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My Street PhotoBlog: Streets of Athens

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If you like what you read, please :+favlove: this article so it reaches more deviants



First it was film, darkroom, paper. Then it became pixels, software, screen. And for some paper too.
A big thanks to those who decided to let us enjoy their pictures in paper and get the feel of the real thing.
It needs time, devotion and trust to set a street photo book of your own. Let's see who did it!

SimonSawSunlight

 

HAPHAZARD ANTHROPOLOGY - By Simon Becker from 46,74 €
HAPHAZARD ANTHROPOLOGY in short - By Simon Becker from 30,64 €

I finally got around to putting together a new book. And because it turned out kind of big and rather expensive, I thought I'd add a smaller, reduced "pocket" version (64 frames instead of ~100 in the "big" version). They are both a little more sophisticated and imo "richer" than my previous try "reciprocities": I now have photos on every page, not just one per double page, and they are supposed to "work" together on one or another level. It is subdivided in four geographical (not chronological) chapters: berlin, léman (lake geneva area), london and vancouver. Those who bought the recoprocities book might find that I used 4 or 5 pictures again as they just made sense in the sets they're in, but there's also quite a few frames in there that I have never shown to anyone before.

If any of you should decide to support me by buying one or two, my profit is about 10-12€ per copy sold and I promise to spend it all on my photography.



eyalbin

 

UNTITLED A journey through the streets - By Eyal Binehaker from 48,74 €


nfilipevs

 

LISBOA - By Nuno F. Silva from 38,95 €

Collection of photographs about Lisbon, Portugal. 100% Black&White. 98% Film Photography


hbapt



STREET PHOTOGRAPHY in LYON - By Baptiste Hauville from 20,95 €

If you don't know what to do right now (or this week-end...), I suggest you to take a look at my (beautiful?) book/portfolio that I made.


EricForFriends


 

Four Cantos - By Eric Strijbos from 30,95 €

The book has 80 pages and is in full-colour. You may recognize a number of pictures that are already in my gallery, but most of the work is unpublished. Also, a number of the pictures that you may know, have been seriously redone. Apart from achieving at least a hint of quality, my concern was that the book was really a book, a flowing visual story that occasionally makes you leaf back and forth, and not a "best-of" collection of pictures with a cover around it. I hate artistic ego-documents, but it has been my experience, here too, that, while the lens may point away from you, it may still show something of your innermost soul. If anything, I'd call my book a "we-document", it's about people, any people, not just tourists and Italian. So, it's not really a travel book either.


bQw

Taipei Streets Annual (2008) - by Brian Webb (eBook) from $6.75


hardtomakeastand




Largely Unnoticed - By Claire Atkinson from 33,07 €

Urban Photography. Photos depicting the human condition taken in and around Manchester & the North West of England.


RobVinc




Impressions - By Robert Eckelmann from 29,95 €



Have I missed a street photo book of yours or of a deviant member that you happen to know?
Don't hesitate to note me so I can update this list.

Inspirational links


Which are the street sites that I love to visit often? Which are the places that make me feel at home? Which are the images that help me find my lost inspiration? I'll happily share them with you at the space right below:

iN-PUBLiC | Photographers

The Photographers of Magnum Photos

Street Photographers : The art of street photography

Streephers



Some of you may have similar links that may become an inspiration for all of us. Please write them down in the comments below.

Coming tomorrow


Official deviantArt "So you think you can street"
Photography Spring Contest

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noperson Featured By Owner May 4, 2012
great teasers, i've been dreaming of a few of these, but wasn't aware of many - will look into that - looks delicious.
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batmantoo Featured By Owner May 2, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
That is truly inspiring!
Thank you Stam. :)
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du-jamais-vu Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
thanks, stam! i knew of a few books, but the majority of them were unheard of... until now...
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StamatisGR Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012   Photographer
good to know Steve :)
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myraincheck Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
I'll start writing my letter to santa claus...
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StamatisGR Featured By Owner Apr 29, 2012   Photographer
:icongunplz::santa: :lol:
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PEN-at-Work Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012
Thank you, thank you, thank you. On behalf of many many many, well at least a lot a lot a lot from me!

Pelle
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bellchild Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012  Hobbyist Photographer
Been gone too long; this is the first time I've heard of `SimonSawSunlight's work in book form!

A tip anyone can figure out, but I figured I'd drop anyway because whatthehell: If you go to a Blurb site in a different language, then automatically switch to the English site, it won't redirect to the link in question in English. Just search for the book name and it's right there.
So, Largely Unnoticed, Haphazard Anthropology in Short, and Haphazard Anthropology are some English links.

Intend to buy those two when funds allow, and look at others a little more after that. Photography, especially street photography, seems to be on such a different level when you have it in print and in a collection like these. :love:

Glad I caught this; just started poking around again. :eager:
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StamatisGR Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012   Photographer
Yes, print is much more effective for street :)
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MARX77 Featured By Owner Apr 28, 2012   Photographer
May you all prosper. :nod:
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