We wanted to give all of you a heads up that our October issue is live now and ready for you! If you are currently a subscriber, you’ll be excited to know that this month the magazine features a special audio interview with one of our own favorite photographers, a few interesting street projects, a how-to article and more.
For starters, we were honored to interview Jesper Storgaard Jensen this month, a professional photographer in Rome, whose work we deeply admire. Be sure to listen in on our audio interview with Jesper. Not only does he share some interesting details about himself, he offers up some good advice about how to approach strangers and how to take advantage of personal projects to refine your art as a street photographer.
Next, we have a fantastic street project from Federico Arcangeli, entitled “Freeze”. Federico’s project is all about in-your-face photos filled with unique characters and one bright flash illuminating faces in the dark.
Recently, our editor, Bob Patterson, took a trip to Italy. During his travels, he packed light, shot the streets, created a workflow for editing his shots on an iPad, and even wrote a blog series about his experiences along the way. In his article, “Street Photo Blogging on the Road”, Bob shares his workflow and explains how you can do the same. We’re sure you’ll enjoy his practical advice and the tutorial videos he created.
To wrap up our issue, we have our “Street Shooters of the Month”, back with their inspiring work from all over the world, followed up by another intriguing project, “Raghurajpur” by Raj Sarkar. He takes us to the gorgeous city of Raghurajpur, a place inhabited almost entirely by artisans. The city is full of vivid colors, intricately painted walls and beautiful people. But don’t take our word for it, check out Raj’s project and see for yourself.
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