A style of documentary photography that features subjects in public spaces. Street photography became popular from the 1890s with the introduction of hand cameras. The genre has attracted renewed interest since the early 2000s. Two great street photographers were Eugene Atget and Henri Cartier-Bresson.visualartcork
The original name for a paparazzo before the name paparazzo came into use.
Taking (candid) photos of people and/or animals in public places - think of streets, shops, stations, parks, trains, beaches, festivals, conventions, etc. The aim of this genre is to capture everyday moments and people s interactions with each other and their environment. Also see documentary photography.
A type of photography that captures subjects in candid moments in public places.