Author: Paul

Workshop with Paulo Lobo

On 4/11/2017 Street Photography Luxembourg is organising it’s first street photography workshop held by it’s member Paulo Lobo. The workshop covers the basics of street photography, the different techniques, a closer look at our gear and how to act in public. To get more information and know how to register, please follow the link below.…

LSPF 2017 – Slide Shows

In case you missed the LSPF and our slide night! Here are our slideshows!

Slide Night 2017 from Paul Bintner on Vimeo.

Dirk Mevis SPLux slidenight 2017 from El Dirko Meviso on Vimeo.

these moments… – Slidenight 2017 April – Giulia Thinnes from Giulia Thinnes on Vimeo.

The Old City, Jerusalem from remera on Vimeo.

DavidPhillipsSlidenight2017 from david phillips on Vimeo.

Mäi Lëtzebuerg | Streetphotography from Vääro Nick on Vimeo.

Asphalt Blues from paulo lobo on Vimeo.

Slidenight 2017 LSPF Catalin Burlacu from on Vimeo.

SPLux Slide Night 2017 – Luxembourg Street Photography Festival – EMOP from Christophe Van Biesen on Vimeo.

Slidenight 2017 from Tom Weis on Vimeo.

Leit an der Stad – Luxembourg Street Photography 1950 – 2017

The exhibition features inhabitants of the city of Luxembourg in daily life situations. The works of great Luxembourgish photographers – in particular Batty Fischer, Marcel Schroeder, Tony Krier and Pol Aschman – show snapshots of Luxembourgers everyday life and give the visitor the opportunity to take a walk through the history of the city, just…

interview: Mirela Momanu Street Photographer from Romania

 At its 5th edition, our Slide Night is for the first time part of the European Month of Photography (EMoP).  In this context, Catalin Burlacu, one of our SPLux members and romanian himself, talked to a passionate Romanian photographer interested in street photography, member of various international photography groups and curator for 1x ( Between 2014-2015…

Open Wall

Bring your street pictures and hand them on our Open Wall at Rotonde 1 between the stage and the bar! Max size allowed 10×15 cm! Space is limited, so be there early!