The StreetFoto San Francisco 2017 street photography festival just wrapped up and they’ve announced the winners of their international photography awards. Winners and runners up were selected in the single image, series, mobile street photography and the Streets of San Francisco categories. Hit the jump to see all the StreetFoto 2017 winning images!
If you could only take one picture what would you shoot? The Ikea KLIKK camera app gives you one chance to take a good shot then submit it to Ikea’s 2016 Art Collection where one winning will be turned into a poster to be given away at Ikea stores in Belgium. Sounds interesting but why did they call it KLIKK? Hit the jump for all the details!
Freedom of Panorama gives photographers the right to take pictures in public spaces, even if you incidentally capture copyrighted works, from Chicago’s Cloud Gate (think mirror bean) to images on t-shirts and billboards. On July 9, the EU may vote to abolish it and force street photographers to seek permission from copyright holders for virtually every element in the frame. Hit the jump for more info.
No matter which side of the street your favorite shops or restaurants are, you will be required to walk on the side that offers the best dappled light, long shadows, reflections, backdrops, etc. You may also occasionally be used as a decoy to approach a situation inconspicuously.
The rumors were true and the Fuji X100T was officially announced today. The third generation X100 camera features many incremental improvements that speak directly to the needs of street photographers. Hit the jump for the complete rundown on this exciting new camera!