They started as strangers, subjects photographed on the street as candid images without permission asked or interaction had, taken for artistic purpose. But for different reasons, and with social media often playing a key role, I eventually got to meet the people in the photographs and established human connections with them. Often over coffee, we shared great conversation and I got to learn more about their lives. In addition, I gifted each of them a print of their original photograph, and captured them holding it. Strangers no more, indeed…and proof that street photography has a positive side you seldom hear about.
When we go to the streets of the cities to capture Street Photography for an artistic or documentary purpose, are we allowed to photograph strangers without their explicit consent? Is it ok to do so? Can it lead to conflict? This article is a personal view on the issue of photographers rights while also strongly advocating for an ethical and empathic approach when taking candid images.
When a little dog is born, life is nothing but sweet — hooked on the mother suckling all day, surrounded by its siblings, which provide warmth and a sense of safety. Eventually, sooner or later, a somehow traumatic separation with its mom and the litter will happen — and each little pup will end up […]
If you grew up between the mid-late 80s and the 90s, Tami Stronach might have been part of your childhood’s story. In the 30th anniversary of the film that brought her to screens worldwide when she was only 11, this New York based dancer, choreographer, performer and happy mom is ready to save a fantasy world again, in the play “Light: a Dark Comedy.”