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© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

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© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

2012 was a very good year for me photography wise. Here is a collection of my best photos from 2012.

Can’t wait to see what 2013 will bring in front of my lens 🙂

 

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography By Sagi Kortler

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© Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

© Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Last week we (Street Gang Photos) hosted iN-PUBLIC photographer Richard Bram for an intense one-day workshop.

One of the drills Richard gave the students was to stand for one hour at a street corner, working only the corner and not wandering around.

Although I came along for documenting the workshop for our Facebook page, this drill intrigued me as I usually lack the patience to stand in one place and I’m always on the move. I think that my lack of patience is mostly due to the fact that most of the time such approach is required when working on juxtapositions using signs which is a bit of a cliché…

I decided to pick up the challenge and stand in one place for an hour but instead of looking for the cliché juxtapositions, I was focusing on the small gestures of humanity as I usually like to capture while wandering the streets but this time without moving of course.

So here is my catch from one hour – 60 minutes on the street corner

Dog walking
Street Photography by Sagi Kortler

Street Photography by Sagi Kortler