Books and Resources

Street Photography Planet: Check Out Our New App

November 10, 2015

Starting this month, we’ve decided to share and explore the world of street photography through a new platform by creating a new street photography app. You can find it in the Apple App Store for free. Simply type “Street Photography Planet” in the search bar then tap “get” followed by “install”. You might be wondering why we […]

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Harvey Stein’s Newest Book – Briefly Seen – Just Published

November 5, 2015

Portrait of a Woman with Umbrella , 1993 ©Harvey Stein New York street photographer, educator and mentor to some really amazing photographers, Harvey Stein, has just published his latest book Briefly Seen New York Street Life. This is the third in his series of books about New York City. The first, Coney Island 40 Years […]

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Street Photography Themed Calendar for 2016

October 21, 2015

Street Photography Magazine contributor, Michael Hyatt, has created a new street photography themed calendar for 2016. And I must say it’s pretty cool. Michael and avid documentary photographer for many years has been making themed calendars for many years. This year he decided to make one using street images from 12 different shooters worldwide. We […]

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“Paradise & Purgatory: SASSY ’70s Suburbia & The City” by Meryl Meisler

October 6, 2015

NY, NY Easter Sunday 1977 Meryl Meisler is at it again with a new book, “Paradise & Purgatory: SASSY ’70s Suburbia & The City.” This time, Meryl juxtaposes intimate images of home life on Long Island alongside NYC street and night life. Here’s a small excerpt from the press release: “The photos and stories illustrate Meryl’s coming […]

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New York Street Life “Briefly Seen” by Harvey Stein

August 4, 2015

“As individuals in New York City, when we become part of the crowd, we lose our individuality if only for a few minutes and become part of the fabric and mosaic of the city. We are the city, we belong and are beholden to the city, our identity is expressed through and of the city. […]

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