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Street Photography: 2 Favorite Books & How to Get Your Photos Reviewed by Our Team



Street Photography: 2 Favorite Books & How to Get Your Photos Reviewed by Our Team
     
This month we're focused on street photography, so here are two street photo books, including a look back at a contemporary classic by one of our jury members, Jacob Aue Sobol.

Plus, check out two interviews with Emerging Talents, and find out how to get your work reviewed by our team of top photo editors, portfolio reviewers, curators, and other industry professionals!
"Hold the Line" — Siegfried Hansen
"Hold the Line" is a beautiful book of Hansen's unique view of what is possible with street photography. It is elegantly designed and printed, and every single image in the book is... keep reading.
"I, Tokyo" — Jacob Aue Sobol
I wanted to meet the people , to get involved in the city, to make Tokyo mine. The pictures in this book are a recording of what I saw and... keep reading.
Interview — Laura Hospes
Made in a mental hospital, on the verge of suicide, these self-portraits offer a piercing window into the gaping maw of... keep reading.
Interview — Paul Thulin
A poetic vision of land, family, and time, inspired by the woods along the coast of Maine. This narrative explores identity, memory and the magical aura of... keep reading.
Featured entries are chosen every day by our editors. To see more head to the Competition Gallery. Enter your work to be seen by our editors and considered for the next round of features! 
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Enter a series in Street Photography Awards 2015 and get a free submission review. We've recruited over a dozen top photo editors, portfolio reviewers, curators, and other industry professionals to give you constructive feedback on your photography plus recommendations for improving your practice.

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Calls for Entry and Events

Exhibition: 50 LensCulture Emerging Talents 2015


Please join us on the evening of Friday, August 28 for the opening party of "LensCulture Emerging Talents 2015" at the SF Camerawork in San Francisco. Come meet many of the talented photographers as well as a part of the LensCulture team! We are really looking forward to showcasing this great work in person and getting the chance to meet many of you!

Festival: Visa Pour L'Image—Opening Soon!


One of the premier photojournalism events in the world returns to Perpignan, France for its 27th edition! During the opening "professional week," thousands of international photojournalists are offered an opportunity to meet with their peers, talk about their work and see some of the best and brightest speak about their projects. For lovers of photojournalism, this is absolutely one of the highlights of the year.

Perpignan, France
August 29 – September 13, 2015

Call for Entries:
New Dutch Photography Talent 2016—Deadline Coming!


New is a book series which annually celebrates the 100 best emerging Dutch photographers of the year. With a print run of 3,000 copies (available to art directors, curators and photography lovers around the world), New makes sure that the featured talent receives quality attention and the global platform it deserves. Potential photographers need to be based in the Netherlands (but don't need to be Dutch). 

Deadline: August 24, 2015

Call for Entries:
Circulation(s)—Festival of Young European Photography


Now in its sixth year, Circulation(s) has once more begun its search to discover and showcase the best of young European photography talent! The call for entries is aimed at European photographers living abroad and artists living in Europe at the moment. Twenty photographers will be exhibited in total, thus creating an overview of the next generation of European
image-makers. 

Paris, France
Deadline: September 10, 2015



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