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When Street Photographers Get Lucky!


Creativity, art, photography, street photography, cameras, Carl Jung, psychology, Vivian Maier, Berenice Abbott, creative process, inspiration, Minhaj Haque, Village Vanguard, JohnColtrane, Louis Armstrong, Damon Pablo Escudero, Charlie Parker, Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Met,

You’re a photographer standing on the sidewalk. Your camera is focused. The light is perfect. Shadows make sharp angles and dramatic contrasts in the street. That moment of stillness has arrived where you can capture exactly what you want—your perception of reality and maybe even art. There is a beggar. His black arm is outstretched […]

The Flâneur and the Street Photographer.


flanuer, street photography, photography, creativity, Eugene Atget, Paris, Alfred Stieglitz, Carl Jung, Joseph Campbell, TAO, Baudelaire, architecture, urban landscape, novels about artists

I’ve always loved taking photos and viewing the photography of others. Given that virtually every cell phone is a camera, millions if not billions of people are able to photograph. Now we can document and record virtually any and all moments of our lives whether in a selfie or a fine art photograph of a […]