I’ll be out of town tomorrow (we normally publish on Fridays) so I decided to publish the October issue a day early. We have a really meaty issue this month so it’s good that you have an extra day.
Here’s what you will find in this month’s edition:
- Interview with Ed Walker – Ed Walker’s images are stunning and unique. Find out how he got his start in street photography and how he captures amazing portraits shooting wide open on the streets of New York.
- Cuba Libre – Helene Havard explores Cuba as it approaches a new dawn of freedom.
- Road to Matera – Discover the festival of the Patron Saint Madonna della Bruna held in Matera with three Italian street photographers
- Street Photography Composition Rules – Javier Damlow outlines a few of the basic rules of composition as they apply to street photography
- Shooting Tokyo – Dave Powell guides us on a tour of Tokyo, showing us some good places to shoot (and eat!).
- Find the Light, Face Your Fear and Slow Down: Timothy Allen and Majid Saeedi Offer Sage Advice – Gina Williams talks with two of the talented photographers who are to participate in the 2016 Siena International Photography Awards and Festival (Gina will be attending the festival later this month…I’m really jealous).
- Street Shooters of the Month – As usual we have many excellent photos submitted by readers like you. Don’t miss ’em.
Bob & Ashley