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Chris Harrison

Streets of Brighton. My home city of Brighton is my inspiration. Brighton has a reputation for being a ‘free-thinking city’ – and my photography reflects some of that free-thinking spirit.

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Kristian Leven

Whilst Out Walking. A collection of street photos, taken over a six year period, that aim to showcase the unusual, beautiful and enigmatic moments that can present themselves to you whilst out walking.

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Kristof Vande Velde

I don’t belong here. Growing up in the nineties, I was always drawn to Thom Yorke’s moving outcry ‘What the hell am I doing here’? – and I still am. I’m quite sure that this perfectly rendered feeling of angst is not only powerful to me but that it resonates with a whole generation and even transcends it.

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Artem Zhitenev

Moscow is the capital of Russia. There are many people here. Moscow almost never sleeps. Moscow is always in a hurry. Moscow never sleeps. Moscow makes money, which is always lacking.

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Jason Ward

Faces of LA. Los Angeles has a heightened sense of theater that extends beyond the studio system and into alleys, archways, churches, and dives.

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Ivan Orbegoso

Visual radiography of Trujillo. Radiography of Trujillo, Peru. These photographs have been taken between 2014 and 2018. They are the result of many wanderings through the streets of the city of Trujillo, Peru.

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Jasmin Gendron

I am not a tourist. We decided to move to Japan last winter… The perception of beauty we have of an area can be influenced by a variety of personal experiences and situations.

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Jayarop Piyapramote

Manga world. I love manga since I was a child. Now I try to take a photo shot in the real world to look as same as the drawing in Manga. Sometime if we are lucky, we might found someone with a weird character on the street. But sometimes we create that person in our mind just like we draw our own Manga in the real world.

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Magelio Venturi

Human Condition. In his ongoing project “Synopsis of the Human Condition”, Magelio playfully revisits the human relentless quest for meaning of life (love, birth, work, marriage, sex, death, etc.), as well as an individual’s sense of disorientation, haunting anxiety and confusion in a universe seemingly absurd, senseless and indifferent and where one does not always fit or have free will.

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Christopher Reuter

My Submission shows some color work I did in the past month. It features work from Morocco, Cologne, Mallorca, Antwerp, Milan, and Genova, all done with a 35mm prime my favorite lens on the streets.

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Patrick Wendt

This is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About. Just a selection of snapshots. I would like to say more about my work, but that’s just what it is. I just like to stay to curious and connected to my surroundings and my camera helps me a lot with that.

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