Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Streeters for features

I've done some street shooting recently and hope to do more.  I'm exploring and trying to understand one significant school of modern photography.

There is an entire world of post-pop colour photography started by William Eggleston and continued by young people today.  It often features mundane subject matter, the colour is usually jarring, and the beauty of the picture comes to you slowly, like Avro Part music.  It can easily be confused with bad home photos or bad tourist shots, but it runs deeper.

I've been familiar with this genre for decades, but never really got it, hence the effort to undersatand by doing.  Here are a few attempts.

 





1 comment:

dick edmond said...

many person perform unique creativity for photography, and they take many different and unique photographs for us, you have also performed unique creativity and taken great images all the images you have added in this post have attractive look. I just want to say thanks for sharing this inspirational photographs.

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