Deadline: 20 October 2019
The eighth issue of AAP Magazine will show the best projects on the topic "Street" and invites you to participate in an open call.
Britannica's encyclopedia defines street photography as "a genre that documents everyday life in public places".
Photographers have been shooting their environment since the invention of photography. Louis Jacques Mandet Daguerre's "View of the Boulevard du Temple" shows the Paris street in 1838. Later, many other photographers, inspired by improvements in mobility and camera quality, decided to shoot urban life.
Charles Negret, Eugene Atje, Alfred Stiglitz, André Kertés, Berenice Abbott, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Brassay, Walker Evans, Robert Frank, Diane Arbus, Vivian Mayer, Harry Vinogrand, Lee Friedlender, William Eagleston are among the cult authors who captured the changes in the rapid life of cities and towns.
Street photography is still a popular form of art, an important way to convey the heart and soul of society.
Send a series of works or portfolios showing the strange and wonderful moments unfolding before you! Items for shooting entirely at your discretion. Any method of shooting and processing is allowed.
The winners' portfolio will be published in the eighth printed issue of AAP Magazine. They will receive a free copy of the magazine and their work will be presented in the gallery at www.all-about-photo.com