Why street photography?
Since the early twentieth century, photographers have sought to capture the oddities of their surroundings, a format that today enjoys unprecedented popularity, and one that is widely known as: ‘Street Photography’.
Editorial • September 9, 2020
Photography & Death
Throughout history, great photographers have sought to capture the essence of the human condition, exploring the questions inherent within us all. It is perhaps…
Editorial • September 1, 2020
Richard Kalvar and the everyday
For over five decades, New York born photographer Richard Kalvar has been capturing the intriguing theatre of quotidian life across the globe with remarkable…
Editorial • August 23, 2020
Inland: cooperation over competition
How does a photographer navigate the business side of an industry whilst delivering stories that matter? A collective of 13 photographers have united to…
Profile • August 14, 2020
Widely considered to have changed the face of fashion photography forever, French photographer Guy Bourdin’s innovative voice and visionary work is no longer seen…
Top 10 • August 6, 2020
London in 10 iconic images
Few cities conjure up such an array of evocative yet paradoxical imagery as London, a proud and eccentric city which over the years, has…
Editorial • July 29, 2020
Wong Kar-Wai’s Color Obsession
During the 90’s, Hong Kong Second Wave film director Wong Kar-Wai gaining recognition from film critics after breakout hits like Chungking Express, Fallen Angels…
THEME: STREET PHOTOGRAPHY Deadline: 30 September 2020
Street photography has been one of the most exciting and influential forms of photography since its creation.
Whether the subject is your own city or as you explore other territories and cultures: this month we want to discover the streets through YOUR lens!
1st Prize: $1000 · 2nd Prize: $600 · 3rd Prize: $400
Winning Photographer Sandra Morante
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- Dorothy Parker