Erich Salomon became a renowned photojournalist by creating a revolutionary vision of candid photography between the two world wars.
Category: Colour, Candid & The Street
Tamal Shee’s approach to photographing the Holi Festival in India is rooted in his relationship with the people - his candid shots show Kolkata's streets in colour. IMAGO spoke to him about his methods and the popular Hindu tradition.
“I was trying to capture the hustle and bustle that you can experience when visiting Tokyo as well as the image of a city that never sleeps.” The world’s largest city has been photographed endless times, but not like Rob Tilley.
How can street photography be pushed past the obvious? IMAGO’s independent photographer Mika Volkmann sees what many do not. IMAGO spoke to him about his street photography secrets and what drives him behind the camera.
Finding balance in energetic New York. Colombian photographer Nicolas Perez offers equilibrium in the city that never sleeps.
Architecture, colour and minimalism. Abstracting urban spaces in the city of Berlin with street photographer, Ralf Pollack.
Cold War Berlin was nothing short of brutal. Yet, Berliners still managed to find silver linings wherever they could. IMAGO’s archives from 1970’s Berlin reveal our city’s resilience in the face of turmoil.
"Real travel is hard and dirty work and I admire photographers who work outside their comfort zone and do real travel photography." says globally renowned travel and landscape photographer Christian Heeb.
Kicking off the new series: An interview with the photographer Liu Tao. Street photography, the dichotomy between humor and mundanity.
This month we explore the candid. Through colour, light, portraits and the street, delve into the world of street photography and uncover the stories of people and place.