• On The Edge: Giovanni Mattia Porcelli

    Photography requires care at so many stages before, during and after the shot that it seems a (very) different thing from plain picture taking. Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Giovanni Mattia Porcelli, I live in Italy, my job is in the IT sector, Imaging […]

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  • On the Edge: Frieder Zimmermann

    I want to feel emotions watching people in their surroundings or by a landscape or simply by the light and shadows, which are the most important ingredients in a good picture. Q1: State your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? My name is Frieder Zimmerman. I’m living in Cologne, one of the biggest […]

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  • On The EDGE: Fabian Schreyer

    Telling short stories about mankind somehow became an addiction that makes it harder to appreciate other themes. Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Fabian Schreyer. I live in Augsburg/Germany and work as a pr-agent in music business. Q2: Welcome to The One Photo Interview, by […]

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  • On The EDGE: Luigi Casentini

    I shoot in color. Life around me is colorful. Q1: State your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Luigi Casentini, I’m a photojournalist based on Prato, in Italy. But I was born in a close city called Lucca. I’m currently working in a local television as a cameramen. Q2: Welcome to The One […]

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  • On The EDGE: Maria João Arcanjo

    So that none of the past experiences are lost and from them one can evolve to a better world. That is why photography must be interesting, narrative and compelling, so that people keep looking and learning.   Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Maria João […]

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  • On the Edge: Mario Janiszewski

    Namely, street photography is a result of documentary and humanistic photography. It all depends on the photographer which way he goes. I lean towards the human being.  Q1: Please state you name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Mariusz Janiszewski. I am an advertising photographer, living in Warsaw, and once […]

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  • On the Edge: Mario Steigerwald

    I think I was born as a photographer, but without a camera. Q1: Please state you name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Mario Steigerwald and I´ve been living in Munich for 15 years now. My profession is photographer, but the description „visuel artist“ sounds better to me, because I […]

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  • On the Edge: Gardner Hamilton

    Street photography is like life. No one can really tell you what it is, you have to do it for yourself and discover it. Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Gardner Hamilton, 45 years old, born in Scotland, now living mainly in Chile, South America. […]

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  • On the Edge: Fatima Salcedo

    I’m always curious about people and their movements in everyday life, with their reactions and expressions. Q1: Please state you name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Fatima Salcedo…. I live in Porto, north of Portugal. Q2: Welcome to The One Photo Interview, by the way. It is the TOP […]

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  • On the Edge: Linda Wisdom

    Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Linda Wisdom and I am a self-employed Apple Mac IT Consultant. I live in sunny London, UK. Q2: Welcome to The One Photo Interview, by the way. It is the TOP Interview. Do you know what that means? It […]

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  • On the Edge: Mario Mancuso

    Photography highlights what is happening around us quickly… allowing us to see what we sometimes eludes us. Q1: State your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Mario Mancuso and I live in Italy to Naples, I am salesman and photographer by passion. Q2: Welcome to The One Photo Interview, by […]

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  • On the Edge: Tony Cearns.

    And by look I mean feel. Actually they become the same thing. Feeling with your eyes. Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Tony Cearns. I am a director of a financial services business based in Liverpool, England. Before that I have lived in many places, including […]

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  • On the Edge: Elisabeth Maurice

    I can’t go out without a smile on my face knowing I might get a good shot whatever the conditions. Q1: Please state your name and occupation, please. Where do you live? A: My name is Elisabeth Maurice and I live in a very quiet part of Paris close to Père-Lachaise cemetery. My job deals […]

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  • Revitalising Off Street

      It is long overdue. I have had this idea for several years but have never really gotten around to do something about it. So I start again with posting off street photography to a site that is basically meant for street photography. Why? I believe in crossovers. Meaning you can learn from experience in […]

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  • Long Tall Sally / Slow Gallery

    Shot in Berlin, 2010 Leica X1 © Knut Skjærven Copenhagen, October 11, 2017. The picture has been added to Slow Gallery and is in category Slow Gallery. #knutskjærven #knutskjaerven #newstreetagenda #oneverystreet  #pictureit  #streetphotography  #streetphoto #streetphotos #streetphotograph #streetphotographs   #berlin #simplesolution #streetsofberlin #streetberlin 

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  • Kempinski Sessions: All About Promises

      Kempinski Sessions have come to an end this year. They are all about promises. States of mind. This time lasting close to a week. Kempinski Sessions are not a New Street Agenda Workshop. Kempinski Sessions are not a Street Meet as some of you know them. Kempinski Sessions aims differently. They are open ended. […]

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  • SELFIE / Slow Gallery

    This my friends is the most articulate selfie I will ever take. Today this cafe is gone so I will be given no second chance. What makes this picture particular is among other things the story on the front page of Berliner Zeitung. Go for it. Helmut Newton Museum, Berlin October 10, 2014. © Knut […]

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