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I am building a team of international street style photography correspondents for a top New York-based magazine website. Photographers do not necessarily need to specialize in street style, so long as they have enough of a sense of style to select appropriate subjects.

This is a great opportunity for a documentary photographer who travels and is looking for some side work. We pay by the city and require 20+ subjects per city – full lengths, details and portraits are all okay. We are particularly interested in coverage of the following territories:

Buenos Aires
Tel Aviv
Hong Kong
Africa – any city

Please send a link to your work if you are interested. Suggestions welcome.

by Emily S at 2012-05-20 17:36:07 UTC | Bookmark | | Report spam→

Hi Emily,
Based in Harare, Zimbabwe but could do India too, used to live there for 5 years.

Examples of my work:
in Vogue
the Kingfisher logo
No Comfort exhibition
my flickr site

by preston rolls | 21 May 2012 08:05 (ed. May 21 2012) | harare, Zimbabwe | | Report spam→
Since you joined yesterday, how about YOU give us some details about yourself???

by Ethan Knight | 21 May 2012 10:05 | Bangkok, Thailand | | Report spam→
+1 from me on @Ethan’s comment

by Matthew Richards | 21 May 2012 12:05 | Bangkok, Thailand | | Report spam→
Yeah, a link to the website, and a bit more info would be nice. “Pay by the city”?

by John Louis Lassen Perry | 21 May 2012 12:05 | Liberty Corner, New Jersey, United States | | Report spam→
Hey Emily…

any city in Africa? Really? Oh and guess you mean Montreal, not “Monteral”?

by Matthew Richards | 21 May 2012 13:05 | Bangkok, Thailand | | Report spam→
Hi Emily. I’m from Buenos Aires. In my site you’ll find a sample of my work. I’d happily upload some more relevant stuff as soon as I have some spare time. In the meantime, some more details about who you people are would be really nice.
Mi site: http://www.patriciomurphy.com.ar

by Patricio Murphy | 21 May 2012 18:05 (ed. May 21 2012) | Buenos Aires, Argentina | | Report spam→
Hello Emily,

Me too I’m on the side of “how about more details about yourself”. Several photogs here and I were seduced two years ago, by a collective call “Latitude magazine”. It all start here with an advice like yours. It end up that the guy who got us in his project, run away with our photos and we never heard of him since. So please, if your serious, give us all the necessary details.

Thank you


by Yves Choquette | 21 May 2012 23:05 | Montreal, Canada, Canada | | Report spam→
Hey Emily,

I’m based in Dublin and would be interest and availability to collaborate with you. here’s the link to some of my most recent work – http://www.paulonunesdossantos.com

looking forward to hearing from you.

by Paulo Nunes dos Santos | 21 May 2012 23:05 | Dublin, Ireland | | Report spam→
hey Emily i´m based in buenos aires.
This is my link, sole

by Soledad Aznarez | 21 May 2012 23:05 | buenos aires, Argentina | | Report spam→
Hi Emily,

Please let me know if you are interested with Suriname, Brazil, Guyana, French Guyana. I’m also planning a new trip to Turkey / Istanbul and other cities too soon.

You may check my blog or my LS profile for more links & information etc.



by Ertugrul Kilic | 22 May 2012 02:05 | Paramaribo, Suriname | | Report spam→
Hi Hemily

This is Giuseppe, an Italian press photographer based in Rio de Janeiro.

I correspondent for some European and Brazilian media, both as writer and video/photojournalist.

Please, sign in the following link to read my curriculum and look at a sample of my work:



Thanks, all the best


by Giuseppe Bizzarri | 22 May 2012 13:05 | Rio de Janeiro, Brazil | | Report spam→
Anyone other than me think it’s fun that dear Emily (location unknown) hasn’t replied to us yet :P

by Matthew Richards | 22 May 2012 13:05 | Bangkok, Thailand | | Report spam→
Hello Emily, I am building a team of international street style photographic print & web base magazines for a top South East Asia photographer. Publishers do not necessarily need to specialize in street style, so long as they have enough of sense of style to select appropriate pay scale.

This is a great opportunity for a documentary publication about travel and is looking to fund a photog in need of cash. I will accept cash bank deposits only before assignment. Again print or web base are both okay. I am particularly interested in coverage of the following locations.

You Pick the spot.
Anywhere you want.
Now or Tomorrow.
Even on a Spacecraft.
& You jerk me I’ll jerk you.

by gary dwight miller | 22 May 2012 15:05 (ed. May 22 2012) | Brooklyn, N.Y., United States | | Report spam→
Emily: take our pictures and run…….

by Ruben MB | 22 May 2012 15:05 | madrid, Spain | | Report spam→
Thank you all for your responses. A few answers to your notes/questions:

1. Yes, I meant Montreal. My apologies for the typo.

2. Yes, any city in all of the continent of Africa. I know that sounds ridiculous, but it is also a territory where we currently do not have any photographers. I recognize that it is an entire continent.

