The Coronavirus pandemic has touched the lives of every person on the planet in one way or another. How is it affecting your life and how do you capture it in photographs?
Just a few weeks ago we asked you to share your photographic take on this life-changing by submitting your photos of this historic event either directly through our website or through our Facebook Group you delivered. Your response has been overwhelming.
Each month Street Photography Magazine will include a special article with pandemic related photos submitted by the community. We will continue publishing these articles until either the pandemic subsides or you stop submitting photos. And the article is in the magazine it will be available outside our paywall free to everyone.
To help us identify your submissions, please start your description with the tag #Coronavirus.
Here are a few selections for this month.
Dystopia by Cristóbal Carretero Cassinello
Dystopia is a very bad or unfair society in which there is a lot of suffering, especially an imaginary society in the future, after something terrible has happened.
The Gaze in the Middle Wears a Mask by Carlos P Beltran
In the early days of the Covid 19 pandemic, few New Yorkers wore masks and even fewer practiced social distancing. This photograph was taken in Manhattan on February 17th 2020.
Ghost Jeep by Joseph Smith
My daily ‘social distancing’ walkabout has resulted in quite a few neighborhood photos and this one is special. A blustery wind on a stormy day pushed and pulled at the silver cover on this Jeep revealing its shapes and contours.
The Golden Years, part 1 by Lodiza LePore
Williamstown, MA 2019 Those so-called “Golden Years” seems to be just another myth.
Rickshawalah wears a mask, Dhaka, Bangladesh, March 2020. by Paul Adkisson
#coronavirus Rickshawalas (rickshaw pullers) sometimes wear masks to combat the thick smog and pollution that plague the streets of Dhaka. However, in the past few weeks they have become ubiquitous. Roadside sellers now pawn masks to riders in cars instead of the usual jute baskets or flowers.
Social Distancing by Kevin Icabales
Due to the increasing number of COVID-19 patients, the administration recently put markings on elevators for social distancing in our condominium. Only maximum of four persons are allowed.
Corona Virus & Street photography by Perry Hall
Here is a photo to can describe “social distancing” during the pandemic era. This was taken in Rome, Italy.
Bronx by Irina Escoffery
Grandmother’s Advice by Harsh Mathur
Grandmother’s Advice!! Stayathome, staysafe!!
Williamsburg, Brooklyn, NY by Geert-Verstrepen
Williamsburg, Closed, NY by Dan Spencer
Shopping in a time of social distancing by Chris Talbot
Capturing Life With My Camera On The Streets Of Tucson Arizona In The Wake Of The 2020 Corona 19 Pandemic… by Alex Casares