The slideshow is an excerpt from my big photo project about Public Transport. These pictures are only about Public Transport in Berlin.
If you are in Istanbul you can see the slideshow at the Fotoistanbul Festival 2014.
Thanks to Subsuburban and Fluorescent Heights for the music.
For better pleasure, please enjoy listening with your headphones or stereo.
Street Scenes: Tatsuo Suzuki, Japan
In our series Street Scenes, we’ll be talking to street photographers from around the world in order to find out how they got started, what catches their eye and what they have experienced shooting in the field.
Having been a punk rocker through his teens and early twenties, Tatsuo Suzuki needed an emotional and creative outlet that could fit into his busy schedule once he began working—so he turned to photography. Inspired by the snapshot style of photographer William Klein, Tatsuo’s work is personal and emotionally driven. When shooting a scene, Tatsuo thinks about his audience, wanting them to experience what he’s feeling at that moment, whether it be chaos, passion, or excitement. He uses layers, blur, and movement to convey his feelings through images. He hopes that with time he’ll be able to match—and even surpass—his idol Klein’s ability to reflect on society through his work.
See more of Tatsuo’s photos in his Your Shot gallery.
"I am 72 years old, I am old style"
Throw Away Your Books, Rally in the Streets
a seventeen year old boy lives here. he memorizes patterns in the stars. he tries to understand why, of all the constellations that could inhabit a human body, his mother got cancer.
Selektor Magazine Issue 1: Alex Crétey Systermans is on Self Publish Be Happy ‘Book Du Jour’
Title of publication: Selektor Magazine Issue 1: Alex Crétey Systermans
Name of artist: Alex Crétey Systermans
Additional contributor/s: Texts by Loic Thisse
Design: Loïc Thisse
Editor: Loïc Thisse, self-edited.
Series name: This is the first issue of a quarterly collection of photographer’s monographs in magazine form.
Publication date: June 20, 2014
Place of publication: Bressols, France
Edition size: 300
Number of pages: 76
Type of printing: Offset
Type of paper: Cover: Munken Print 300g/m2. Inside: Inapa Imagine silk 90g/m2
Name of printer: Art & Caractère, Lavaur, France
Number of pictures: 30
Description of book: Crossover between magazine and monograph, presents the work of photographer Alex Crétey Systermans for the first time in high quality print form.
The best thing about self-publishing: Learning.
Happy Birthday John! ☆
From the ICP Collections: Photography by David Seidner, John Cage, 1977 (via John Cage was born 102 years ago today | Fans in a Flashbulb)
Union Libre - León Ferrari
Underdogs Issue 2 is released!
Hope you will enjoy it!
This time, it’s possible to buy Underdogs in print format here:
A big thank you to all featured photographers:Ana caldas
RICHARD C. JOHNSON
If you want to be more creative, pursue your curiosity.
Developing that curiosity may be what sets apart the greatest thinkers and artists – the likes of Picasso, Einstein, Edison, Curie, etc. – apart from… well, everyone else.
“I have no special talent. I am only passionately curious.”…
imysworld said: What camera do you use? :)
I wanted to be an actor when I was young. Like real young..around 6 or 8. My mom would ask me what I wanted to be and I’d always say “in the movies.” It’d go back and forth and I would eventually figure out the word that I wanted to be was “actor.” During that time, in my childish mind, I would’ve fuckin’ killed to be an actor. My mom would always steer me away with thoughts like “no, what about an astronaut, superman, etc.”
I wasn’t hearing that. I was about my passion…the fucking movies. I hounded her down to even think about enrolling me in acting classes. I was so young and naive. The classes fell through. Anyways, there was a time my mom sat me down and told me that young stars don’t fare too well(in 5th grader terms). I was sad. Fuck, more than sad. One of my first heartbreaks. I couldn’t be a “movie star.” And none of it made sense.
It’s funny because I look back and understand the reason for that heartbreak. It was a means to protect me. To protect me from failure.
Fuck failure. That’s the camera I use.
One of the best answers ever!
HONG KONG - SEPTEMBER 30: A protester sleeps on the streets outside the Hong Kong Government Complex at sunrise on September 30, 2014 in Hong Kong, Hong Kong. Thousands of pro democracy supporters have remained in the streets of Hong Kong for another day of protests. Protestors are unhappy with Chinese government’s plans to vet candidates in Hong Kong’s 2017 elections. (Photo by Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)