The August issue of SPM is available for download. Here’s a sneak peak as to what’s inside:
This month’s featured photographer is David Winkler. David is a retired L.A. police detective who now spends his time on the streets shooting what he sees with a camera. David shared his thoughts about how street photography has been changing. He also talked about a project he carries out in connection with Los Angeles’ large homeless community. Be sure to listen in to the audio interview as we cover more than just a few interesting talking points.
Next, we are proud to present the work of Vitor Sa, an extremely talented Brazilian photographer. His project, “Copa Na Copa” shines light on the reality of Brazil’s famous beaches in Rio. He also showcases the warmhearted people of the area and how his culture has begun to change over the course of the past few years. This is an exemplary street photography project, so pay close attention if you are working on a project of your own.
In the article “India Along Brahmaputra,” Giuseppe Russo will take you off the beaten path on a journey through Northern India into the “land of mountains bathed by the rising sun.” You’ll follow a less-traveled route and meet a plethora of different ethnic and tribal groups. The article is very informative. In fact, it probably has enough information for you to start planning your own trip to this intriguing part of India.
Also in this issue, Dragan Brankovic wrote up a detailed review of the Fuji X70. If you’ve been considering adding this camera to your gear set, be sure to read this article to find out the pros and cons of this camera.
And last but not least, we’ve got some stellar images to share with you from our street shooters of the month. Remember, you can always submit your own images for the “Street Shooters of the Month” section for consideration. Follow this link for specific instructions on how to submit. Who knows? Your image might show up in the next issue of SPM.
So head over to the newsstand to download the August issue and as always, happy shooting!