David Gibson

Having engaged in street photography for over three decades, David’s journey can be delineated into two distinct phases: firstly, the monochromatic era followed by the transition to color photography. 

Another notable demarcation lies in the dichotomy between a traditional approach to street photography and a penchant for abstraction, with a perpetual oscillation between the two realms.

Recently, the focus has shifted towards writing on photography, resulting in the publication of three books: “The Street Photographer’s Manual” (2014), “100 Great Street Photographs” (2017), and “Street Photography: A History in 100 Iconic Images” (2019). 

More certain about the work of fellow photographers than their own, they exhibit a preference for upward gaze, reminiscent of their initial foray into the art form.

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