Street Photography

June 20, 2020

Street Photography Reveals the Candid Coincidences Hiding in Plain Sight

Photographer Anthimos Ntagkas, aka Daganth, has a penchant for being in the right place at the right time. His portfolio features random people, animals, objects, and advertisements that interact with each other in often humorous ways. In one scene, a giant man appears ready to chow down on a group of tiny people standing in a line on a diving board.

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December 17, 2019

Photographer Walks Around the Flooded Streets of Venice to Capture the City’s Tragic Beauty

While most of the world watched from afar as record floods washed across Venice, photographer Natalia Elena Massi raced to the scene, camera in hand. What she found was a surreal and magical scene. As Venice filled with water, its citizens sprung into action and came together as a community to ensure safety for everyone. And as the waters kept tourists at bay, the normally crowded streets and squares fell silent.

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September 20, 2019

New Yorkers Appear Frozen in Time in Super Slow-Mo Video at 960fps

When you think of New York City, the first image that probably pops into your head is crowd city street full of people quickly trying to get to where they're going. Filmmaker Glen Vivaris offers another vision of the city in a short clip he recently published. By using the Super Slow-mo feature on his Samsung Galaxy S10 phone, the hands of time are greatly decelerated, leaving the streets of Manhattan nearly frozen in time.

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July 23, 2019

Vintage Photos Show Rare Look at New York City When It’s Empty and Quiet

We think of New York as “the city that never sleeps,” but photographer Duane Michals has shown a different side of the metropolis. In his series Empty New York, he presents pictures of Manhattan, shot in 1964 and 1965, like a ghost town. It lacks the typical hustle and bustle we’ve come to expect from the urban island. Restaurants are without patrons and local bakeries have nothing to show in their window displays.

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