Street Photography Award September 2017


Finalists

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  • © Alan Schaller

    Judge: Alan Schaller

    Alan Schaller is a British photojournalist and street photographer based in London. With an emphasis on black and white photography, Alan’s images depict moments conveying the realities and diversities of human life.

    Drawn to geometric scenes as well as vivid light and shadow, he has worked and traveled around the world to places such as Africa, The Middle East, The USA, Australia and much of Asia and Europe.

    Over the years his work has been featured and published in magazines such as The Financial Times, Time Out, Buzzfeed, The Independent and The Metro.

    Last year Alan co-founded the Street Photography International (SPi) collective, dedicated to promoting and curating the best work in the genre.

Suresh Naganathan
© Suresh Naganathan
black and white street photo of man crossing street in New York City in snow storm by Juan Carlo Calingo
© Juan Carlo Calingo

Current Theme:
Street Photography Deadline: 30 September 2022

“It’s not the streets, it’s where the streets lead you that’s important.” – Bruce Davidson

This month we are celebrating street photography of all styles, and are on the hunt for your most compelling examples!⁠ – Candid depictions of quotidian life; prismatic hues amongst the grey of the city; subtle moments of joy, humor, or love: we want to see YOUR streets!⁠


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