Bob Patterson

The 3 F’s of Street Photography with Mark Seymour

July 29, 2022

When I shoot on the street I often fall into the FOMO (fear of missing out) trap by continually wandering in search of the next photo. Firiends often tell me to "stop already" and watch for opportunities where I am. Each time I do this I’m rewarded with at least one good (well maybe decent) […]

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Pia Parolin – The State of Women in Street Photography

July 15, 2022

Pia is a biologist, photographer and author. Originally from Milan of Italian and German nationality, with a PhD in ecology, she lived for years in the Amazon rainforest for her work as tropical ecologist on international projects. Pia has also lived in Italy, Germany, Venezuela, Brazil, and South Africa. Now she calls France home. She […]

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Carey Winfrey – There’s Always Something to Shoot

July 1, 2022

Carey Winfrey started taking pictures when he was about 10 years old and never stopped. Eventually, he became a journalist, a career that lasted for 45 years. Carey worked for Time Magazine and the New York Times, and even produced a couple of TV shows including “Behind the Lines” and “Assignment America.” During his time […]

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Your Questions and New Publishing Schedule

June 24, 2022

This is a special episode of the podcast to answer some of your questions and introduce you to our new publishing platform. Here are the highlights: How can I publish my work in Street Photography Magazine? We accept two types of submissions to consider for publication. Single images to be considered for our monthly Street […]

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Mark Seymour – Show Me the Nose

June 17, 2022

Mark Seymour is an amazing wedding photographer who had an interesting journey into street photography. (No spoiler alerts here. You’ll have to listen in to hear the story. 😜) Now, he also guides intimate street photography workshops around the world with Shoot the Street. His own street photography is stunning as you can see in […]

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The June 2022 Issue of Street Photography Magazine is now Available

June 15, 2022
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Goodbye SPM Apps. Hello Enhanced Web Platform

June 6, 2022

We deactivated our apps, but you can still read Street Photography Magazine through our web platform.

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Dan Ginn – Travel Street Photography

May 20, 2022

I first met Dan Ginn about seven years ago when Ashley Riffo and I interviewed him for this podcast. At the time he was a young guy about to leave on a big adventure with his girlfriend to travel through the Americas learning the culture and making photographs along the way. Less than a year […]

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Virginia Hines attends The Chico Portfolio Review

May 6, 2022

San Francisco based street photographer Virginia Hines shares here experience preparing for and attending the 2022 Chico Hot Springs portfolio review.

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Jason Rice – Inside his style

April 22, 2022

Jason Rice is a representative for a book wholesaler which brings him to New York City on a regular basis. Like any avid street photographer he uses the opportunity to walk the streets in search of images that reflect his personal story. As the son of a professional photographer Jason was influenced not only by […]

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Visual Storytelling with Fred Ranger

April 8, 2022

Fred Ranger is a Montreal based photographer, YouTuber and podcaster, in short…a visual storyteller. He travels frequently for his job so he uses that experience not only to capture and document his experiences, but shares those stories via his YouTube channel, podcast and zines. In today’s episode Fred talks about the art of visual storytelling […]

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Aaron Cabitto – Vintage Lenses

March 25, 2022

Aaron Cabitto, a security engineer from Fredericksburg Virginia has been an avid photographer for over 20 years. Although he likes the quality of his Fuji lenses he missed the unique character of the older lenses he used in his film days. He says that sometimes new lenses are almost too perfect…too sterile for his taste […]

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