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The New Street Photographers Manifesto: Any Camera, Anywhere Paperback – 1 Oct 2012
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About the Author
TANYA NAGAR known online as "Tanya-N" is an award-winning photographer whose passion for street photography stems from a deep interest in human psychology and culture. With her distinctive urbanite eye, she has been photoblogging the streets of London and Mumbai for many years, and her work has been published widely and seen on the BBC and CNN.
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This book lasted me two hours - I read fast - and reignited my enthusiasm and imagination whilst reminding me of stuff about why I got into photography in the first place way back in 1947 [Yes! Really!]
I enjoyed it and think you will too - especially when compared with another book on the genre that I stupidly ordered on the same day.
The final chapter interviews eleven street photographers on their approach to taking street pictures.
Illustrations are accompanied with captions on which camera, lens, etc., was used throughout the book.
As a someone who has recently begun to devote more time to street photography, I found The New Street Photography Manifesto very helpful.
If you're an amateur this is the perfect book for you to get you started with street photography. It's very focused and articulate. She doesn't waste time with unessential details and doesn't throw too much information at you to make you confused. She does bring up a lot of issues you may encounter that I've not seen discussed in other books of this sort. It's fairly jargon free, which can be very helpful to beginners.
If you happen to have a lot of experience in street photography, I would still recommend reading this as it's a well written material that brings up new ideas/ways of going about things.
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