The last few months we have received a flood of submissions from some outstanding photographers from around the world. If you haven’t heard from us yet, don’t hesitate to send a reminder. It’s been so difficult to keep up, we had to get some help.
This month we have have an interview with an excellent Los Angeles based photographer and our first dual language written interview.
Although Los Angeles is a challenging place to shoot on the streets, they have a core group of some very talented shooters who never stop pushing the envelope. I guess that’s typical for the Left Coast. This month I was glad to have an opportunity to speak with cinematographer David Valera who spends his free time shooting in and around downtown LA.
Italian photographer, Fabio Marcato, shared his story along with a collection of thought provoking images from his travels in India and Africa. He wrote his responses in Italian and we had it translated into English. Since we have both versions we are publishing it in both languages. Fabio’s photos are stunning..don’t miss it.
Accomplished Chicago area street photographer, Marie Laigneau, shares her thoughts about using harmony and tension to make more powerful images. Next issue, Marie will be a featured photographer of the month.
Our personal project this month comes from Randall Roberts. Randall travels frequently for his job throughout Western Pennsylvania and uses his free time to document the life in and around the towns of this part of the world. He’s working on a personal project about his travels and has allowed us to publish part of it here.
Once again the Street Shooters of the Month are hitting it out of the park with some really compelling work. Be sure to check out their work here and in more detail on their websites.