Hey guys and happy holidays. The countdown has begun, and 2020 will be history in just 16 days. I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait.
But there’s no waiting for the last issue of Street Photography Magazine of the year because it is now live. It’s also our 99th issue. My how time flies.
We are super pleased to feature the work of Robert Blomfield, a physician from Edinburgh Scotland who documented life on the streets of his city during the 1950s and 1960s. It’s a beautiful story and even better photography. Sadly we learned that Dr. Blomfield had passed away early this morning. So please keep his family in your prayers this holiday season. I know his family will appreciate it.
Here’s what to expect in this month’s issue:
- Robert Blomfield: For the Love of the Photo - A master street photographer makes images dreams are made of.
- Impressionist Street - Drift away from the realism of the decisive moment.
- Street Portraiture for the Faint of Heart - Overcome your fear of approaching strangers to make better street portraits.
- Ori Levi on Street Photography - Ori pushes the limits of his comfort zone to capture exciting images.
- The Lucre Wool Yarn and Fabric Factory - Ever found yourself locked in an abandoned wool factory?
- Street Shooters of December 2020 - Top contributions from members of our community.