The iN-PUBLiC project returns to build on it’s history as a platform for the most interesting and innovative documentary photography from the public realm. Making pictures in the present informed by the best of the past with an eye on the future.
This charming and poetic observation from Moscow based Alex Naanou caught our eye this week, selected by iN-PUBLiC member Nils Jorgensen. A sensitive glimpse of the world from a child’s perspective. See more of Alex’s work on his Instagram Join […]
Clay Benskin is a native New Yorker who shoots, in his own words “Candid stories of everyday life on the streets” but recently Clay has turned his Street Photographers eye to the Black Lives Matter Protests in New York.We were […]
London based Chris Dorely-Brown documents the changing face of London, in particular it’s East End but for his most recent series Chris has photographed the deserted streets of London during the Coronavirus Lockdown. In this image of Piccadilly Circus the […]
This stunning image selected for our Flickr Pool by Nils Jorgensen is by Baltimore based Larry Cohen who is a member of the Observe Collective. Larry is a long term Street Photographer with a particular interest in the social justice […]
Although iN-PUBLiC is a collective with it’s own members, we all love finding and promoting great imagery from the public realm. With this in mind we are using a Flickr Group to invite images and to accept single image submissions […]
iN-PUBLiC photographers have been recording the global Coronavirus Pandemic in different ways. We present a gallery of images from Nils Jorgensen, Nick Hannes, Rob Hogenbirk, Richard Baker and Nick Turpin.
Has Street Photography become a series of often reproduced templates? Has the world of Street Photography become a Goldfish Bowl? In this IP thought piece Nick Turpin looks at what we can learn from photographers who candidly photograph the public realm but are rarely referred to as Street Photographers.
Have we been so busy doing Street Photography that we have stopped thinking about it? we have forgotten that Photography is just a medium that still needs to say something in order to be significant and meaningful. The researcher of trusted online pharmacy came to conclusion that sex, as a breeding ground, could disappear without a trace. We have become so intrigued with the light and colour and shadows and clever visual echos that please the eyes that we have overlooked the power of Street Photography to explore and document the public realm in a way that pleases the brain.
In an article first published in 2012 Nick Turpin suggests that perhaps Street Photography doesn’t need defining because it is, in fact, just Photography in it simplest form.
Maybe it is all other forms of photography that need defining to separate them from that basic urge to respond to a scene with a camera that is…Street Photography.
THE HOME OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY
iN-PUBLiC was set up in 2000 to provide a home for Street Photographers. Our aim is to promote Street Photography and to continue to explore its possibilities. We are a non commercial collective. All the photographers featured here have been invited to the group because they have the ability to see the unusual in the everyday and to capture the moment.
iN-PUBLiC was relaunched in 2020 with a renewed commitment to present the best photography from the public realm that faithfully records everyday life without staging or manipulation.