"street" photography is maybe the hardest of all areas in photography. The photographer stalks his chosen environment where, essentially, nothing is happening - people are quietly going about their business - and yet has to select tiny moments when an image can be snatched which is more than the sum of its parts - fractions of a second often, where some fleeting coincidence of expression, gesture, positioning, and movement come together to create an instant which holds some undefinable meaning.
10041 Cape Ann --Explaining ArtHead of a Catalan Peasant by Joan MiroSitting in the sunThe Guard_07986791479-2-Edituntitled-P3010924-EditKalMark_feb20_0010-EditPA062826-Edit-3Jews and black Americans - unknown story