Street Photography | The Wee Hours Of The Night

 

Awakened by the stench present when the garbage truck stopped by my window, I decided to get up and go out into the night.

The buildings’ lights reflect colors on the freshly washed streets.  Some people pass by on cars and bicycles, others walking.  Some still in a hurry at this hour while others are waiting for the sun to send them home.

As I lose and find myself in the city’s dark alleys all night long, I noticed a pattern of clusters .  The locals congregate in open establishments that cater to the night walkers.  Silently, patrons come and go. I wandered for hours then I stopped for a bite to eat and drink and smoked cigarettes.

Even though the city is resting from the heavy weight it carries during the day; life continuous on piercing the boundaries of darkness and brightness.  Eagerly she provides for the scattered souls that roam at night.

At this time, street photography becomes edgy when glim promotes mystery.

 

 

Next week:  Street Photography | Public Gatherings

 

 

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Submissions are OPEN for photography articles, tips, tutorials, etc…

 

Jo@edgeofhumanity.com

 

 

Edge of Humanity Magazine Curator Services

 

Although photography alone can tell a good part of the story, there are other factors that artists often overlook.

During their search for the best light or the truth, photographers sweat in the heat and shrivel in the cold.  They smell the stench and enjoy the aroma of flowers. They are welcomed and frowned upon. The experiences of being there and the desire to tell the story carried on by pride for their labor of love and expectations that when finalized, the work will be fair to the subject and make a difference, can be overwhelming.

A fresh eye is necessary to organize the delivery of that material, in a fashion that is easy to follow, and yet has impact, by holding the spectators’ attention to the message one wishes to convey. This is when a curator comes into place. Unattached, the curator selects images aiming to promote engagement and consequently readers’ awareness.

Below is a list of services that from time to time you may need. Just ask if you do not see the assistance you require. I’m very flexible!

 

SERVICES DESCRIPTIONS & PRICES

 

Image Curation

US$100

Curation of no more than 100 images out of a collection not larger than 500 photographs

Images are delivered in sequence – primes on top

 

Image Curation & Titles For Artwork

US$100

Curation and titling of no more than 50 images out of a collection not larger than 100 photographs

Images are delivered with titles and in sequence – primes on top

 

Previously Translated Text Reviews

US$50

For any single text with less than 1000 words

 

Previously Translated Text Reviews For Websites, Books, And Projects

US$25 per hour / minimum US$50 per website, book, or project

It is common to see words out of context in automatically translated texts.  I will review the text and adjust the discrepancies as needed, in your already published website, book, or project. 

This service covers the review of multiple pages on a website or in a book.  Pages like about page, home page, and other pages that are NOT a full text or article pages.

 

Assistance Setting Up A Website, A Book, Or A Project

US$25 per hour / minimum US$100 per website, book, or project

All the services I offer can be used in the process of publishing a website, project, or a book.  I’m NOT a website designer.

I can suggest titles for images (artwork), projects, series, chapters, and books that are descriptive and engaging.

 

Thank you very much

Joelcy Kay

Editor & Curator for Edge of Humanity Magazine

jo@edgeofhumanity.com

 

 

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