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Is Street Photography Killing Itself?

One year ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Is the most egalitarian form of photography, ‘street photography', being destroyed by its own popularity? Is such a thing even possible? I won't profess to have a clear answer to this question, but I do have some thoughts. Those thoughts may turn into a rant, but I'll try to contain myself!
Egalitarian = good, right?
This question hits right at the heart of photography and, most specifically, digital photography. If something is easy, more people will do it. The more people doing it, the more ‘cultivated talent' there will be . However, there can be a cost: the dross can become...
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