Although the Coronavirus pandemic has been temporarily replaced in the headlines, it’s still here and affecting all of our lives. Public places are beginning to open again, but continuing concern about safety is keeps at home. When you can’t shoot the way you like it’s a good time to review your past work and appreciate the work of others.
In this month’s issue you will learn about the street approach of master commercial and travel photographer Lou Jones along with projects from other photographers around the world. And we continue our special series of pandemic related photos from members of our community.
Enjoy and stay safe.
- Interview with Lou Jones - Meet Lou Jones, a master photographer with some excellent advice on how to concieve meaningful projects and then bring them to fruition.
- Pale Blue Dress - Humans have waged war for centuries and played war for almost as long. Brandon Tauszik takes note and documents the Civil War reenactor movement, a movement that is today standing at a crossroads.
- Lisbon - Macon Bauer parties by night and explores the streets of Lisbon by day, capturing the tears in the social fabric of the city’s once quaint neighborhoods.
- Photos of the Pandemic - Our community members' take on the pandemic in their lives.
- Keep Your Head Above Water - Two months ago, Guy Shilo started to document the lockdown in Israel. His project reveals some serious challenges and thoughtfully uncovers what will be needed for people to emerge out of this crisis intact.
- Ho Yin Chan Scofield on Street Photography - Meet a Hong Kong photographer with a desire to always keep learning new ways to share his vision of the world with others.
- Street Shooters of June 2020 - Top contributions from members of our community.
- Our Street Shooters of the Month are: Antonis Giakoumakis, Juancho Domínguez, Kip Harris, Patrick Zélis, Ribhu Chatterjee, Gabi Ben Avraham, David Boam.