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Sergio Larrain: the street illuminatiSergio Larraín Echeñique (1931 – 7 February 2012) was a Chilean photographer. He worked for Magnum Photos during the 1960s. He is considered the most important Chilean photographer in history.Sergio Larrain: the street illuminati by PatriceChesse
Photographs he took in Paris by Notre Dame Cathedral, which revealed scenes of a couple only upon processing, became the basis for Julio Cortázar's story, "Las Babas del Diablo", "The Devil's Drool", which in turn inspired Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film Blowup.
Born into a professional family in Santiago (his father was an architect), he began by studying music. At the age of 18, he went to the US and studied forestry at the University of California, Berkeley, before transferring to Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1954. He also travelled through Europe and the Middle East, taking a camera. When he returned home, he began freelancing for the Brazilian
Street Photography Heroes, Part 3So. Here's the final part in this series, which was inspired by my need to summarize my first year here at dA.Street Photography Heroes, Part 3 by niklin1
I've been thinking about these journals for some time. But I held back until that first year had passed.
When I write this, I'm longing for my trip to Istanbul. I have nine days dedicated to photography there.
But I'll wait to post until I'm already there.
Enough chatter, here are some more black & white masterpieces from some great dA street photographers:
Street Photography Heroes, Part 2In this second part of this 3-part series (first part here), I will focus on colour street photography.Street Photography Heroes, Part 2 by niklin1
Personally, I process my pictures in both colour and b&w. Normally I check both on my screen before deciding.
In my photo blog I often do two posts on the same subject, one in colour and one in b&w.
Better looking as a whole in my opinion, if you keep to one or the other. And that's why I'll do the same here.
Now to the pictures:
Street Photography Heroes, Part 1Here's to all you great street photographers here on dA! I'm learning so much from you every day!Street Photography Heroes, Part 1 by niklin1
I feel a need to honour you in some way. This journal is meant as an homage to you all!
There are many of you, so I'll divide this into three parts.
In later journals I'll do themes, gather new stuff or make a portrait with one of you, if that's OK.
For now it's just one image per photographer and I'll start out with some black & whites, the order is a bit random:
Street Photography BW 270 by sagi-k
no title by kaminsky