Esplora Garry Winogrand, Fotografia Di Strada e altro.

Ragazzi cattolici in fuga dai lacrimogeni, Derry, Irlanda del nord. 1971. - (Don McCullin)

Ragazzi cattolici in fuga dai lacrimogeni, Derry, Irlanda del nord. 1971. - (Don McCullin)

Winogrand 2: Garry Winogrand, Los Angeles, 1964

Garry Winogrand's classic and unseen photographs – gallery

Garry Winogrand shot with a 28mm lens for most of his life, which meant that for the majority of his shots he had to be quite close to his subjects (and in front of them). Therefore Winogrand wasn’t Henri Cartier-Bresson (trying to be invisible) but was actively a part of the action and immersed in the crowds. He would be very obviously taking photographs in the streets and would stick out like a sore thumb. (You can see a clip of him shooting in the streets here.

Garry Winogrand shot with a 28mm lens for most of his life, which meant that for the majority of his shots he had to be quite close to his subjects (and in front of them). Therefore Winogrand wasn’t Henri Cartier-Bresson (trying to be invisible) but was actively a part of the action and immersed in the crowds. He would be very obviously taking photographs in the streets and would stick out like a sore thumb. (You can see a clip of him shooting in the streets here.

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