12 Nov StreetHunters Bookshelf: Street Sweeper Magazine
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Dear Streethunters.net Readers,
Today we will be reviewing a new Street Photography magazine called Street Sweeper Magazine. It was sent to me by Jaycee Malicdan, a California-based street photographer born in Yokosuka, Japan. Jaycee is the chief editor and founder of Street Sweeper. I have to admit that before receiving a copy to review, I didn’t know about this magazine. It turns out though, I was positively surprised when I skimmed through its pages and I enjoyed it even more one evening when I decided to go through it slowly and take in the photos, the layout, the design and the feel of the mag. But more on that later.
What is STREET SWEEPER Magazine?
So, Street Sweeper is a showcase for Street Photographers. You can read about the street photographers that it features on the official Street Sweeper website, or you can buy the magazine in either digital or good old-fashioned print format. Digital editions are much cheaper and for good reason, but if you are anything like me, you will want the print version of the magazine. At the time of this writing, Street Sweeper has only one issue as far as I can tell, but if you visit the online store of the magazine, you will find some more collections by Jaycee himself that are on sale.
At this point, I would like to share with you a letter Jaycee’s sent me, in which you can read in his words exactly what Street Sweeper is all about.
I find what Jaycee is trying to do with Street Sweeper very noble and it reminds me of our very own Streethunters.net mission. To promote and feature contemporary so famous and sometimes even unknown Street Photographers as much as possible and to introduce them to the
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