Books and Resources

Lessons from the Streets – a new eBook by Ibarionex Perello

September 19, 2018

We all make mistakes or suffer from our own misconceptions when struggling to better street photographers. Heck, that’s how we learn. But we learn faster when someone who has already made those mistakes shares their experience and advises on how to avoid making them ourselves. Ibarionex Perello, host of the the Candid Frame Podcast, just […]

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The Italians: Street Photography in Italy

March 29, 2018

For The Italians we thought about focusing on people. What Italians as people are – carriers of vices, virtues and attitudes.

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StreetRepeat: Julie Hrudova Finds Similarities in Street Photography

March 27, 2018

As street photography grows as a genre, daily life around the world unfolds before our eyes. And what’s most striking about it? The countless similarities.

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What is Street Photography?

December 12, 2017

Image by Messay Shoakena As street photography grows in popularity each year, more and more people hear the term and ask – What is street photography? As with any art form, it’s impossible to set concrete laws about what it is and what it isn’t but the essence of street photography is this: Unposed photography […]

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Meet the Street Photography Magazine Android App

November 15, 2017

It’s finally here! We have wanted to expand the magazine to the Android platform for a while now, so we are super excited to announce that you can now download the SPM app on your Android devices as of now! With our new platform, all subscribers automatically have access to the magazine online and on […]

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Have Your Work Evaluated on our Podcast!

October 24, 2017

Have you ever paid to have your portfolio reviewed? Many street photographers are even willing to put that next gear purchase on hold (*gasp) in order to have their work evaluated and critiqued by an experienced photographer at any number of street photography workshops and festivals. If you think about it, this really makes sense. […]

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Lou Jones and the panAFRICAproject

August 1, 2017

At the base we labored in 107 degree temperatures but in front of us were snow capped Atlas Mountains four wheel drive took us until the new road came to an end the pass 7000 feet above sea level the rest of the trek was on foot into the ancient casbah random parts in disrepair […]

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Ten of my Favorite Street Photographers on Instagram

April 25, 2017

Like most millenials, my absolute favorite social network is Instagram. Fewer ads and less written text means a lot more focus on individual images, making Instagram a great place for seasoned street photographers to showcase their work and amateurs like myself to find inspiration. Of course, you still have to sift through a sea of […]

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Get Your Street Photography Reviewed on Our Podcast

February 28, 2017

Hello street shooters! One thing many of our subscribers have expressed an interest in is getting their work reviewed – receiving positive feedback and constructive criticism to help them improve their art. Well, if you didn’t already know, we’d like to let you know we are doing a new series on our podcast called the […]

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Leave your photographic legacy in a digital world

Our First Guidebook About Leaving Your Photographic Legacy in a Digital World

January 17, 2017

Are you ready to use the internet to leave your legacy and tell your story with your images? Most of us want to do just that, but setting up a website, keeping up with social media and interacting with others online can seem overwhelming. With these concerns in mind, we put together our very first guidebook, […]

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Viewbook – Visual Storytelling Grant

December 6, 2016

More than ever, we need visual storytellers, especially those with local perspectives, to decipher meaning from a volatile world. The Viewbook Visual Storytelling Grant supports photographers who explore the varied possibilities of visual storytelling and pursue creative ways of bringing their work to a wider public. The grant is part of a wider ‘Transformations’ program, […]

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Magnum Presents – The Day Trump Won

November 15, 2016

After a contentious Presidential race which brought about many firsts, Donald Trump defeated Hillary Clinton on Election Day. Magnum photographers, in the US and abroad, covered events on election night and the day after. From the mood on the streets to personal reflections, they captured authored perspectives on the world on November 9, 2016. Source: […]

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