If you fancy having your street photos of the empty Singapore streets featured, then start tagging #CovidStreet on Instagram!
Photographers out there who have been snapping pictures of an almost deserted Singapore during circuit breaker, there’s something you can do with the photos apart from posting it on your Instagram!
About 300 photographers worldwide have come together to contribute to the project Covid Street, which aims to create a not-for-profit book and raise money for those who have suffered hardship because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The project was started by photographer and author Adam Juniper, London-based street photographer and author of The New Street Photographer’s Manifesto Tanya Nagar, and professional lifestyle photographer Tom Clabots, according to the Digital Camera World.
Covid Street aims to compile street photos to tell a story of how the world has been affected by the virus.
If you’re interested and want to contribute, you can do so by messaging the projects Instagram – @covidstreet – or even tag the project using the hashtag #covidstreet.
We know there are plenty of Singaporean photographers out there – like this Redditor – so don’t be shy and start sharing away!
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