Same But Different – B/W Street Photography by Veronika Kulcsar

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Veronika Kulcsar has had a passion for photography since she was a child. For her, the camera is a tool for creating and painting ideas, just like using a paintbrush. She visualizes themes and merges materials together to create a photo. For her street photography, she tries to use a dialectic approach. For instance, by showing different people in similar situations, she tries to point out the differences as well as the similarities between all people, everywhere.

To see more of Veronika’s work, check out her Flickr photostream and website.

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

Veronika Kulcsar

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  1. Djamel

    Every photographer is good but the great ones are distinguished by experience and posing skills.These 2 things you will only find in this photo.

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  2. Jen

    not very interesting.
    people passing by. the architecture/pattern is not that eye catching.
    many people take similar pictures.

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  3. MAX

    Not great photography. I would not have published it myself. A dozen shots of the backs of people on escalators?? Really? Everyone is a photographer today, even those who have no clue what they’re doing.

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  4. Barry Schwa

    I like the shots – they are very earthy and well composed

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