Thomas Leuthard, un informático suizo no fotógrafo profesional, ha publicado dos libros en PDF gratuitos listos para descargar. Aún no los he mirado en detalle pero tienen muy buena pinta.
Por el material que usa (Nikon APS con 50mm y Panasonic GF1 con 20mm) seguro que nos da una visión más cercana y menos elitista que el de 'Street Photography for the purist'
, que solo considera fotografía callejera lo que se hace con una telemétrica de película (y encima no para de decir tacos).
Enlace a su web:85mm. Street Photography
Enlaces a los libros:Going CandidCollecting Souls
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"A book about street photography in the digital age. Forget what you know about street photography and read how Thomas Leuthard (85mm) explores the street with his camera. Find useful tips and tricks on how to approach people, getting closer to them and get the best out of you street experience. His workflow starts without a camera and ends in the galeries of this World. It's not about the Decisive Moment or how you setup your camera. It's more about the approach of getting a successful street photographer who will build a successful community around the World. It's all about sharing and socializing. You will be taken to a journey through the big cities of this World looking into the eyes of strangers. Candid is the key word and you will not be disappointed. Stay tuned for an exclusive book which will change your life as a street photographer..."Collecting Souls
"My second eBook about Street Photography. While the first book was about the basics, this book is more advanced and contains a lot of personal thoughts and ideas. I tried to explain what Street Photography means to me and how I see it. It contains more than 30 short chapters about the different areas and topics of street photography. It should help beginners to understand the process of making story telling photos and to improve your personal style as a street photographer. Together with the first book it will be a good reference for anyone who wants to become a street photographer."