Earlier this year, Karl Dedolph contributed an article to the magazine called Salt Fever. It was clear from what he wrote that Karl was a guy willing to go the extra mile for his street photography. And his images reflected the value of having that kind of all-out attitude. He had gotten some real gems from a practically unexplored event, photographically speaking. Needless to say, Bob and I were excited to speak with him for this month’s issue and our conversation with this long-time photographer didn’t disappoint.
Karl has a job that takes him around the country and sometimes farther, and he always takes advantage of his secular travels to book a day or two to shoot the streets in any new city he visits. He fearlessly dives into streets of all sorts, even the seedier ones, to get his next shot. In fact, he’s so fearless, he recently signed up for a Bruce Gilden workshop, endured the roasting and I dare say, even enjoyed himself. As you can imagine, Karl has plenty of stories to tell. Hear a few of them yourself by clicking on the audio player below and listening in on our conversation.
A Selection of Karl’s Photos