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Emmanuel Monzon

URBANSPRAWL, Emptiness. Through my urban sprawl series, I want to photograph the in-between state found in the American landscape. So I capture places of transition, borders, passages from one world to another: am I leaving a city or entering a new environment?

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Andrey Glazkov

Baku, Azerbaijan. For the last few years, I have been working on a project titled “Street photography spotlight on Baku, Azerbaijan”. This project started as a challenge.

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Eyeshot Official partner StreetFoto San Francisco

We are proud to announce the new partnership with StreefFoto San Francisco. Street photographers from around the world are coming to San Francisco June 3-9, 2019. The festival will feature exhibitions, workshops, portfolio reviews, photowalks, live discussion and lectures by street photography masters.

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Peter Ydeen

Easton Nights. Easton Nights is a story which grew from the unique and uncommon valley in which the city lies, and is told with the images of unpeopled landscapes taken at night.

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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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Sean Lotman

Sunlanders. Over the span of five years, I traveled Japan’s many islands photographing the Far East archipelago not as it is at this present moment, but rather as a strange land fused with ethereal phenomena.

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Caleb Stein

Down by the Hudson. I don’t know what post-industrial decline means. It is a vague notion in my head. Boarded-up homes, the husk of dead factories with broken windows and overgrown grass, businesses gone to seed.

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Robert LeBlanc

A New America. A New America is a preview into the new book Robert’s been working on documenting the cultural landscape of America. In collaboration with SONY and New Balance Shoes, Robert just finished a 5-month long road trip documenting over 30 states.

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Guillaume Flandre

DON’T PANYC. New York City is part postcard, part crazy. As iconic as its skyline may be, this is an homage to the people who go through its noisy, stressful streets. These 12 images are a subset of a bigger series on the people of NYC.

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Reuben Radding

The Look That Points the Way. As Jeff Jacobson likes to point out, every now and then a photographer takes a picture that seems to point the way to future images they might make.

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Manuel Pena

Moments in Time. These photos are a snippet on how I perceive the world. My goal is to tell stories using light, shadow, composition, and color. I only have one rule. Shoot anything that interests you and the pieces will fall in place. Enjoy!

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Jeff Karp

Stranger in the Light. This is my primary photography project since the spring of 2017. Stranger in the Light explores candid interactions of people and silhouettes with interesting public spaces filled with intense light and dark shadows.

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