Baltimore street photographer

Noah Scialom, Baltimore Street Photographer

Noah Scialom, Baltimore Street Photographer

100 Photos, 1 Video

Baltimore street photographer Noah Scialom is no stranger to neighborhoods like Sandtown-Winchester. His method is to try to become a recognized face in the community, so when he photographs his subjects, they know and trust him. Armed with either his iPhone or his DSLR, Scialom frequently spends his days walking around Baltimore’s neighborhoods and making documenting the lives of its residents. An occasional freelancer for the Baltimore Sun Media Group, Scialom has made some headlines of his own — including when he recently snapped a photo of a Baltimore police officer with his gun out.

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Kanayo Adibe, Baltimore Street photographer

Kanayo Adibe, Baltimore Street photographer

55 Photos, 1 Video

Baltimore street photographer Kanayo Adibe takes an artistic approach to photography. Armed with his Nikon Df — a full-frame body with no video capabilities, or, as he puts it, “a photographer’s camera” — Adibe travels around Baltimore and Washington capturing street scenes. Using lines and layers, he seeks to find emotion his work.

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John Patterson, Baltimore Street Photographer

John Patterson, Baltimore Street Photographer

62 Photos, 1 Video

If Baltimore street photographer John Patterson could be invisible when he goes around shooting, he would be. Patterson, who runs a Facebook page and Tumblr called The Uncensored City, likes to capture moments with people in impoverished neighborhoods. Having grown weary of seeing photos of Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and other tourist spots, he wanted to show what everyday life is like for residents of these areas.

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Carol Ott, Baltimore Street Photographer

Carol Ott, Baltimore Street Photographer

62 Photos, 1 Video

Carol Ott started her Baltimore Slumlord Watch blog in 2009, “as a way for city residents to discuss and share information on Baltimore’s many slumlords,” her website states. And since both of her parents had a background in photography, it was a natural part of the project. So armed with her Canon 20D, Ott uses photos to capture the blight in many of Baltimore’s neighborhoods, which was the best way she could see to shine a light the issue.

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Scott Mislan, Baltimore Street Photographer

Scott Mislan, Baltimore Street Photographer

50 Photos, 1 Video

As a Baltimore street photographer, Scott Mislan fashions himself more of an instigator than a voyeur. He likes to get people to warm up to him so he can photograph them as they are. He spends a lot of his time taking pictures in and around bars in Canton and Fells Point, where he finds his most compelling subjects.

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Wayne Johnson, Baltimore Street Photographer

Wayne Johnson, Baltimore Street Photographer

30 Photos, 1 Video

Wayne Johnson is all about candid. The Baltimore street photographer, who spends his spare time mostly shooting in Fells Point, came to that realization not long after he started. Johnson is drawn to the active and the interesting. Street performers are among his favorites.

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