Street photography

In contrast to urban photography, which aims to portray architecture and urbanism, street photography is a "spontaneous" style that aims to capture scenes from urban life. The inhabitants and their daily life activities are the main subjects, seen through the subjectivity of the photographer. Come and discover our selection of breathtaking photos of the streets and people through this gallery of exceptional photographs. In general, street photography is meant to be more candid by approach and sometimes the photos may also lack the people as subjects. The street photographers are like the artistic observers who capture the essence of the cities by their candid and spontaneous style of photography. Robert Franck (and his famous book "The Americans") and William Klein are its standards.
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In contrast to urban photography, which aims to portray architecture and urbanism, street photography is a "spontaneous" style that aims to capture scenes from urban life. The inhabitants and their daily life activities are the main subjects, seen through the subjectivity of the photographer. Come and discover our selection of breathtaking photos of the streets and people through this gallery of exceptional photographs. In general, street photography is meant to be more candid by approach and sometimes the photos may also lack the people as subjects. The street photographers are like the artistic observers who capture the essence of the cities by their candid and spontaneous style of photography. Robert Franck (and his famous book "The Americans") and William Klein are its standards.