Posts filed under: 2019

Check our finalists page for all of the 2019 honored images. Photo by single image contest winner Stan De Zoysa of Spain....
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Sasha Waters Freyer will be doing a Q&A after the screening of her film Garry Winogrand: All Things are Photographable on Tuesday, June 4. Born in Brooklyn in 1968, Sasha Waters Freyer makes non-fiction films about outsiders, misfits and everyday...
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Women in Street is an international community of street photographers. Their show Two Way Street at SF Camerawork is one of this year’s StreetFoto highlights. Join founder Casey Meshbesher and long-time contributor Roza Vulf in a conversation about the organization,...
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The popular podcast Storied: San Francisco (which you should subscribe to if you don’t) will be in house at Harvey Milk on awards night taping stories. Watch for them. http://streetfoto.org/events/storied-sf-podcast-taping/...
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San Francisco’s own Peak Design is the most innovative designer of cutting-edge camera gear, and they’re giving away one of their popular 5L Sling bags to the winner of this year’s Cage Match. Send your entry to info@streetfoto.org with the...
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As always, our flagship exhibition of the finalists of the International Street Photography Awards will be at Harvey Milk Photo Center all week long. Check opening hours at our events calendar....
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Our new partner Peak Design has generously offered to host a lecture and exhibition during StreetFoto and we’re thrilled to have been able to book this project by Bay Area photographer R.E. Casper. This pop-up show is only available 6/5...
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Women In Street founder Casey Meshbesher, a Minnesota Street and fine art photographer and videographer, will be visiting the festival and at the reception for her group’s exhibition of diptychs at SF Camerawork....
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When the City Finds You is a journey through the many vibrant cities and countries San Francisco based photographer CJ Lucero has visited over the last 5 years. From a Refugee Camp to Tasmania and all the small wonders in between, his...
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