The new issue of the Eyeshot street photography magazine is here and its theme is Flashgun. It approaches the idea of the flash in a literal way but also in a more philosophical manner: “A flash is as fast as a New York minute, the blink of an eye, a heartbeat, an instant, a jiffy, or a split second.”
Eyeshot Magazine was created by Marco Savarese, whose mission is to share the works of both professional and amateur photographers and to explore street photography as an evolving language and art form. Each edition revolves around a specific theme; first we had ‘Surreal’, followed by ‘XMAS’ and now ‘Flashgun’:
“Ever notice how quick the flash is on a camera? That’s how fast other types of flashes are, including the super-fast superhero The Flash. Whether you’re talking about a flash of lighting or a flash of insight, a flash is quick and bright and sudden. There aren’t any slow, long flashes. Because flashes are so fast, the word is often used for anything that happens really quickly: a flash is as fast as a New York minute, the blink of an eye, a heartbeat, an instant, a jiffy, or a split second.”
Here is our selection from this issue:
You can order the magazine in both print and digital editions.
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