Only real Durchlatschers!
OK, what is a Durchlatscher? You're taking a picture of a (boring) street scene. There is almost no traffic (pedestrians) here. But, in the moment you're hitting the button somone is durchlatsching through your photo. And the best is: This makes your photo even more interesting and alive!
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Houses, flats, shops, cinemas, theatres - doors and entrances of all kinds.
All years and models
This group is about the automobile in its social and historical context, it's not just about pictures of cars. We are looking for well crafted photographs and interesting compositions that capture some of the impact of the car on the human condition. Images in this group hope to capture the complicated relationship we have with the automobile and the resulting world we've created to accommodate it.
Basically this group is about creative captures of the automobile and the environment in which i…
Cones and bollards in everyday life
Berlin slang for "it's all there".
Hedges as street furniture; no indoor hedges!
Photos that are characterized by a bold and brutal cuttin and are still well composed.
"No Parking" Signs Only
Building-Firewalls! Nothing else.
Determining factor for the image is an empty foreground (min. 1/3). There is nothing of Three-dimensionality , no person, no house, no object - traces, shadows, textures on the ground are okay.
deadpan photography of everyday scenes on public streets in a style of the google "9 eyes" car mounted streetview cameras
This group is for photographs that are influenced by the New Topograhpics movement. The inspiration for this group is the New Topographic exhibition held in 1975 at the Eastman House in Rochester, NY. This exhibition was published in the book "New Topographics" published after the exhibition and republished in 2010. The new Topographics exhibition was comprised of works by Robert Adams, Lewis Baltz, Bernd and Hilla Becher, Joe Deal, Frank Gohlke, Nicholas Nixon, John Schott, Stephen Shore, an…