2020 is upon us and so is a new promising decade! The Street Photography scene has changed so much within the last 10 years! I can’t even begin to imagine what it will look like in yet another 10, in 2030. If you think about it, digital street photography now dominates in comparison to 10 years ago when film street photography was still the way to go for decent imagery, and colour street photography seems to be the new standard, leaving black and white behind (not too far behind but still). Everyday more and more talented Street Photographers share their work from all around the world, unwillingly shaping the evolving street photography trends that constantly transform the genre, keeping it always interesting and fresh.
What this post is about?
The purpose of today’s post is to share with you 20 Street Photographers that are worth looking into in 2020.
This list is completely personal. I have no intention of discriminating, of setting any standards, or of imposing my opinion. This is just a list of who I think you should consider following in 2020. You don’t have to agree dear readers, so if you want to share your top20 or open a discussion, please feel free to do so by sharing names and links of Street Photographers you think are worth looking at in the comments.
Just a friendly note to all that think this is a great way for self promoting themselves, I will not share vanity comments 🙂 .
20 Street Photographers you should follow in 2020
Moving on, here is my list of the 20 Street Photographers I recommend you to follow in 2020 in no particular order. Their work is beautiful, each unique in their own way and well worth your attention.
Gabi Ben Avraham
Location: New York, USA
Tang Tawanwad Wanavit
Chu Việt Hà
Ilan Ben Yehuda
Street Photography is a living, breathing organism. It keeps changing, it has trends and it is defined by the community, so keep an eye on what is happening, participate and always try to learn more. Remember no matter who you are, how old you are and how much experience you have, you learn every day. Keep an open mind, look around you, absorb new trends and techniques and evolve with your favourite genre.
So, this is to another 10 years of Street Photography! Wish you all Happy Holidays and an amazing New Year and New Decade!
Stay Sharp & Keep Shooting!