Date of Award
Bachelor of Communications Honours
Faculty of Communications and Creative Industries
Dr Dennis Wood
Street photographers can either camouflage or reveal their identities to the strangers they photograph. By choosing to remain anonymous, photographers often create images in which only their subjects are exposed. By unveiling their identities however, they often create images in which their interaction becomes evident in the resulting images. Casual Encounters looks at the mechanisms employed by photographers that choose to remain anonymous in contrast to the myth of the flâneur. Close Encounters looks at the mechanisms employed between strangers to deal with their daily interactions in urban environments. Personal Encounters serves to explain my own approach to the strangers I photograph.
Schuster, F. M. (2003). Street photography: An approach to strangers: casual, close and personal encounters. Retrieved from http://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses_hons/576