Photography News Issue 70


Untitled This was taken near Bank station in London. I love the area for its

architecture and rather serious-looking Londoners walking to and fro about their business. At night, this particular archway is bestowed with a fine shadow line originating from the street lamp above. The combination of nice light, shape – as well as an interesting subject – is something that does not happen very often, so for me these opportunities have to be taken when they can. Location: London, UK. Camera: Leica MonochromM (Typ 246) with Leica Summilux ASPH 50mm f/1.4. Exposure: 1/180sec at f/2.8 and ISO 2000 @alan_schaller

Untitled This was taken on a work trip to Australia to launch a new fragrance brand. It was a short trip and jet lag pursued me throughout... In Sydney, we had a few hours off from a pretty gruelling schedule and went to have lunch at Bondi Beach. Afterward, we took a short stroll on the beach and I started shooting.Whenever I’m on work trips, taking photos always happens on borrowed time – there’s inevitably somebody waiting for me to hurry up and finish so we can move on. In this case it was my husband Sebastian and a charming woman who was taking us to our next appointment. Location: Bondi Beach, Sydney, Australia. Camera: Apple iPhone 6s and Hipstamatic app. Exposure: 1/1923sec at f/2.2 at ISO 25 @eauditalie


Fries (7) I shot this at the end of a market day in winter. Can you imagine the same shot during daytime with a crowd waiting to order their fries? It would have been a rather ordinary image. This photo is defined by absence: the absence of light and the absence of any people around. These absences, together with the electric lights, create this melancholic Edward Hopper feeling, which makes this image interesting. Location: Berlin, Germany. Camera: Sony a7R with 25mm f/2 lens. Exposure: 1/80sec at f/2 and ISO 800 @martinuwaltz

Masters of Street Photography , edited by RobYarham, is a 176-page hardbackmeasuring 23x28.5cm and costs £25. Each image is beautifully reproduced on fine quality paper so you can enjoy the fine detail of every image, as the photographer takes you behind the scenes of each shot with detailed commentary. If you enjoy street photography and want to hone your skills further, this is the book for you.

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