EHS Finest: 8 Magical Fine Art Street Photographers


Today, I want to present to you the incredible artworks of the following street photographers: 

Skander Khlif and Martin Dietrich from Germany, Cagdas Topcu and Kartal Karagedik from Turkey, Kwantona from Poland, Tatsuo Suzuki from Japan and Last Suspect from the US!

Under every photo, you will also find a bit of an explanation why the photo works so well. I hope that way you can learn something while experiencing these awesome artworks.



Street Photography Tips: It's all about carefully selecting elements. The more you reduce, the cleaner your frame will look.

To Skander: Color me in 50 shades of monochrome jealousy. Vijce


Cagdas Topcu πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡·

Street Photography Tips: Golden light and warm temperatures work insanely well. Combined with the strong contrasts, it becomes epic!

To Cagdas: Loved Istanbul already and now I do even more. Cok gΓΌzel! Vijce



Martin Dietrich πŸ‡©πŸ‡ͺ

Street Photography Tips: Always dare to experiment with your street photos. This double exposure really offers a fresh perspective!

To Martin: I always loved your abstract street photos. So innovative! Vijce



Kwantowa πŸ‡΅πŸ‡±

Street Photography Tips: Minimalism works whether you have a lot of colors or just a flat tonality. Reducing the scene to one subject makes the photo much stronger!

To Kwantowa: You are so creative and versatile! Can't wait to see your next photos. Vijce




Street Photography Tips: Explore dark atmospheres with little to no light as much as you can. Post-processing always helps to underline the mood. The colder color temperature in this photo was well chosen.

To Elsa: I looooove colorful fine art street photos that highlight the atmosphere almost more than the subjects. Elsa, you rock and you always will! Vijce




Street Photography Tips: Use strong vignettes in post-processing to blend out unimportant details in your photo...and highlight what's vital!

To Tatsuo: Love your work, buddy! Can't wait to meet you one day in Japan...let's see how far I come with my Japanese till then. Vijce


Last suspect πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡Έ

Street Photography Tips: You don't need to show facial expressions to convey strong emotions. Dare to go out in the rain and shoot when everyone goes inside!

To Last Suspect: Love your urban photography big time! So reduced and raw! Vijce



Kartal Karagedik πŸ‡ΉπŸ‡·

Street Photography Tips: Light is everything! Simply observe the light around you on your next photo walk and see how you can use it. Especially backlight always looks fantastic!

To Kartal: Your work is incredible AND you have a career as a singer. Amazing, really! Vijce

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