Douglas Rogerson

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Douglas Rogerson

Together we fly

de Douglas Rogerson (Portugal)

Douglas Rogerson was born in 1966 in Aylesbury, United Kingdom. Douglas moved to Porto, Portugal in the early 1990s.  After graduating from the Portuguese Institute of Photography he worked as a photojournalist both nationally and internationally. Preferring the long-term project, Douglas endeavors to tell a story through a series of images where the narrative becomes the central focus of the work.

In the bustling streets of Amsterdam, I embarked on a street photography project that delved into the intricate tapestry of human behaviour and the multifaceted human condition. This project was an exploration of the vivid and nuanced aspects of urban life, emphasizing the subtle interplay of colours, forms, and shapes that define the city’s visual identity. The use of juxtaposition was used to create striking contrasts within the urban landscape. It was through these carefully composed frames that I unearthed the playful and serendipitous moments that define life on Amsterdam’s streets.


Portfolio du workshop Créer une série photographique narrative en street photography avec Ed Kashi, Octobre 2023.

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