Welcome to the Digital Dialogue Group #92

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Subject - Street Scenes: Scenes one sees on the street, which could include people, dogs, merely an odd window sign, a traffic tie up, etc. Another name this is often called is Photojournalism.

Group Administrator: Chuck Carstensen - chas33@mac.com

Click here to view/download the General Guidelines for Participation.

We are street photographers. The challenge and fun of making photographs which are candid in nature is rewarding. Communicating and sharing the experience of each and every one is a joy. It is the Dialog part of the Digital Dialog groups that helps us grow with photography.

The images displayed on this website were created by members of the Photographic Society of America’s (PSA) Digital Dialogue Group #92.   The creators of these images explain how they arrived at the final results by manipulating their photographs in a digital imaging program such as Photoshop.   The images are presented for Group members to study and critique by offering constructive comments on the artistic merit, technical strengths and weaknesses of each image.   In some cases, group members will post a rework of the image to demonstrate their suggestions.

Enjoy your visit to Group #92 and be sure to check back each month for a new set of images.   For best viewing, your monitor should be set to a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768.

All images are the copyright of the individual photographers and none should be copied or used in any form, whatsoever, without the expressed written permission of the photographer.

For further information about the Digital Dialogue Groups, Click here or contact the Director, Barbara Miller, directly at bembrit@bellsouth.net.

Street Photography is compared to candid photography. Although, it is not necessary to have a street or people in the image. We are looking for human interest, character or, something beautiful. Like all photography there should be some object of interest in the image. The more story telling quality of the image, the better. The street photographer is identified as an observer of the streets.

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