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  • الكاتب MY Dream
  • تاريخ اﻹضافة 2016-10-29
  • مشاهدة 6
Below, you'll find our editors' favorite stories from the past week: An honest, revealing interview with Fabricio Brambatti, the top winner of our Street Photography Awards; a conversation with Mutsuko Ota, editorial director of IMAmagazine (one of our favorite international publications) and two very different books that offer fresh ways of seeing the world. We hope you enjoy!
 

Editors' Pick:
New York Legs: From Instagram Phenomenon to Amazing Photobook
If you love quirky street fashion from New York (or from any streets around the world), you're going to love this gem of a photobook. Photos by Stacey Baker.


An Expert's Insights:
Does the Photograph Connote Power?
"Photography is a form of global expression—IMA aims to reveal the meaning, context and story behind a work in order to convey its essence." An interview with Mutsuko Ota, the editorial director of this delightful Japanese publication. Photo © Yoshinori Mizutani


Awards Spotlight:
My Sweet Paradise (Continued)
Street Photography Awards 2016: 1st Place, Series
A rough, raw and gritty series that is also filled with tremendous compassion—learn the full story behind this controversial, award-winning project in an extended interview with the man behind the camera, Fabricio Brambatti.
[Warning: contains images of violence and nudity which some viewers may find disturbing.]



From Our Contributors: Interview
The Price Of Jade
"Myanmar's jade business may be the biggest natural resource heist in modern history"—essential reporting from one of the world's least connected and most underrepresented countries, told from the perspective of a local storyteller. Interview with Minzayar Oo.


Book Review:
The Unseen: Seeing the World Anew, in Infrared

This lovely photobook reveals new worlds; it takes us on an eye-opening journey from England's most haunted village to the flooded fields of Assam, passing by dazzling blue glaciers and a crimson-drenched apiary—all through the inverted vision of infrared film. Photos by Edward Thompson, published by Schilt Publishing.

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