Justin Sainsbury
England, 2014

1/30: For every 30 days of shooting, BME selects from themselves 1 photograph that stands out.

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We are pleased to announce the launching of a new quarterly photography contest that is held and sponsored by “Burn My Eye” collective. The contest is designed to source and showcase new and outstanding street photography. Our goal is to provide a forum that brings together people with a passion for it and to bring exposure to talented photographers from all over the world.

The theme of the first contest is “ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD”. We aren’t merely looking for photographs taken literally “on the bright side of the road” but we are also looking for pictures that betray a positive attitude and vitality towards life.

The contest is hosted in flickr and all submissions will be accepted exclusively via the contest’s public group "Burn My Eye Photography Contest "ON THE BRIGHT SIDE OF THE ROAD"

We welcome your submission to Burn My Eye first quarterly competition.

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Justin Sainsbury will be leading a street photography workshop on 15th June in Paris as part of a 2x 1 day event. Working alongside experienced tutor Andrew Newson- Day 1 (14th June), will be about transforming the familiar as well as discovering an alternative Paris.
Day 2 (15th), will be spent concentrating on taking interesting candid pictures of people with helpful direction on interpreting a scene, technique and editing.
More details and booking information can be found here:

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January 26 to March 23, 2013
New Orleans Photo Alliance
1111 St. Mary Street, New Orleans, LA
Opening Night: Saturday, January 26 @ 19:00

BME’s Jack Simon will be a part of this group show, along with Blake Andrews, Richard Bram, Bryan Formhals and Chuck Patch.

The New Orleans Photo Alliance is pleased to announce the first exhibition of 2013, “Common Ground: New American Street Photography.” Curated by Stephen McLaren (co-author, Street Photography Now (Thames and Hudson, 2010), the exhibition will feature the work of 5 contemporary American photographers that are changing the nature of street photography and giving us yet another way to view the world.

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This is not a project. It is just the start of one. A reconnaissance of Istanbul from the summer of 2012. These are Charlie’s Initial Impressions.

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September 15, 2012 to October 28, 2012
Third Floor Gallery, Cardiff, Wales
Opening night preview Friday, September 14 at 7 PM

Street photography aims at capturing the extraordinary within every day life through candid snaps. By focusing beyond the mundane, the members of the Burn My Eye collective reveal their personal visions of the world and explore humanity’s very soul.

The eleven photographers from Burn My Eye present prints that range from surreal Asian captures to light leaked images taken on the rough pavements of New York. Streetwise, humorous, cinematic, insightful, the imagery takes the spirit of the street to both public spaces and the more intimate surrounds of the family home.

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"Strange Days" is a compilation of street photography images taken during the past year. My approach is to photograph without a specific theme or idea in mind. When I look back at the pictures I’ve taken, I notice certain echoes in theme and style that transcend the documentary specifics of the images. These pictures are like missing pages from the same story, blown across time to different corners of the world. Without telling the full story, I’ve tried to put some of these images back together in portfolios. “Strange Days” like the film I named the portfolio after, is one of these fragmented stories, a puzzle with plenty of missing pieces.

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