Process 057 ☼ Process Community Feature Pt. II
GIVEAWAY: Framelines Vol. 2 Street Photography Magazine
This week’s letter is the second ever Process Community Feature. That’s right, images submitted by you! And you impressed me, once again. Beautiful work!
If you’re reading Process for the first time, my name is Wesley Verhoeve and I’m a photographer and curator. In each issue I share my experiences in photography. For instance - how to take environmental portraits, or how to ask a stranger for a portrait, or the basics of creating a portfolio. Check out the Archive for more.
This week’s PROCESS GIVEAWAY comes courtesy of my pals Josh and Shane who just published the new second issue of their street photography magazine Framelines.
Note: this issue is long with many images so I recommend reading it in your browser because it will get cut short in your email program.
Photography by the Process Community
All of the photos in this issue were submitted as part of the giveaway in Process 055, in partnership with Shoot Film Magazine. We were overwhelmed with so many great submissions that I couldn’t fit them all. We’ll do this again soon, don’t worry.
We’ll start off with the three Giveaway Winners as selected by Stu of SMF and myself. Their work will be featured on the Shoot Film Magazine Instagram account soon.
I really enjoyed Silvia’s clean, mysterious, and playful images. They have a strong graphic element with pleasing lines and compositional smarts so it did not surprise me to find she’s also a graphic designer. Check out more of her work on her website.
Daniel’s work has a lovely simplicity to it. Many of his images were imbued with a sense of isolation and serenity, including the one below. The colors pop, the vibe is intringuing, and they inspire more questions than they answers. Check out more of Daniel’s work on his website.
Harold’s work is colorful and atmospheric. Sometimes a dramatic portrait, other times a surprising city reflection, always cinematic. For more check his website.
More Photographers from the Process Community
Below is a selection of the remaining submissions. Unfortunately we got so many submissions that I couldn’t fit everyone in but we’ll do this again in a few months so there will be more opportunities to be seen by your fellow Process readers.
Jason Haji-Joannou (left) and Billy Foote (right)
Sama Beydoun (left) and Scott Russell (right)
Justine Requa (left) and Redha Kebir (right)
Carlos Arzaga (left), Matt Bozec (mid), Evangelos Michelinakis (right)
Douwe Krooshof (left), and Sascha Niethammer (right)
Redha Al Hammad (left) and Leah Damgaard (right)
Henrique Nichele (left), Alessandro Chiariotti (mid), McKenna Petersen (right)
Michael Tucker (left) and Shanil Lakhlani (right)
Fjoralba Golikja (left), Glenn Haggis (mid), and Evangelos Michelinakis (right)
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Many thanks to everyone who submitted including those who weren’t featured this time around. Check out the previous Process Community Feature in issue 041 here.
That’s it for this week! Next week I will unveil a brand new project I’ve been working on for the past 8 weeks and I’m so thrilled for you to be the first to see it.
Before you scroll down to the Giveaway I have a favor to ask. If I hit 1000 subscribers on the Process YouTube channel I can turn off ads.
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Keep shooting and take good care of yourselves and others.
My pals Josh Edgoose and Shane Taylor launched the second issue of their street photography magazine Framelines, filled to the brim with beautiful work by the both of them as well as Joshua K Jackson, Polly Rusyn, Aiyush Pachnanda, Brandon Ruffin, Justin Jamison, Julie Hrudová and a bunch of others. You can win this very issue!
To enter email me at firstname.lastname@example.org using the subject line PROCESS GIVEAWAY 057 before 11pm EST on April 20th and answer the following question:
What would be two topics you’d like to learn about in a photography workshop?
Tip: Just think about what you’d most like to learn about, which can be as broad or as specific as you’d like.
The winner will be randomly drawn and notified. This giveaway is for Process subscribers only. Subscribe by clicking the button below:
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