Five years ago this week we published the first issue of Street Photography Magazine. What began as an experiment has transformed into a lively community of like-minded photographers and a voice for street photographers everywhere.
I am grateful to each and everyone of you for supporting us and sharing your personal photographic journeys with our readers. You have made this labor of love become one of the one of the truly amazing experiences of our lives.
OK, enough with that, here’s what to expect in this month’s issue:
- Interview with Mariana Moraes - Meet the lovely Mariana Moraes, a filmmaker and photographer from Brazil who draws inspiration from paintings and has mastered capturing natural light.
- Photography Changed Me - Documenting a country in distress led to a metamorphic experience for Mauricio Jimenez who says, "I no longer see life in the same light I used to, life changes, photography changed me."
- Is it Easy to be a Freak in Northern Goa? - Each year, a mysterious event takes place in Goa. Alexander Snihovskiy discusses what it means to be a freak as he documents the annual Freak Parade there, founded by Belgium clown Zou-Zou.
- The Energy of New York - It's undeniable. New York City has a singular energy and everyone can feel it. But can street photography capture it? Join Frederic and Bob as they share their opinions.
- Bram Vangampelaere on Street Photography - Bram always had an interest in photography, but when he started introducing people in the frame, the story he was trying to tell got much more interesting.
- Street Shooters of April 2018 - Top submissions from our community
- Take Time to Notice the Details - Meet James Wilkinson, a world traveling street photographer who loves the speed and unpredictably of shooting the streets and is an expert at capturing dramatic street portraits.