“Street vs. Documentary Photography and the ‘Truth’: Documenting the Culture of Harlem.” Essential Lens. Annenberg Foundation, 2015. Web. 13 June 2016.
- Street photography is more spontaneous than documentary with no set intentions, and is “inspired by the often surprising nature of street life.” (June 13)
- Street photography really began in the 1930s because the cameras were becoming lighter and easier to carry, allowing for candid photography. Also around this time jazz was really beginning – both are types of art that rely on improvisation and spontaneity. (June 13)
- Documentary photography usually has a goal or an intention to show a social situation, like journalism, and can be used to promote social change. (June 13)