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It's a mad, mad, mad, mad worldMany Street Photographers seem to share a fascination with ambiguous, surreal, humorous happenings.It's a mad, mad, mad, mad world by myraincheck
Sometimes the crazy, unbelievable, scenes happen right there in the street, in front of our eyes, in the everyday life. Sometimes it is the photographer's eye that makes everything look crazy.
Some photographers though seem to be real crazy magnets, as the following collection can prove you...
Arms by burningmonk
zagrepcani2014-004 by ohyouhandsomeDevil
Street Photographer Interview #1Street Photographer Interview #1 by hosagu
Hi all Fellow Deviants
Welcome to the first interview of a series of interviews which will be given to any street photographers who will have received a Daily Deviation in Street Photography category.
Hi Jinnger AKA Jinn, would you please tell us about yourself and who your are as an Artist Photographer?
My name is Leow Jinn Jyh (Leow being my surname) and I grew up on the island of Penang, Malaysia but have spent the last 5 years living in Melbourne, Australia. I've just completed my degree in Architecture and am awaiting graduation.
I'm not sure if I'll call myself an artist photographer; I feel that the moniker is much more deserving for someone of a much higher calibre than me. I photograph casually as I am walking among the "life" of the cities I live in or visit. I simply enjoy photographing moments and snippets of them, capturing the fleeting scenes of unk
Istanbul calling usIstanbul calling us by Batsceba
Istanbul calling me by MustafaSEZER
A city seen through the eyes of two street photographers,
Alphan living in the city and Niklas who went to Istanbul to meet him and photograph the city
touch by arslanap
Kids on the Tram by niklin1
aindream by arslanalp
39/2 by niklin1
nonage by arslanalp
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Contemporary street photographers: Lukas VasilikosStreet Photography WeekContemporary street photographers: Lukas Vasilikos by IFedorovskaya
“I became a photographer because it’s the easiest way for me to tell things about myself. My view of coming into this world, living and eventually dying.” - Lukas Vasilikos
“Art washes away from the soul the dust of everyday life,” said Picasso. But what is art, what is reality, and what is the relationship between them? Does art help us to escape reality or force us to face it? I think it does both. Moreover art and reality could be interchangeable, mixed into sharp slices of everyday life. We can see it in the works of one the most interesting and original contemporary street photographers, Lukas Vasilikos. His images are visual proof that the world is a theater and men and women are merely actors playing their roles.
“The street is a field with endless possibilities, where surprises always hide behind the next corner. When