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Whether it’s a camera flash, a lightning flash or a flash of insight, flashes are quick, sudden, and bright. The term “flash” refers to anything that happens in an instant, such as the blink of an eye, a heartbeat, a moment, a jiffy, or a split second.
“Flashgun” is a limited edition photography magazine exploring the use of flash in street photography. The use of flash in street photography creates a sense of drama and depth of perspective to the image, highlighting the contrasts and textures that may have gone unnoticed.
Marco Savarese, editor and curatore of the publication, carefully selected the work of 103 talented street photographers to be featured in this 152-page issue printed on high-quality Fedrigoni X-PER paper. With only 300 copies produced, the captivating cover photo by Michelle Groskopf sets the tone for the magical world of street photography and the art of flash.
Adam Miller, Alessandro Prato, Alexander Bronfer, Alison McCauley, Andreas Ott, Barry Talis, Ben Helton, Biard Sylvain, Bojan ‘Chibsterr’ Nikolic, Bryce Waters, Caleb Stein, Chakrapun Senachan, Chris Tuarissa, Chu Viet Ha, Conor Beary, Dan Szpara, Dani Oshi, Daniele Dainelli, Daniele Martire, David Horton, Davide Albani, Dimitris Makrygiannakis, Dougie Wallace, Enrico Markus, Eric Frot, Eric Kogan, Erick Dau, Fadi BouKaram, Federico Arcangeli, Gabi Ben-Avraham, Gareth Bragdon, Gav Robinson, Gavin Bragdon, Giacomo Mancini, Giacomo Vesprini, Giedo van der Zwan, Guille Ibañez, Gustavo Minas, Ilan Burla, Jad Jadsada, Jason Ward, Jesse Marlow, Jimmy Dovholt, Jodi Rogers, Joe Aguirre, Johan Jehlbo, Johan Windle, John Wha, Jón Bjarni Hjartarson, Jonathan Higbee, Julie Hrudova, Kanrapee Chokpaiboon, Kevin Samuels, Koci Hernandez, Larry Cohen, Larry Hallegua, Leo Berne, Lorenzo Catena, Lukas Vasilikos, Marco Patassini, Maria Kappatou, Massimiliano Faralli, Matteo Zannoni, Md Enamul Enamul Kabir, Michael May, Michele Bartalini, Michele Liberti, Michelle Groskopf, Mike McCawley, Mohammad Imam Hasan, Nayeem Siddiquee, Nick Hannes, Nikita Teryoshin, Patrick Wendt, Paulus Ponizak, Peter Kool, Riccardo Cattaneo, Ronen Berka, Ryosuke Takamura, Sakib Pratyay, Sakulchai Sikitikul, Salvatore Giorgio Scalici, Salvatore Matarazzo, Sam Ferris, Shah Toufiqur Rahman Ovi, Skyid J. Wang, Sohail Bin Mohammad, Spyros Papaspyropoulos, Stavros Stamatiou, Supornchai Ratanamethanon, Sven Kräuter, Tammy Mercure, Taras Bychko, Tatsuo Suzuki, Tavepong Pratoomwong, Tawanwad Wanavit, Thanasorn Janekankit, Tim Topple, Todd Gross, Tom Young, Umberto Verdoliva, Yiasaris Yiannis, Zin Ye Htet.
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