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Photographer Jesse Marlow is based in Melbourne, Australia. Over the last 17 years he has prowled the streets of the city he calls home, searching for moments of surprise and beauty everywhere he looks. Alexander Strecker reached out to Marlow to find out more about his origins and what drives his passion for photographing in the street:. LC: All or almost all of us are street photographers at this point. As in, we all take photos of the world around us on a near constant basis. JM: When I began at photography school, I was lucky enough to have a really inspiring lecturer who went on to become my mentor named Rei Zunde. Part of our class in the first year was to head into the city with a bag of film. I was instantly hooked. I continued shooting in this style on the streets of Melbourne and have never stopped. LC: Do you go out expressly to shoot your work or is it always spur of the moment?
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Photographer Jesse Marlow is based in Melbourne, Australia. Over the last 17 years he has prowled the streets of the city he calls home, searching for moments of surprise and beauty everywhere he looks. Alexander Strecker reached out to Marlow to find out more about his origins and what drives his passion for photographing in the street:. LC: All or almost all of us are street photographers at this point. As in, we all take photos of the world around us on a near constant basis.

JM: When I began at photography school, I was lucky enough to have a really inspiring lecturer who went on to become my mentor named Rei Zunde.

Part of our class in the first year was to head into the city with a bag of film. I was instantly hooked. I continued shooting in this style on the streets of Melbourne and have never stopped. LC: Do you go out expressly to shoot your work or is it always spur of the moment? Is there a conscious mindset that you embrace or is it a constant, fundamental way of seeing the world? JM: I have had periods of time where I went out specifically to shoot, but often I found this approach put unnecessary pressure on myself and an expectation to come home with results.

With the camera around my neck, I am constantly aware of the forms around me, and on the look out for something that could lead to an interesting shot. As your audience, we only ever see the final work that comes out the other side. But what goes in beforehand? LC: Perhaps unusually for a contemporary street photographer, you shoot a lot of your work on film. I really enjoy the suspense that is created between shooting and the much delayed seeing of the results.

LC: Some people dream of flying to exotic locations which will inspire them to make their work. Much of your photographs are made much closer to home. How do you find continual interest in your familiar surroundings?

JM: Exotic locations have never meant a lot to me photographically. It comes back to keeping an open mind and being constantly aware of my surroundings. LC: Do you ever tire of taking pictures; do you ever feel like you need a visual break? Visual poetry and moments of unexpected joy in and around Melbourne—learn more from this widely admired master of the streets.

Alexander Strecker reached out to Marlow to find out more about his origins and what drives his passion for photographing in the street: Interview LC: All or almost all of us are street photographers at this point. Trending this Week. Announcing the Winners! Discover the 39 remarkable photographers making the best new photography from around the world. This is the photo book that redefined what a photo book could be — personal, poetic, real. Can photography be used as a tool of healing? In his long term exploration of masculinity, Bharat Sikka intertwines the personal and the collective by continually finding new ways to investigate and represent his homeland, India.

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Over three decades, Graham has tirelessly traveled the country, capturing the colorful, sometimes surreal, and often bizarre thus conveying a quintessential These intimate, up-close portraits of people in the streets of Tokyo speak for themselves. We love the direct gaze, the honesty and humanity of these photographs. A series of images that reflect our vision of the modern, hyper-connected human being. A look back at one of the great portrait-makers of the 20th century: a master of light, the frame and drawing out rich, telling moments with his evocatively captured subjects.

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