Oh yeah, and I’m a contributor there too ;) Curated by Magnum photographer David Alan Harvey, burn is is an evolving journal for emerging photographers.
All the images included are extremely well-curated, so you know every visit you make you will see some truly great images.
They do regular interviews on their blog, and are always a great source of inspiration. I love how he has bridged street photography and travel photography so well, as well as his enthusiasm and passion.
He has great shots and insights, make sure to check him out.
Where would street photography be without Leica and rangefinders?
Regardless, they feature many great interviews with street photographers on their blog and also keep us in the loop with what the masterminds at Leica are up to. Out of all the street photography blogs I listed, “B” from Blake Andrews has definitely got to be my favorite.
I had the great pleasure of meeting with him when I was in Paris, and the guy not only loves street photography but blogging as well.
Their obvious affection for each other was clear from the start.
It always makes the photography so much easier when a couple is affectionate and in love with each other. So cool that even when I got locked into an NYC parking garage by a series of misadventures, and was late for our consultation by an hour, they patiently waited for me … Freddy and Leah, congrats and best wishes for your future together.
With only one event at a time, you have the run of the place.
I really enjoyed meeting and working with Leah and Freddy on their wedding day.