Progressive Street sees you as an outstanding artist and would like to invite you to submit street photography related articles.
Our world audience through: Facebook, Web Site, E-zine, would like to share your street photography experiences.
We want our audiences to go on a journey with you, through your images and accompanying narrative, living and breathing your artistry.
The article must be to a professional standard, translated to English and grammatically correct. We can offer advice on the images to be used and the forum for display.
We are currently a non profit making organisation, but can offer you a passionate audience, linking them to your: Business, Sites, Books, Sponsors and Equipment.
Please do not hesitate to contact us for further clarification
A Narrative is a description or chronicling of events.
In the articles that we publish, we want you to take the reader on a descriptive journey along with your images.
We want the reader to feel and live the event.
The reader wants to sink into the atmosphere and sense the fear, conditions, tension or elation.
It is always good to throw in snippets of history or facts from the area you have visited. Maybe items of equipment and brands can be scattered along the way with problems encountered.
You are aiming to have the reader visualise the story, not only in imagery but thought.
The narrative does not want to be too long and repetitive, but quality and evocative that inspires along with the photography.
Any writing must be grammatically correct so it encourages the reader into wanting to peruse or buy the next magazine, or at the very least finish the article and want to follow links to more.
Please remember not to use colloquialisms or slang as the article will be translated around the world.
Progressive-Street is a "gang" of international photographers looking at the other side, yes, but it is in this world.
We are an Art Gallery and Agency: streets all over the World, a sight of reality, the eyes of the street.
We show the effects of globalization. We are a look at the Globalized World. Photography as ethnography, our ethos is an anthropological, sociological, social vision.