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WNYC's Street Shots Challenge

IMG_1975, originally uploaded by ultraclay!.

WNYC, the local Public Radio station has launched a project celebrating street photography called Street Shots. Each week they are highlighting noted street photographers, discussing techniques and style as well as issues dealing with first amendment rights. I've only heard parts of it, but plan to go back and listen to the parts I've missed.

I've been a huge public radio fan for years and was honored a few years back when I was a guest on the Brian Lehrer Show discussing some of the photos I had submitted to a previous project on immigration. The 20 photos I've submitted for this project in a Flickr set here. Those looking to submit need to join the Street Shots group.

There are nearly 2600 photos already posted, many by Flickr members whose work I've admired for a long time. I'm gradually wading through them myself. I highly recommend checking it out.

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