Her Side of the Street is a street photography magazine for women photographers, published in blog format.
Offering exposure opportunities for the emerging artist, as well as engaging with more seasoned photographers. Providing a showcase platform, and a forum for commentaries by contemporary artists, on anything form street philosophy and technique, to issues relevant to women practicing street photography.
The blog explores street views of women from diverse backgrounds, we are a global community and come from different age groups. Multiple contributors ensure many voices, with a variety of guest authors and curators. We have monthly Galleries, with selections from submissions on a theme chosen by the guest curator of the month.
The blog presents Project Profiles, and features the “Street Chat” series of interviews, which asks the same questions of each artist, aiming to learn the differing personal definitions of street, how each one sees being a woman as affecting this, and how it is doing street photography in their part of the world. We have a video segment, @womeninstreet Stories, with short Q&A and street reel of photographers in action. Or read our other interviews. In the Double Exposure series, two artists are paired, providing different viewpoints or techniques with the same theme. Browse them all by featured artist.
In depth series explored by one of our “special projects” collaborators, cover more than one interview on the given subject, and the collaborator also curates the Instagram for the duration of the series. Current project is #SheShootsNoir by Susana Soler. Our past projects are: #HerSideoftheRoad, exploring transit, by Charlene Winfred, and #SheSpotsSeniors, examining the lives of senior citizens, by Lisa Guerriero. Guest authors also contribute to the blog with one off interviews or articles from time to time.