she stands back to wall looking down, glued to her smartphone. A self-consciously symmetrical photo of a fashionista, of sorts, in sawn-off denim and, [...]

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The Beautiful Game Of Trainspotting For Street ...
Remember Trainspotting? The original 1996 version, not the nostalgia-ridden backslapping of the recent reunion - 2017. Renton (played by Ewan McGregor) and Spud (Ewen Bremner) running up Princes Street, Edinburgh, pursued by security guards. Moving from Princes Street to Calton Road, [...]

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LIGHT, SHADOW AND THE SURREAL: THE ART OF A TEL...
He presents his art, street photography, as a slight, though perceptible, indentation in cosmic time. A ripple of inspiration, an unexpected occurrence, a juxtaposition, a contradiction or irony, snapped in a fleeting microsecond. The object, dappled in light and shadow, [...]

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Street Photography: The Art of Johnny Mobasher
She turns, mouth agape, surprised in the process of taking a photograph of herself, while, simultaneously, an image is taken of her by an out-of-frame photographer. The shades-wearing woman turning surprised toward the image-taker like a startled hare caught in [...]

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CALL IT ELECTRICNESS: THE CAREFULLY CONSIDERED ...
Call it 'electricness' – an architectural know how, a sense of light, shadows, colours, black and white, graffiti, images. In Hakim Boulouiz' Wax Dolls, an award winning series of photographs, a man glances down the camera lens, behind, we see [...]

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IN SMARTPHONIA : THE NEW WORLD OF STREET PHOTOG...
Like something from a cyberpunk novel, 30 per cent of us now shuffle around our homes in the middle of the night checking our smartphones for messages (Deloitte Global Mobile Survey 2016). In the UK, that means 21 million (USA [...]

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POSITIVELY JONES STREET: DON HUNSTEIN, BOB DYLA...
On a bitterly cold day, February 1963, a singer/songwriter and his girlfriend come walking down Jones Street toward 4th West Street, West Village, New York. Music echoes in their footsteps: How many roads must a man... On either side of [...]

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John Free : Los Angeles railhead and the legend...
The hollowed-out eyes stare out, haunting and lost. Their faces show pain, restlessness and a certain world weariness, these paradoxical rail Transients. Glassy-eyed urchins of no fixed abode, riding freight trains to nowhere, 'gridding' across the United States. A slice [...]

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Richard Sandler, street photography and the eye...
In the gloomy tunnels of the New York Underground, a woman in dark glasses stares out from her carriage and straight down the lens of street photographer Richard Sandler's Leica. Faster than the blink of an eye Sandler depresses the [...]

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Of childhood and life : the photography of Oliv...
Childhood is a fleeting point in time, a dreamlike parallel universe of carefree days. A moment in which possibilities, potential and the 'what can be' of the future unfolds. The child's skeleton grows, skin stretches and they reach up toward [...]

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The World of Joshua Ethan Johnson, Street Photo...
Josh Ethan Johnson comes at you – a creative ribbon of brightly coloured light, streaked across a psychedelic sky? Multi-talented, he is, in no particular order, New York resident, street photographer, video maker, GFX designer, musician, lover of Asian food, [...]

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Mathias Wasik : Searching For The Subtext In Chaos
They search eagerly for the sun. Some look down into, what look like, adapted boxes, others stare upward. Protected by specially designed glasses they seek the U.S. solar eclipse of August 21, 2017. Mathias Wasik's series, from the sidewalks of [...]

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Desperately Seeking Rob : Rob Krauss In Search ...
His street photography has depth. It is like watching a ghost-like parade of people flitting through life. It is as if we are caught in the glare of existential headlights, staring like traumatised bunnies at the realities of our relatively [...]

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Alex Coghe : Multi-Talented Photographer and Re...
Nothing is ever as it seems. One woman holds another woman's hand as she reads her palm while in the background two ladies with their feet dangling enjoy drinks as they perch on a ledge. An intriguing, and quite innocuous [...]

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Andre Wagner : Here For The Street Photography ...
I call, he answers. He is walking around Brooklyn, New York in the sunshine as we talk about his street photography, while I am sat in my kitchen in the UK, cold rain battering my windows. He laughs when I [...]

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Adventures Start Here : The Street Photography ...
The shot is taken looking up at a man with long hair, wearing sunglasses, holding a cigarette, and staring into the distance. The angle is unusual but it adds to the aura, the feeling that there is something of profound [...]

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Damian Milczarek : Up Close and Intriguing
He moves close to his subjects, shows bravery, creating work that is both candid and intriguing. His is a curious glance at a fast-moving world. A world shifting continually on its evolutionary trajectory. Meanwhile, armed with his camera he is [...]

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Chris Toombes : A Life On The Street
His, is a voyeuristic, heat-seeking vision of the world. A street photographer staring at the glare of a fascinating urban universe. Transfixed by the procession of life parading past his own personal 'city drive through'. One distinctive feature of the [...]

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Birka Wiedmaier : Mystery and Intrigue on the S...
The photograph travels, it has its own internal dynamic that, somehow, intrigues. You follow as it leads to the woman's flowing long hair. A strong, and powerful shot it signifies freedom, independence and maybe even a spirited semi-recklessness and adventure. [...]

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Satoki Nagata : Lights In Chicago and Some Awfu...
There is a sense of the restlessness, transition and migration about the 'Lights In Chicago' street photography series of Satoki Nagata. A fleeting, flowing glimpse of Chicago at night and its residents. With some powerful undercurrents of existential fragility, these [...]

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Michael Ernest Sweet : Educator, Writer, Street...
He comes at you with a refreshing frankness, an eagerness to push at boundaries, happy to put his shoulder to street photography borderlands, and shove. Determinedly forthright and honest, photographer Michael Sweet is also an award-winning educator and writer, with [...]

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Darran K Roper : The Multiple Worlds Of Street ...
The woman with the pushchair and with - what appears to be - the head of a rabbit, is looking straight at the camera. In the same instant, the man to her right (our left) shields his eyes against the [...]

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Suzanne Stein : A Walk On The Street Photograph...
Her work is like layer cake. Generous helpings of bleak reality, iced with tenderness, laced with fleeting moments of beauty. Suzanne Stein makes powerful street photographs. Photographs that give a glimpse into another world where existence is played out at [...]

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Secrets On The Street : Michael Ray Nott
The street has many secrets. A public and, yet, very private space, where people move within an organic, urban rhythm of, apparent, chaos and order. Like dancers, following the absurd, sublime, tragic and, often, comic choreography of their own private [...]

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New York Before Cellphones: The Exclusive Story...
New York Before Cellphones : The Exclusive Story of Mason Resnick's Photographic Rediscovery. Ever been curious about that weird feeling you get when you hear a specific piece of music from your past, or view a particular photograph that transports [...]

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Stephen Leslie’s Adventures In Street Pho...
Stephen Leslie's Adventures In Street Photography   Copyright ⓒ Stephen Leslie In one photograph, a young lady with a lizard's tale tends to a baby in a push chair? Meanwhile, a smiling girl apparently has her head in a bubble? Street [...]

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Intimate Strangers: The Street Photography of J...
Intimate Strangers : The Street Photography of Jürgen Bürgin. There is a strange and compelling intimacy to the street photography of Jürgen Bürgin. An underlying intrigue that draws us in to his work, while at the same time questioning what [...]

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Imagination is everything and everything is ima...
His work is fascinating, slightly strange, a little off-the-wall, intriguing, and, sometimes, all of these rolled into one. He is a hunter, stalking his subjects, waiting with the patience and determination of a hungry wolf. Always ready to capture the [...]

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