Today, anyone who deals with “street photography” sees a broad spectrum of social, humanist, political or documentary motivations and views, which have only one thing in common: the location of the street. The origin of ‘street photography’ can therefore be assumed to originate from the Parisian studies Paris pittoresque and Le vieux Paris by Eugène Adget, which emerged towards the beginning of the last century.
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