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April 25th, 2014

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The Street Collection

March 30th, 2012

50 top street photographers, including members of in-public, have offered limited editions of their best work to raise money for Photovoice in an online sale between 18th and 25th April. The Street Collection includes beautiful, dramatic, comic and moving images that capture the energy and idiosyncrasy of everyday life on streets across the globe. Over […]

That’s Life

December 26th, 2011

The international march of Street Photography continues this week with the launch in India of a new collective called That’s Life, starting with just four photographers Arindam Thokder, Kaushal Parikh, Prantik Mazumdar and Suyog Gaidhani. The collectives work is largely strong and consistent using colour, harsh light and large depth of field in many cases […]

Burn My Eye

December 4th, 2011

This week saw the launch of a new Street Photography Collective, ‘Burn My Eye’. There is some really nice work on the site and the group feels like it has the energy and enthusiasm that the founding members of in-public had 11 years ago. There are a number of Street Photography groups online now but […]

Photography on the Couch.

November 14th, 2011

Nobody could say that Photography wasn’t thriving, it is cheap, easy and accessible to make, simple to share and distribute around the world in seconds. Photography has become a central part of our online social experience, the general public are doing workshops, talking about photography on forums and twitter, publishing books of their own photographs […]

Value Added?

November 10th, 2011

This week the record for the sale of a Photograph was broken when a German collector sold one of six copies of Andreas Gursky’s 1999 work “Rhein II” at Christie’s for $4,338,500. When I look at this as a Photograph and ignore what the Art World tells me its worth, my valuation comes in considerably […]

I’m not obsessed with money but my local supermarket seem very keen on my paying for food with it before leaving, why is it then that in the virtual world there is an expectation that I should give away my products for free? Established magazines and publishers get in touch with no mention at all […]

New York workshop for WPO

September 8th, 2011

The World Photography Organisation event in NYC between 13th Oct and the 6th November will include workshops by four internationally renowned photographers from four different disciplines. Portrait photographer Steve Pyke, Photojournalist Jez Coulson, Filmmaker Cheryl Dunn and Street Photographer Nick Turpin will each lead a group in producing a portrait of New York City over […]

David Gibson in Beirut

August 20th, 2011

in-public member David Gibson will be teaching a four day workshop in Lebanon between the 8th and 11th September 2011. The workshop titled ‘Develop Your Street Photography Style’ is organised by Loryne Atoui. Contact Loryne if you’d like to be one of the 16-18 participants. Here is clip of David speaking about his work from […]

The Best Street Photograph Ever is an experiment. I have set up a page that allows you to upload and rank Street Photographs from any Street Photographer made at any time. If enough people take part and the software works as it should, we should slowly see a distillation of the most enjoyed Street Photographs […]

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