… was better revealed in the light of day”. Benita Suchodrev about her photo series “48 hours Blackpool”.
Shlomi Amiga about photographing one of Toronto’s most famous and historical department stores.
Fabian Schreyer, German based street photographer about his short trip to Chefchaouen, Morocco.
Tang Tawanwad Wanavit about his photo series shot two days before Thailand lost their king Bhumibol Adulyadej
Alessandro Schiariti about photographing between the pillars of the Vatican City.
Nei Valente, New York based photographer about photographing parades, protests and big groups of people
Luca Paccusse about photographing in his hometown Rome
Darren Lehane wanted to see what he could come up with by literally just stepping out of his front door.
Tadashi Onishi about photographing in Shinjuku, Tokyo, his transition from home to work.
Mathias Wasik, member of the New York City Street Photography Collective NYC-SPC, spend a very productive afternoon in Coney Island.
Francesco D’Alonzo takes us on a dive through Vucciria and Ballarò Market in Palermo, Sicily, Italy.
Jack Simon takes us on a four hour dive through the streets of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
Australian Street Photographer shoots people in the low orange sunlight that shines directly down all of Sydney’s Market Street
“I didn’t plan to make a series about the kids growing up orthodox but they quickly intrigued me.” Merel Schoneveld observes the daily live in Antwerp’s diamond district.
Streetmax21 captures the robotic predictability of life in the city of London, made strangely seductive by the formality of its inhabitants.
During his lunch break, Frédéric Saez went street diving around La Madeleine, Paris.
Roy Rozanski dived for unique characters and atmosphere at Carmel market in his hometown Tel Aviv.
Michele Berlingeri takes us on a street dive around Rialto Bridge, in a time of year where this city is still asleep and therefore so different as we all know it. Venice!
Max Gor, photographer from London, went to Women’s March on London, where thousands of women spread a message of inclusiveness and positivity in the wake of the rising tide of intolerance and division that has emerged during the US Election.
Verda Sigura, photographer from Istanbul, Turkey, shows us the unseen parts of Galata District, usually considered the “city center” of Istanbul.