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Joy Celine Asto is a writer and film photographer from Manila, Philippines. She regularly contributes to photography and creative publications, mainly Photofocus, where she is currently the Managing Editor. While primarily a portrait photographer influenced by emotive and conceptual styles, she also occasionally dabbles on street photography. Joy also self-publishes zines, a number of them featuring her own explorations in street snaps.

Interviews

Erik Witsoe: Capturing Scenes of Intimacy Out i...
Erik Witsoe: Capturing Scenes of Intimacy Out in the Streets By Joy Celine Asto “I notice hands wherever I go,” Warsaw-based Erik Witsoe began in his intro for his street photography series, “Touching, Feeling and Grasping Intimacy.” He ties this [...]

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Florian Mueller: Showcasing Shanghai’s Vibrant ...
There’s no doubt that Shanghai is one of the world’s busiest and most vibrant cities, known for its historical, cultural, and urban landmarks. However, instead of placing the spotlight on any of these popular spots, the Cologne, Germany-based advertising and [...]

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Anthimos Ntagkas: Capturing Humor in the Streets
There is humour everywhere and in everything, but it takes a keen observation to notice it out in the streets. For many street photographers, it’s one of the things to keep an eye out for. The scenes will compel you [...]

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Daniel Sackheim: Street Photography Anchored On...
There is drama in the everyday and a poignant story to tell even in the most mundane scenes. However, it often takes a trained eye and a taste for profound narratives to pluck it out of the humdrum of daily [...]

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Gökhan Arer On The Pursuit Of Illusions Through...
Gökhan Arer, On The Pursuit Of Illusions Through Clever Street Photography Compositions When talking about Henri Cartier-Bresson’s concept of the Decisive Moment, many street photographers tend to simplify it as a perfectly timed capture of a spontaneous event. However, there’s [...]

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