Thank you to all the photographers that shared their best photos showing people walking on a street or side walk in the Walking Down The Street Photo Contest in collaboration with our friends at The Arcanum.

A special thanks to our friend and professional photographer Kenneth Hines, Jr for his collaboration as a guest judge. Kenneth, commonly known as "The Professor", is based in New York City & Atlanta. He's a Street, Architecture, Landscape, Fashion & Wedding Photographer, who's worked with companies such as Sony Professional Solutions Americas, Sotheby Realty, Marriott and St. Regis Hotels and currently a Master of Digital Image Making in The Arcanum Academy. You'll discover a wide variety of art from his images, taken throughout the country, that will be sure to captivate and inspire you. Connect with him on Instagram @professorhines.

People's Choice

Grand Jury Winner

"This was such a beautifully captured image. The homeless mans appearance of being in deep thought and the great timed capture of a person walking down on the side walk together made this such a great composition. The editing was also done just right for an image like this." - Kenneth Hines, Jr

Runner Up

"Simple sometimes can make everything and this image is just that. The editing of this image with the faded black and white and the subtle feel of this image, which kind of makes you sit there and think about what the surroundings possibly are here, such as what's ahead of the girl in the foreground as she walks with her doll in hand. It also makes you wonder what's going on in her mind." - Kenneth Hines, Jr

Runner Up

"What really stands out here in this image for me is the deep blacks in the image, which give the image its character. The lone man and the posts in the image stand out beyond everything else in the frame and the gold casting light just makes this image have a special feel to it. Excellent capture and composition!" - Kenneth Hines, Jr

Runner Up

"This was such a calm and peaceful image, which had such great editing to go along with a great image. I love the colors in the image and the framing done here. Typically following rule of thirds you frame people more off center, but for this image it works well with the subject in the center. Great capture and editing!" - Kenneth Hines, Jr

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