Due to our travel schedules we’re publishing the September issue tonight (Saturday, September 14) instead of the usual 15th of the month. Please accept my apologies if you received the announcement email earlier this afternoon. That was my fault.
Anyway this month’s issue is now live so check it out and enjoy the excellent street photography we have for you.
Here’s what’s on tap:
- Interview with Shlomi Amiga - Shlomi tells us about his unusual journey to street photography and shares some fascinating experiences he's had along the way.
- In Search of Stories - We all look and we all hear, but so often we don't actually listen or see the people around us. Each person has a story. Ivak Cagil talks about how to reach that story.
- There’s No Place Like Home (For Street Photography) - As is often the case, the acres of diamonds are in our own backyard.
- There’s Always Another Image - Esay Isay explains how photography helps us appreciate the everyday things, persevere, keep going, and never give up.
- Does Film Still Cut It on the Streets? - Take a closer look at the merits and pitfalls of street photography with film cameras with Andrew Walmsley.
- Street Shooters of September 2019 - Top contributions from members of our community
Our street shooters of the month are Zahid Rahman, Carlos P. Beltran, Karl Dedolph, Troy Perano, Pye May Thein and Lodiza LePore.