3. As our site is relaunching in August as a standalone spin off from said major magazine, I am not putting it in writing on the internet until it is formally announced. I would be happy to provide more details if you PM me.

Thank you,

by Emily S | 22 May 2012 21:05 | Brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
Also, please note that I am looking for street style (think Sartorialist, Mr. Newton, Tommy Ton) and not street photography.

by Emily S | 22 May 2012 21:05 | Brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
Oh, and to clarify the pay, we are building slideshows of 20 images by the city. For example, one “Street Style from Tokyo” slideshow would contain 15-20 slides. Our budget is $300 US flat for each slideshow. The images would be embargoed for one month from date of publication.

by Emily S | 22 May 2012 21:05 | Brooklyn, United States | | Report spam→
Yes, Yes, I agree it’s all in the DETAILS;-D

by gary dwight miller | 22 May 2012 21:05 | Brooklyn, N.Y., United States | | Report spam→
Oh, at this time I need about 104,249,200 Dong(VND), so maybe I could document about ten cities, I’ll be using my 8″ × 10″ view camera. One more thing I need some travel & fixer funds.
Thank You Emily S.

by gary dwight miller | 22 May 2012 21:05 (ed. May 22 2012) | Brooklyn, N.Y., United States | | Report spam→
Hi Emily,

I like to propose – street photo essays from Indian Himalayas. Major places like Dharamsala – the exile home of Dalai Lama and thousand of Tibetans in exile. Street photos have subjects like culture, people, religion, nature, exploration, Himalayas.
[ http://www.photojournale.com/categories.php?cat_id=160&sessionid=997ad4d08a8bddfc73b8baef48a888bf ]

Also the city of Leh in the cold Himalayan region of Ladakh in India. I have nice street photos from Leh Ladakh to suit the magazine.

Exclusive story on Chitkul which is India’s last inhabited village near the Indo-Tibet border; the Indian road ends here in the Indian Himalayan region gives a glimpse of the people [the tribe, which is Buddhist ] living in the highest region. [ people, culture, living and traditions.] The political importance of the place that it is also the last village on the old Hindustan-Tibet trade route. Chitkul is practically the last point of the famous Kinner Kailash Parikrama as one can hitch a hike from here onwards. The valley is extremely beautiful, on the left bank of the Baspa River are snow-clad mountains and on the right bank the whole terrain is full of apple orchids and wooden houses. The theme of the story is a mix of – People and cultures, Travel , the natural world and Exploration. (http://www.photojournale.com/categories.php?cat_id=224)

Others Photo Stories include the – the Tibetan exiles in India, the Dalai Lama and Buddhism, Travel, culture and life in the Indian Himalayas, Paragliding in the Himalayas, culture in the Himalayas, Goa – India’s beach land, Travel and culture photos from the Indian Himalayas and India’s desert land – Rajasthan.

Please e-mail me at saranshsehgal@gmail.com. Looking forward to your reply.


by Saransh Sehgal | 23 May 2012 12:05 | Vienna, Austria | | Report spam→
Guess by now you think we are all a pretty cynical bunch, Emily? For the most part you’d be right considering what time and effort it takes to get images…and how easy it is to not receive payment.

by Matthew Richards | 23 May 2012 12:05 | Bangkok, Thailand | | Report spam→
I’m in southern Brazil and can easily get to Buenos Aires or Rio and everywhere in between.

My work:

But, as some others, I’d like to know more about this publication too.

by Bruno Maestrini | 24 May 2012 03:05 | Porto Alegre, Brazil | | Report spam→

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Emily S, Emily S
[location unknown]
preston rolls, photographer preston rolls
Zimbabwe , Zimbabwe
Ethan Knight, Documentary Photographer Ethan Knight
Documentary Photographer
Bangkok , Thailand
Matthew Richards, Photojournalist Matthew Richards
Bang Saphan , Thailand
John Louis Lassen Perry, Photoanthropologist John Louis Lassen Perry
Califon, New Jersey , United States
Patricio Murphy, Musician, photographer Patricio Murphy
Musician, photographer
Buenos Aires , Argentina
Yves Choquette, Photojournalist Yves Choquette
Montreal , Canada
Paulo Nunes dos Santos, Journalist & Photographer Paulo Nunes dos Santos
Journalist & Photographer
Dublin , Ireland
Soledad Aznarez, Photographer Soledad Aznarez
Buenos Aires , Argentina
Ertugrul Kilic, Photographer Ertugrul Kilic
(Photographer based in Suriname)
Paramaribo , Suriname
Giuseppe Bizzarri, Photojournalist Giuseppe Bizzarri
Rio De Janeiro , Brazil
gary dwight miller, photographer gary dwight miller
(Available for Dessert)
Tra Vinh , Vietnam
Ruben MB, Photog.teacher/Photog. Ruben MB
(R MB)
Madrid , Spain ( MAD )
Saransh Sehgal, Writer & Photographer Saransh Sehgal
Writer & Photographer
Vienna , Austria
Bruno Maestrini, Photojournalist Bruno Maestrini
Porto Alegre , Brazil


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