The best thing about a picture is that it never changes,
even when the people in it do. – Andy Warhol
The 7th Issue of our magazine is dedicated to Street Photography, a genre of photography that captures everyday life in a public space, a feeling, or a story told by photographers from different parts of the world, it's all about capturing chance of interactions between everyday human activity within urban areas, but unlike documentary photography, the general content of the scene or its precise location is immaterial.
Streets have always been a significant source of inspiration for photographers, the public places in towns and cities of all sizes and types provide an intensified experience of how we shape our environment and how we live in the environment. Streets offer a beauty of visualization for the eye and the camera to catch. Here we can observe much of the footprints of our culture, and our society, as well as the unique and the personal. Street photography is good because it doesn't require sophisticated photography equipment. On the contrary, the simpler the better. After all, a photographer should not stand out from the crowd, and should not attract attention. He must become part of the street, part of the crowd. Various processes take place on the street so quickly and so unconsciously that the shooting process is intuitive and spontaneous.