Hundreds of street photographs are being sold to raise money for PhotoVoice, a charity that aims to highlight social issues through photography projects.

Thirty street photographers have donated limited-edition prints for an online auction that runs until 25 April.

Among those taking part is photographer Nick Turpin who said: ?The whole street photography community seems to have got behind this initiative and the quality of work available is staggering.?

PhotoVoice director Kevin McCullough added: ?We?ve been overwhelmed by the generosity of the street photography community.

?They really recognise the importance of the work we do, giving marginalised people ? who have typically just been the subject of photographs ? the opportunity to represent themselves through the images they create.?

The charity, which was set up in 1999, said in a statement: ?Street photography has been enjoying an extraordinary renaissance in the past few years with a raft of dedicated publications, festivals, magazines and exhibitions.?

More than 350 images from the Street Collection cost £100.

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