A Search For Sense
Carmelo Eramo, street photographer from Italy: "My photography is made of strong contrasts, like my land. A land of dazzling lights and deep, dark shadows."
Man And Urban Environment
Umberto Verdoliva, street photographer from Italy: "Photography shows the deepest part of us. I believe it could be compared to writing poems."
Questions Without Answers
Lukas Vasilikos, street photographer from Greece: "I became a photographer because it's the easiest way for me to tell things about myself."
Human Narratives With A Film-Noir Flavor
In his images with gritty textures iPhone photographer Richard Koci Hernandez captures movie like momemts with a film-noir flair.
From England With Love
In "From England With Love" Jerome Lorieau visually explores British culture interested in knowing what his photographs have to reveal about it.
Humorous Street Photography
Akkara Naktamna talking about his humorous street photography approach focussing on ordinary things we often choose to overlook.
New Story For The Place
In "New Story For The Place" Oleg Koval is focussing on daily life, observing and looking around with hope to find something usual or unusual.
Hidden Stories In The Ordinary
Soumya Shankar Ghosal roams the street of Kolkata searching for extraordinary stories hidden in ordinary elements.
Street Is Raw. Street Is Real
Luc Kordas calls street photography "a weird and demanding genre" in which 99% is failure. If you hesitate a split second, the moment is gone.
Intuition And Quick Response
Jimmy Dovholt (Sweden), street photographer: "I really like photos that manage to frame the clues, but exclude the answers."
Something Like A Movie
Street photographer Christos Kapatos just goes out and observes. And if he's lucky, he will catch a frame of the theater of life.
For street photographer Dipayan Bhattacharjee photography is a language of visual story-telling which helps him to share his world.
Fabrizio Quagliuso says that his passion for photography has stemmed from his natural curiosity and fondness for observing life and human interactions.
“I Had Planned To Burn It All”
Street photographer Michael Ernest Sweet talks about his mayor artistic identity crisis and tells how he found new inspiration after hitting rock bottom.