If you are looking for a little summer (almost) reading enjoyment, then the May issue is for you. This month it’s packed with a variety of photo stories and projects to challenge you. And don’t miss our interview with pulitzer prize winning photojournalist Essdras Suarez. I learned more from him in one hour than I did last year. Check it out:
- Interview with Essdras Suarez - Pulitzer prize winning photojournalist and street photographer, Essdras Suarez, shares some incredible stories and insights on photography.
- Myrtle Avenue - Robert Gerhardt photographs Myrtle Avenue, seeking evidence and counter-evidence of the claims of Henry Miller, who wrote a fictionalized account of his life in Brooklyn in the 1920s.
- People of the Market - As a humanitarian photographer and filmmaker, it is my job to find characters in ordinary circumstances and bring them to life in an interesting way.
- The Hidden Harmony - One of the essential elements of the photographer is his ability to document and so the questions: What is Hidden Harmony? And can photography demonstrate its existence?
- Hans Leeuwenburgh on Street Photography - I think street photography, for me, is about stealing from reality to create a new - and hopefully interesting - reality.
- Familiar Streets with a Singular Prism - Jean-Philippe's view of urban beauty will have you taking a second look at your own town. Read on to learn about how to combine and compose light, architecture and human beings.
- Street Shooters of May 2018 - Top submissions from members of our community
- Our Street Shooters of the Month are: James Pritchett, Leroy Skalstad, Massimo Scognamiglio, Jyotik Bhachech, Michael Snyder, Elena Baroni, Hal Padgett.