Welcome to the sixth edition of Street Photography Magazine. I apologize for being a few days late this time. Although this is technically our November issue, we weren’t able to get it out until early December. But not to worry, we’ll still publish our “December” issue at the end of the month.
I’ve enjoyed putting together every issue this year, but this has to be one of my favorites.
This month we’re joined by Andy Butler, publisher of Mobiography Magazine, who has complied some of his favorite mobile street tips from the top contributors to his magazine.
Oliver Duong, publisher of the beautiful Inspired Eye Magazine and host of the podcast by the same name wrote a very helpful article about shooting successfully in any type of lighting situation that you face on the street.
Once again we have two interviews, both from relatively new European street shooters. They both have very compelling stories to share.
Nico Goodden, from both London and rural France, shares his unique work as well as some valuable tips about how he uses social media to promote his work.
Laurent Bertrais, a very gifted photographer from France is new to street photography. He gives us a very open and revealing look at how he thinks, sees and feels as he creates his art. Don’t miss it.
Are you eyeing a Leica for the holidays? If so Vic Schmeltz is back to give us the full story of his Journey to Leica.
And finally, we had another difficult time choosing our Flickr Shooters of the Month. Maybe we should change the name because two of the photographers aren’t even on Flickr. One posts only on Tumblr and the other on 500px. But we don’t care where people post their work. It’s all good. Keep those submissions coming.
Staff and Contributors
Contributors This Issue:
- Laurent Bertris
- Andy Butler
- Oliver Doung
- Nicholas Goodden
- Bob Patterson
- Vic Schmeltz
Cover Image: Saud Faisal
- Bob Patterson – Editor
- Anna Trevino – Assistant Editor
- Kristal Formanes – Graphic Designer
- Matt Fuller – Audio Production
All images in this issue are the property of the respective photographer and cannot be reproduced without the express consent of the copyright holder.