I continue to be amazed at the quality and variety of street photography that is being made by our featured photographers, article contributors and everyday shooters who submit their photos through our website. The work you will see in the May issue is no exception.
Meryl Meisler, our featured photographer this month, teaches us that we’re all historians who capture the moments around us to preserve for the future (just look at her work from the 1970s and beyond). That’s so true.
When you’re out in the cold and the heat, alone, often frustrated and you wonder if anyone cares or if you make a difference…you do.
Thank you for sharing your unique vision of the world with the rest of us. Don’t stop.
You guys are amazing.
- Interview with Meryl Meisler - A veteran street shooter talks about her time documenting disco in the 70s and how powerful printing your work can really be.
- Street Photography: The Hunt for the Woman in the Red Dress - The key to the perfect, scenic street shot? The woman in the red dress. Here's how to find her.
- San Telmo – La Boca: Art, Rebellion & Tango - A kind of pilgrimage takes a couple to a unique area of Buenos Aires where a passion for art, rebellion and tango is in the air.
- Geometrical Saigon - Capturing minimalist geometrical images in the chaotic city of Saigon is no easy task - but Victor is up for the challenge.
- Street View in Colour - Is it possible to see the ever popular Cuba in a new light? Andreas explains his approach to this well-photographed city.
- Street Shooters of May 2019 - To submissions from members of our community.
- Our Street Shooters of the Month are: Irina Escoffery, Wayne Richards, Robert Daveant, Jasmin Gendron, Marcin Piekalkiewicz, David Brodsky.