We’re delighted to announce that Street Exposé – Global Street Photography II is now available to purchase. It’s a book containing around 78% of mobile street photography by some of the world’s very best mobile photographers. Cara Gallardo Weil (also a fabulous Columnist for theappwhisperer.com Streets Ahead Column) has edited this book in a capturing and unique way. It’s one to savour.
Photographers included within this book are: Allie Astell, Lee Atwell, Lecia Badran-Doane, Rosanna Cappiello, Fiona Christian, Roger Clay, Gina Costa, Alex Dejecation, Mikey Dela Peña, Donna Donato, Alon Goldsmith, Christophe Gremaud, Vivi Hanson Sacerdote, Arjan van der Horst, Eliano Imperato, Martin van de Kreeke, Heline Lam, Ric Maniquis, Jessy Menchaca, Christine Mignon, Paul Moore, Simone Muresu, Pajamadays Nobu, Natali Prosvetova, Marie Raffalli, Catherine Restivo, Noel de los Reyes Villa, Michelle Robinson, Flemming Schmidt, Andrew David Shaw, Mark Allan Smith, Roberto Ursino, Cara Gallardo Weil, Anders Wesslén, Steve Wewerka and Matthew Wylie.
I have added a few screengrabs below to give you an idea of the high content of this book.
All profits from this book will go to Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) – an international, independent, medical humanitarian organisation that delivers emergency aid to people affected by armed conflict, epidemics, natural disasters and exclusion from healthcare. MSF offers assistance to people based on need, irrespective of race, religion, gender or political affiliation.
The decision to select this charity was not taken lightly, as with any charity donation, serious time and thought goes into it. Collectively, as a group involved with the creation of this book, the judgement was made to go with MSF based upon the current conflicts and disasters in the world right now. The doctors from MSDF give their time and sometimes put their own lives in danger to help others, sometimes it can be a thankless task. On a personal note for Cara, MSF also sent doctors over to the Philippines following the horrendous storms of last year.