I chosen to participate at the workshop in Berlin organized by Siegfried Hansen and Jesse Marlow of the Collective in-Public (https://in-public.com) because they have a very different vision of street photography respect mine.
Siegfried is really “Bauhaus” with its incredible lines and geometry (https://in-public.com/tag/siegfried-hansen/), while Jasse (https://in-public.com/tag/jesse-marlow/) is in my opinion a poet of street.
Both of them was really open to share and give us their little secrets.
The weekend July 6-8th 2018 was a moment where I try to transform a bit my Street View following their advices and vision. I never shots so much vertical street image as in that moment as indicated by Siegfried and the sentence “take more shot for the same image” was the Jesse Mantra to take always in my mind.
I found new friends and very impressive photographers from all Europe. I have confirmed myself that as in all aspects of our life as in photography the best thing for us it’s to open the mind and meet complete different people to you for enlarge our vision and confront ourselves. Make wall is always a non-sense.
This is my result: Please look at photo 16 (my homage to Siegfried Hansen) and image 2 (my homage to Jesse)