This year marks the 29th Fotoseptiembre, an annual festival focused on photography-based exhibitions presented across the Alamo City and Texas Hill Country and an assortment of online galleries.
Founded by photographer and composer Michael Mehl, the celebration provides a platform for photographers from across the community to participate.
Creative Eye Gallery is presenting "Southtown Obscura," featuring the photographs of Zan Lee Duroy. The exhibition showcases images of the city produced during the "Golden Hour," that special moment right before sunset when light is softer, potentially allowing photographers to produce their best work.
Mockingbird Handprints Gallery will present "One-way, Byway, This Way — New York Streets," an exhibition featuring the work of Austin-based photographer Ed Malcik.
Visit the official Fotoseptiembre website for a full list of online galleries and participating venues.
Various times and locations Aug. 24-Sept. 30, fotoseptiembre.com.
(Photo by Carmen Peña for Digital Pro Lab's "Unseen" gathers 12 photographers who depict the city's often-forgotten people and spaces.)