Tuesday, 25 February 2014
Here is something I recently discovered, The New York Times Intersection videos where people from around the world talk about their style and their neighbourhood, but don't be fooled, it's not just about more hipster looks; a lot of these videos are about different cultures influencing each other's style.
Street-style photography is so intriguing when it's spontaneous, you just wonder who the people are in the picture and you make up your own stories, so I am trying to define the appeal of video street-style. You know a bit more about the people, admittedly not a lot more than from a photo, but you hear their voice and you see them move, then they also describe themselves, that adds a few layers to someone's personality. Do you agree? Or do you still prefer street-style photography?