SPM Staff

Harvey Stein – Turn a long-term project into a book

August 12, 2022

An interview with Harvey Stein, the master of long-term projects, about his latest book.

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Conversation with Thomas Hackenberg

June 3, 2022

When Thomas Hackenberg heads out to do street photography, he’s a lone wolf and he’s fast. Armed with his Sony A7 and only a 35mm lens, he keeps things simple and unobtrusive. With this approach Thomas captures humorous street photos with quirky details and a real storytelling component. But there’s so much more to it […]

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Ricky Huerta and the Leica Street Photography Collective

January 28, 2022

Whether you shoot Leica or not, you’ll enjoy getting to know this avid street photographer.

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Catching up with Ave Pildas

January 14, 2022

On this week’s episode, we’re catching up with Ave Pildas. Ave was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio and worked early in his career as a photo stringer for Downbeat Magazine in the Ohio Valley and Pennsylvania. That was in the 1960’s but that just the beginning of Ave’s journey. Ave and Bob talked about […]

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Good Habits to Take into the New Year with Valérie Jardin

December 31, 2021

Get ready to dive into 2022 with improved street photography habits.

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On the Road with Dean Hinnant

October 2, 2021

We’re going on the road with Dean Hinnant as he documents America’s reawakening.

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Paul Reid and the Leica Q2 Monochrom

September 24, 2021

How does seeing exclusively in black and white affect your photographic vision? Paul Reid weighs in.

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Michael Rababy – The Art of Curation

September 18, 2021

Michael is a filmmaker/street photographer who is a master curator. Find out how he does it.

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Fredericksburg Street Photography Collective’s First Annual “Shoot Off”

September 14, 2021

This one’s going to be a lot of fun, hope to see you there!

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Chris Suspect Shoots the Insurrection

September 10, 2021

Flash bang grenades, tear gas, and pepper spray, oh my!

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Cynthia Gladis – New (Jersey) Topographics

August 27, 2021

A 1975 photography exhibition, called “New Topographics,” was “new” in that the landscapes it offered up to viewers weren’t the picturesque natural scenes people had grown accustomed to. Instead, this exhibit was, in the words of San Francisco’s MOMA, all about “unromanticized views of stark industrial landscapes, suburban sprawl, and everyday scenes not usually given […]

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San Francisco and Alcatraz Workshop with Harvey Stein and Virginia Hines

August 19, 2021

More on an exciting upcoming three-day workshop with some fantastic photographers.

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