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Recap of the Photography Workshop in San Francisco

Recap of the Photography Workshop in San Francisco

We gathered at Washington square around 11AM. Sunshine beamed brightly, casting shadows and dramatic light. With the theme of the workshop centered around ‘movement,’ a challenge was set for the day to capture the best photo related to motion.

Volume 3: San Francisco's Book & Job Gallery '19

Volume 3: San Francisco's Book & Job Gallery '19

Recap of TSM's launch of our 3rd issue, dedicated to street photography in the Bay Area.

120th Golden Dragon Parade

120th Golden Dragon Parade

 

Los Angeles celebrates 120th annual Golden Dragon Parade in Chinatown District. Photographs by Matthew Nordman 

 


6th Street Low Rider Meet

Photographed and Written By Vanessa Abad
 (@abxdness)



Los Angeles is made up of many different cultures, culturas, which give us the opportunity of learning about them all. Low rider meets began peaking in the 1970s on Whittier Boulevard with young Chicanos showcasing their Mexican American culture. As decades came and went, the families of these OG riders grew and so the involvement of their families grew closer to the original scene of cruising around the streets of LA.

Nowadays, we not only have cruises but actual meets in which we spend...


In the 60s : Photographer Steve Schapiro Captured The Legacy Of Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s

In the 60s : Photographer Steve Schapiro Captured The Legacy Of Civil Rights Leader Martin Luther King Jr.’s

Photographs by Steve Schaprio, Write Up By Kemal Cilengir

During the 1960's Photographer Steve Schapiro captured some of the most iconic photographs of Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. With today being Martin Luther King Jr. Day we remember the impact that he had on history through the lens of Steve Shapiro. 

http://steveschapiro.com/