Pioneers Of Street Photography - IVTo celebrate the 1st anniversary of #TheStreetFactor, we present to youMore Like This
the fourth part of a series of journals dedicated to the great masters:
The Pioneers of Street Photography.
(October 22, 1942 - April 18, 1999)
was among the first photographers to successfully use color, especially in the fields of
Documentary and Street Photography, to great acclaim.
Crawford Market, Mumbai, Maharashtra - 1993. © Raghubir Singh
Born in Jaipur, India, Singh attended St. Xavier's School school and it was here that he discovered Cartier-Bresson's
little-known book, Beautiful Jaipur, published in 1949, which inspired his interest in photography.
Later on after a year of studying arts at The Hindu College in New Delhi, Raghubir decided to drop out.
Now, with time on his hands, he began taking photographs using a camera
his brother, Pratap Singh had brought for him from Hong Kong.
Taxi Driver and Pedestrian Argue, Chitpur Roa
Street Photography DDs - March 2012About the Street Gallery, Street DDs etc.More Like This