I’m happy to tell you that we published the July issue of Street Photography Magazine a couple days early this month. Normally we publish the magazine on the 3rd Friday of each month, but due to summer travel we decided to get it to you early. Here’s what’s in store…
- In This Issue - A quick overview of what's in store in this July issue.
- Interview with Phil Koenig - What's wrong with street photography nowadays? Get a new perspective, one that might be a little more real, from Phil Koenig, a street photographer in NYC who spends 4 - 6 hours every day shooting the streets. (You read right - every day.)
- Typewriters that Never Run Out of Ribbon - Arindam Thokder shows why typewriters are staying relevant in India's judicial system, despite technological advances.
- Road 65 – Life on the Wadi Ara Route - Amir Lavon tells the story of an Arab country road where people prove that we are first of all human, even when political programs put a strain on those they govern.
- Hong Kong Streets - Eric Davidove takes us on a trip to Hong Kong, exploring some of the country's social issues as well as what makes street photography there quite different from street photography in most Western Countries.
- Street Shooters of July 2017 - Top contributions from our community
- Our Street Shooters of the Month are: Adrian Urrejola, George Hughes, Mariana Moraes, Aman Sha, Rob Krauss, Jordan Barab.