IN THIS ISSUE
Mercado do Bolhão – Fran Balseiro
“I love those corners on sunny days, the huge windows where the sun goes through and where I could see those lights and shadows that I like to photograph in the way that you can see in the image in this article. “
Le métro de Paris – Shimi Cohen
A few steps down the street.
Going down the escalator, moving into a parallel space. Down Paris maintains an underground world of ever-changing time and space;
An Analogue World – Jim Payne
“My interest in photography began when I received Kodak Brownie II when I was 10 or 11 years old. As a child I couldn’t afford much film or developing, but the curiosity remained. As a graduating high school student, I borrowed a 35mm camera to shoot slides to illustrate songs I liked. My hobby continued until I was told at age 23 that I was facing blindness due to diabetes. “
My photography trip to Transylvania – Zohar Ferro
“I stayed at the home of a wonderful old woman who even made hot tea because it was miserably cold outside. The house was beautiful, small, modest, and reminded me of my grand- mother’s house, who also lived in a small village on Mount Carmel in Israel. “
A Winner – Kevin Icabales
“An important appeal of street photography is that it helps me develop integrity — and, at the same time, patience. The discipline inspires reflection on how to be more compassionate and tolerant regarding other people, and the importance of living by example. “
Fran Balseiro I’m 58 years old, I’m from a small town in northern Spain called Viveiro in the province of Lugo, where I live and work. Although I do not dedicate myself professionally to photography, it is a hobby to which I dedicate a lot of time and effort. I like to go unnoticed because if you call too much attention you lose most of the photos, people get upset quickly.
Shimi Cohen I am an aerodynamic engineer, 47 years old, based in Israel, in Kibbuz Givat Brener. Photography has been an important part of my life for the last five years. I roamed the streets taking photographs and developed my skills as a street photographer. These days I am concentrated most on documentary photography in series.
Jim Payne is a social documentary photographer based in Los Angeles, California. He is fascinated by how people interact with the places they inhabit, particularly in their homes and on the streets. He has been capturing images of both for decades. Payne grew up in the midwestern United States, he was born and raised near Chicago, IL. He attended Southern Illinois University where he earned a degree in Cinema and Photography. His work on these topics is ongoing. ph © Vern Evans
Zohar Ferro I am 44 years old, live in a small village in northern Israel called Dali’at el Carmel. I am divorced and the father of a charming kid who is now 14 years old. I started my photography career about 10 years ago. Since then I have traveled many places in the world and collected many stories and pictures.
Kevin Icabales My complete name is Kevin Cliff P. Icabales, my friends call me Kevin or Kets. I was born in Manila, Philippines. I’m 28.
Currently a real estate photographer by profession and at the same time a street photographer.
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