The New Street Photographer's ManifestoFebruary 7, 2013/by techgnotic
Street photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson called it the “decisive moment”— the captured instant when all the photograph’s elements come together to tell a story in a way a text narrative of thousands of words could never begin to. It is what hooks people, both practitioners and advocate-devotees, on the art form. It is uniquely completely immersive in life— step out into the streets— in which the moment of artistic epiphany can never be guessed at until it suddenly happens. When it is properly mastered, it is as pure as the dawn of each new day, as true as the living organism of a teeming street scene catching a breath as one.
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Silver droplets of rain pelted the ground as a howling wind brutally struck any unsuspecting victims it came across, the midnight weather becoming more and more destructive with each second that passed. Twenty year old Rhys Wiliams shielded his emerald eyes as he dashed through the unforgiving weather, nothing but the "tall man" on his mind. Warm blood trickled down his arm serving as a reminder of the horrors he had witnessed only a few minuets ago. His vision became blurred, the furious rain continuously pounding his tired being, making it more difficult to keep to the public foot-path as he dashed through the ancient forest.
Rhys skidded to a halt. His stalker stood motionless before him, blocking his path, it's non-existent gaze piercing Rhys's soul. Fear and adrenaline filled his being as the creatures tendrils burst from its back, flailing like unkept hose-pipes. Rhys wanted to run and hide, but he couldn't. It was if he had been glued to the spot by fear.