If you are looking for a little inspiration and are into architectural street photography, then we've got a treat for you! The Multiple Exposures Gallery (MEG) is presenting a gallery of new work by Alan Sislen called "Tonal Visions." Bob, who has been to MEG before says it's a "really cool space" and definitely recommends you drop by to check out Sislen's work. It's a show all about light and shadows and shapes and you are going to love it. Here's all the details: When: May 7th - June 15th,
Meet Shlomi Amiga. That's this guy 👇 Shlomi is a talented photographer and photo editor who works on all kinds of projects though, of course, we're partial to his street photography projects in particular. In fact - Spoiler Alert - You'll be able to get to know Shlomi better in an audio interview as our featured photographer in the September 2019 issue of SPM! But in case you can't wait until September to see more of Shlomi's work (we know you can't wait that long), you're in
The SmartFotoFest exhibition is approaching fast, and the deadline for submissions even faster. What is the SmartFotoFest you ask? You can check out the website here, but essentially, SmartFotoFest is an event aimed at "bringing excellence in smartphone photography to the general public." In connection with the festival, there is a photography contest going on. The theme is "connections" and the winner will take home a brand new Huawei P30 Pro, which sports a Leica camera and offers super
Last December I had the pleasure of finally meeting New York photographer Lauren Welles at the Miami Street Photography Festival. I've been a big fan of her work ever since we featured her in Street Photography Magazine in our January 2016 issue. It's one thing to meet someone through our virtual world and it's another sit down and bread bread with them. This week Lauren stopped by to catch up on what she's been doing photographically since her feature. And I must say, she's been very busy.
As a long time actor, Maria Ricossa knows people. You could say she's an expert on human behavior. She has spent a considerable amount of time thinking about what makes different kinds of people and characters tick, and she uses this ability to her advantage when she hits the streets of Toronto where she now resides. Interestingly enough, Maria doesn't spend much of her time shooting Toronto's bustling city center. Instead, she stays a little closer to home and captures everyday stories she
Exciting news street shooters! After quite a long pause, Harvey Stein and Margarita Mavromichalis are hosting another street photography workshop in the big apple. Here's some details from Harvey himself, "I’ve done the five previous workshops with Margarita Mavromichalis-October 2013 and 2016 and April 2014, 2015 and 2016. Each was at the request of several students, and all were quite wonderful and successful. Which leads us to offer the workshop once more, after about a 2 ½ year pause. I
Craig Strong, photojournalist, commercial photographer, founder of Lensbaby and its Chief Creative Officer has mastered the art of reinventing himself over the years. Along the way he has pushed the envelope in both his businesss and personal creativity. As a wedding photographer in the early 2000s Craig create the original Lensbaby to give his photos a more organic look to the images created by sterile digital cameras. After making similar lenses for other photographers he and his partner