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Juror: Ed Kashi
Opening 12/13-1/7/11 Reception on 12/19/2010 3-5 PM

Juror's Choice by Deniese Trotier Johnson

As the world becomes more paranoid about being photographed, especially "on the street" where there isn't a chance to ask for permission first, the journalistic or documentary photographer still yearning to make candid images on the streets must be more creative, patient and sometimes deceptive. This contest asked photographers to submit images that they feel capture the essence of candid street moments, with a special emphasis on images that tell a story, capture a unique moment or transcend all definitions by it's magical quality.

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Juror's Statement:
The spirit of street photography is one of surprise, energy, mystery, irony, life! The entries in this contest represented all those qualities and more. I chose a winner based on a combination of these elements. While there were also entries that were quite strong, in my mind they strayed from the focus of this particular contest.

Ed Kashi


Balance
Juror's Choice
Denise Trotier Johnson
Williston, VT USA
Young Homeless Couple
People's Choice
Leroy Allen Skalstad
milwaukee, WI USA
Saint-Michel Station, Paris
People's Choice
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

From the series
Aida Tejada
Miami, FL USA
Lollipop
Bob Gates
Jamesville, NY USA
Luck of the Irish
Bob Gates
Jamesville, NY USA

Santa Cruz - old Manila
Claude Peschel Dutombe
Bangkok, Thailand
Ceremony
Clive France
Shinjuku, Tokyo Japan
Untitled 4, 2010 (from NYC series).
corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA

Untitled 3, 2010 (from NYC series).
corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA
Untitled 2, 2010 (from NYC series).
corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA
Untitled 1, 2010 (from NYC series).
corey hendrickson
waitsfield, VT USA

Navy Boy in St. Petersburg
Deidre Schletter
Long Beach, Ca USA
N.Y.C. Marathon #2
Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA
Crown Fountain, Millennium Park, Chicago, Illinois
Erik S. Lieber
Brooklyn, NY USA

Smokey Mountain 10
Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada
Smokey Mountain 2
Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada
San Diego
Francois Dagenais
Montreal, QC Canada

Woman with Burka, Washington, DC
Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Flower Market, Hoi An, Vietnam
Hugh Jones
Arlington, VA USA
Abandoned
Jana Benjamin Navratilova
San Francisco, CA USA

Lunch Break
Jim Shirey
Athens, OH USA
Man with Paper from 'Thirteen:Twenty Lacuna'
Katrin Koenning
Melbourne, Victoria AUSTRALIA
Woman and Man from 'Thirteen:Twenty Lacuna'
Katrin Koenning
Melbourne, Victoria AUSTRALIA

Calm amidst a flurry
Lakshmi Prabhala
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India India
5th Av Parade, Belushi masks, NYC
Len Speier
New York, NY USA
Yellow Hat procession - Xiahe, Gansu, China
M. Scott Brauer
Great Falls, MT USA

Uighur bakers - Kashgar, Xinjiang, China.
M. Scott Brauer
Great Falls, MT USA
China Road Workers
Misha Tulek
Rochester, NY USA
Red Wall, Montreal
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

Mile End Corner, Montreal
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Saint Peter's Basilica, Vatican City
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Chair, The Netherlands
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA

Street Football, Italy
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Saint Catherine St., Montreal
Paul Dandurand
South Burlington, VT USA
Marines on Liberty
Peter Earl McCollough
San Francisco, CA USA

Wet boy in Chicago
Peter Earl McCollough
San Francisco, CA USA
Columbus Day Beauty Queens
Peter Earl McCollough
San Francisco, CA USA
Loop Studies: 01
Peter Hoffman
Naperville, IL USA

In the Spotlight
Robert McCurley
Franklin, TN USA
Humankind,
Sameer Tawde
Mumbai, Maharashtra INDIA
Walking home, Beijing
Ted Alcorn
Albuquerque, NM USA

Mannequin and Pedestrians Near 4th and Pine
Theo Stroomer
Seattle, WA USA
Woman in a Vibrant Pink Ensemble Near 5th & Cherry
Theo Stroomer
Seattle, WA USA


Juror: Ed Kashi

Ed Kashi is dedicated to documenting the social and political issues that define our times. Kashi’s complex imagery has been recognized for its compelling rendering of the human condition. “I take on issues that stir my passions about the state of humanity and our world, and I deeply believe in the power of still images to change people’s minds. I’m driven by this fact; that the work of photojournalists and documentary photographers can have a positive impact on the world. The access people give to their lives is precious as well as imperative for this important work to get done. Their openness brings with it a tremendous sense of responsibility to tell the truth but to also honor their stories.”

Kashi’s images have been published and exhibited worldwide. Along with numerous awards, including honors from Pictures of the Year International, World Press Foundation, Communication Arts and American Photography, Kashi’s editorial assignments and personal projects have generated six books.

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