Street Photography By Vincent Pflieger

French photographer and videographer Vincent Pflieger discovered his interest for taking pictures when his dad gave him an old analogue Yashica FX-D camera. “It was actually the same camera that captured my first steps when I was a child. I just tried this antiquity for fun, and actually liked it“, remembers the photographer.

“It was actually the same camera that captured my first steps when I was a child. I just tried this antiquity for fun, and actually liked it“ 
He took up towards photography just because he got fascinated with pictures as a way of expression. As a consequence, he started street photography in Paris which he continued after having moved to New York City in order to study journalism.

From then on, Pflieger strolled through the streets of New York to capture people in everyday situations and chance encounters. In the beginning he experimented with black-and-white photography as well as with color photography. But after gaining more and more experience, he found out that he preferred colors.

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All images © Vincent Pflieger

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