Today’s guest is Gulnara Samoilova. She’s an accomplished street photographer, founder and, curator of the Women Street Photographers Instagram feed. She is also an award-winning Associated Press photojournalist most notably for her photographs taken during the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York on 9/11. Her work is part of major collections at venues like the Museum of the City of New York, The New York Public Library, New York Historical Society, The Akron Museum, 9/11
In April of this year, photographer Jeffery C. Johnson published a book with images spanning decades of his own photography. Here is how Jeffery describes this body of work: "This is a collection of photographs of people. There are well-known people (musicians, actors, and politicians) and unknown (shoeshiner, busboy, and panhandler) and more. These photographs, shot in Street Photography and Spontaneous Portrait circumstances, over many years and in different places, capture unique
Just a quick note to let you know that we just published the annual special issue with the 2019 Miami Street Photography Festival finalists and winners. Each year the entries in this amazing festival get better and better. This year is no exception. Also, we are very proud that the cover image was made by Eric Davidove a regular contributor to Street Photography Magazine and active member of our Facebook group. And don't forget our December 2019 issue will be published tomorrow
In this episode, our guest is Michael Kowalczyk, a photographer I met last year at the Miami Street Photography Festival, where I was honored to be asked to do a portfolio review with him. Michael is a multimedia specialist at the University of Konstanz in Germany. He's also a prolific street photographer. Since we met last year, Michael has leveraged his skills as a multimedia expert and photographer to create the unique website streetphototip.com, an excellent resource for the street
About the Exhibit We are pleased to announce our Sixth Annual Street Shooting Around the World Exhibition! The exhibit will run from February 7 – March 6, 2020, with opening night reception scheduled for Friday, February 7, 7-10 pm, 2020. The theme is street shooting around the world. The juror, David Gibson, will select images for exhibition based on creativity, originality, and quality. There is no limit to the amount of images which can be submitted. Prizes Single Image Competition $250
Stephen McLaren, editor of Magnum Streetwise, is a freelance photographer, author, curator, former TV Producer and aspiring script writer. Born and raised in Scotland, he now resides in Los Angles, California. In addition to being a very talented writer Stephen is also a highly accomplished street photographer himself. Some of his personal street photography is displayed in this article. Magnum Streetwise is a collaboration between Stephen, his publisher, Thames & Hudson and the
Check out this video clip that demonstrates a very cool interactive street photo exhibit that Lauren Welles created in a collaboration with Coolture Impact. The exhibit can be seen in the Times Square area through the end of November. You can see it at the SW corner of 42nd Street and 8th Avenue (North wall of the Port Authority Bus Terminal). Lauren says to bring the kids.
Blogging about your street photography carries with it some huge benefits. You'll see traffic to your website increase and you'll notice the people who come stay longer as they get to know your work on a new level. In a world flooded with street photography images, writing about your photography will make your images stand out as unique. Your images will carry more weight as you shed light on the stories they contain, regardless of whether the story is about yourself or your subjects. Best of