Last week I had the honor of being asked to hold a video conversation with New York street photographer Harvey Stein. The event was hosted by visual storyteller David Wells from The Wells Point. David hosts private monthly Zoom events for his clients and friends that feature conversations with various artists. He’s a very interesting […]Read More
This is just a quick reminder registration for the Publishing a Photo Book Workshop taught by Harvey Stein will close this coming Sunday (January 24) at midnight. The 7-week course begins Tuesday, January 26 at 1:00 PM Eastern time. It’s designed to help photographers who either have a completed project to publish but don’t know […]Read More
I’m writing this on January 15 which means we have just published the January 2021 issue of Street Photography Magazine. We are super excited because the January issue kicks off our year of women street photographers with a special issue that features work by all women. And throughout the year each issue will feature a […]Read More
Do you have a dream to publish a photo book of your work but don’t know where to start? If so, you will be pleased to learn that we have partnered with street photographer, author and educator Harvey Stein to bring you a special remote workshop about publishing a photo book. During this 7-week hands-on […]Read More
Our guest this week is Keith Dannemiller, an American photojournalist who has been living and working in Mexico City for the past 30 plus years.
Keith is currently independent, but over the past 31 years he was associated with two US photo agencies: Black Star and Saba. In Latin America, he has covered a wide variety of situations, ranging from Nicaraguan Recontras to street children in México City to life on the US-México border and the evolution of a refugee camp in the Mexican state of Chiapas into a thriving community today.Read More
Thanks to the Internet we now live in little silos of individual realities. The shared experiences we had before this phenomenon no longer exist. Then along comes the coronavirus pandemic that has thrust into a new shared experience not felt since the 911 attacks and the Kennedy assassination. It is a common reality we cannot […]Read More
Our guest this week is Ashley Tillery, a street photographer from Arlington, Virginia. Raised in a military family Ashley moved around a lot as a child which exposed her to many different cultures and places. But it wasn’t until after college while working as a folklorist in rural Alabama that she found the inspiration to […]Read More