Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Image Title 'Brent Booth' I chose to include this image in my inspiration as I like how it is still considered to be a street scene even though it feels unnaturally quiet. The quiet aspect of this photo and I feel is coming from it being night, and the light is possibly coming from the lights of the shop she appears to be sitting at by herself. I think this is an interesting image because again I am looking for things in the image that will add to a story.

Brent Booth 21 years old Des Moines, Iowa 30 by Philip-Lorca diCorcia on artnet

Trent Parke Australia Sydney, Wynyard Station 2006. With Trent Parke's images I like the high contrast, it makes them all feel much more dramatic. He has turned your average everyday peak periods into dramatic scenes. Like in this particular image there is highlights on the clothes that are very bright like spotlights, while the rest of the setting is dark and moody.

Photographer-Trent Parke Capture the people waiting the transport in a line. And they have no connection with other people who are waiting the transport

Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Los Angeles. It is the ideas in this image that I found particularly inspiring. For me the first feature of the image I notice is the man in the foreground who seems un-kept and could possibly be homeless. Then I notice that there are the Hollywood stars on the ground. To me this shows a side of LA that isn't the one that is advertised, it like the image is showing the "real" LA, that it isn't just famous people that walk down these streets, real people do as well.

Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Los Angeles. It is the ideas in this image that I found particularly inspiring. For me the first feature of the image I notice is the man in the foreground who seems un-kept and could possibly be homeless. Then I notice that there are the Hollywood stars on the ground. To me this shows a side of LA that isn't the one that is advertised, it like the image is showing the "real" LA, that it isn't just famous people that walk down these streets, real people do as well.

Philip-Lorca diCorcia: New York 1994. The aspect of this image I found inspiring was the framing. I appreciate how the man walking down the street has been framed by the poles on thee right and the building wall on the left which then draws focus onto the man as  it gives the image a tunnel like feel.

Philip-Lorca diCorcia Los Angeles (Man with Plastic Bag), 1994 Chromogenic print Edition of 15 х 37 in.

Philip-Lorca diCorcia: Paris 1996. I chose to include this image because I feel as though it has similar yet different aspects to how street photography is typically done. The image still has a high contrast, yet instead of the people being in the light so you can see the details, they are in shadow and the buildings are in light. I also really admire the timing in terms of the main people that seem to follow a line that ends between the buildings.

25 x 38 x 97 cm). Gift of Carol and Arthur Goldberg. © 2017 Philip-Lorca diCorcia, courtesy David Zwirner, New York.

Another Nick Turpin Street Scene image this one captured in Trafalgar Square, London. I feel this image could have very easily been staged, however if it was not then I really appreciate the positioning of the can, and the angle it was taken so the fountain appears to be coming out of the can.

Another Nick Turpin Street Scene image this one captured in Trafalgar Square, London. I feel this image could have very easily been staged, however if it was not then I really appreciate the positioning of the can, and the angle it was taken so the fountain appears to be coming out of the can.

This Nick Turpin Street Scene image was taken in Oxford Street, London. Again I like how linked this photo feels due to the circles, and how they reoccur on the walls, and wheels of those who move past. It is these links and similarities that really turn the image into something interesting and pleasing to look at. The bright colours of the wall as well as the wheels I feel also add a fun playful feel to the image, which is a really nice thing to explore.

This Nick Turpin Street Scene image was taken in Oxford Street, London. Again I like how linked this photo feels due to the circles, and how they reoccur on the walls, and wheels of those who move past. It is these links and similarities that really turn the image into something interesting and pleasing to look at. The bright colours of the wall as well as the wheels I feel also add a fun playful feel to the image, which is a really nice thing to explore.


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This image is by Jesse Marlow and is part of the "Don't Just Tell Them, Show Them" series. Again I was drawn to this image due to the questions that arise from it. What is he doing? Is he on the ground by accident? What is he wearing ect. All these questions are trying to give context to the image, but we aren't given one so we have to make up reasoning in our heads.

Don’t Just Tell Them, Show Them - Interview with Jesse Marlow

Trent Parke / Magnum Photos

Trent Parke The light is highlighting people that he wants to focus on. I really like the contrast between the shadows and natural light as well

(iN-PUBLiC | Trent Parke) I love how everyone is appeared in a straight line and how they contrast with the buildings and the sky.

(iN-PUBLiC | Trent Parke) I love how everyone is appeared in a straight line and how they contrast with the buildings and the sky.

Trent Parke Australia Sydney, Wynyard Station 2006. With Trent Parke's images I like the high contrast, it makes them all feel much more dramatic. He has turned your average everyday peak periods into dramatic scenes. Like in this particular image there is highlights on the clothes that are very bright like spotlights, while the rest of the setting is dark and moody.

Photographer-Trent Parke Capture the people waiting the transport in a line. And they have no connection with other people who are waiting the transport

Trent Parke AUSTRALIA. Gold Coast. Surfers Paradise. 2008.

Photographer-Trent Parke This photo let me think how he shoot it and why he need to take this photo. the waiter is not happy as well.

This image is by Jesse Marlow and is part of the "Don't Just Tell Them Show Them" series. Again this image is one of those odd, what is going on here, once in a blue moon kind of photos. I think these types of photos can make really interesting and intriguing street style photographs, because they are just so out of the ordinary it adds an element of humour to the images.

Street Photography by Jesse Marlow - Artists Inspire Artists

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