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Shooting San Francisco through the Decades

New America Media, Video, Ryan Furtado and Ann Bassette Posted: Aug 04, 2009

Editor's Note: For several decades San Francisco photographer Ted Pushinsky has been stepping outside his front door and capturing life on the streets in San Francisco. An established photographer whose work has appeared in Time, Newsweek, and Ring magazine, Pushinsky has documented street life in his own unique and timeless style. Whether it is 1979 or 2009 Pushinskys work spans decades with a consistent look and feel. Carrying on the traditions of black and white documentary street photography, Pushinsky is a photographer who has evolved with the times and yet still has deep roots in the past.

Untitled from Ryan Furtado on Vimeo.

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