Howard Schatz’s most recent book is “KINK”. This is about the making of, in his own words: In the early 1990’s I stumbled upon the Folsom Street Fair, an annual San Francisco S&M-themed street fair, while visiting a photo lab on 8th Street and Folsom Street in the heart of the fair. Attending were probably 500,000 people, many dressed to express the widest range imaginable of human sexuality. As an insatiable photographer of people, I was hooked. And so, the following year I returned to the Fair with a pop-up studio, hiring students to look for subjects. I made portraits for the whole day. ...
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