Noteworthy Photographers

Mexico Between Life and Death – Interview with Harvey Stein

September 20, 2018

© Copyright – Harvey Stein Our guest today is Harvey Stein. He currently teaches at the International Center of Photography, (ICP) in New York and teaches a series of photography workshops around the world. His work is been exhibited around the world and is the recipient of numerous awards. Also he’s been published in dozens […]

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Niles Heckman’s Philisophical Photography

June 26, 2018

When a process oriented approach to blog writing allows the universe to lead you to a comical and insightful view into the philosophy of street photography.

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Street Photography Can Make a Difference

May 8, 2018

Can street photography make a difference? Learn about two inspiring projects that are making waves both locally and internationally.

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StreetRepeat: Julie Hrudova Finds Similarities in Street Photography

March 27, 2018

As street photography grows as a genre, daily life around the world unfolds before our eyes. And what’s most striking about it? The countless similarities.

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The New York Street Photography Collective and a Tribute to Glenn Capers

December 21, 2017

In This Episode Today we pay tribute Glenn Capers, to one of my favorite street photographers who we lost last week. Plus we’ll speak with members of the very active New York City Street Photography collective. A Tribute to Photojournalist Glenn Capers If you’ve been following SPM you’ve probably heard me mention that Glenn Capers […]

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Meet “Jimmy on the Run”

July 25, 2017

This video. It will make you laugh and cry and think and feel deeply. It is a must see about a photographer with a love for people and fashion who has found himself caught between two cultures. In this short film, Jimmy shares his joy, his struggles and his passion for photography. If a picture […]

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The Lady & The Lantern by Subhajit Naskar

March 21, 2017

Dim lit chronicles of the lady and the lantern: Look at how a single lantern can both defy and define the darkness of mundane life.  Darkness is the tragic hero of the catastrophic phenomenon we call life. In general assumption we all hate or fear the sense of any dark matter but in actuality these […]

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Life is Once Forever

October 25, 2016

Henri Cartier-Bresson, or HCB as we like to call him, is one of the most renowned street photographers to ever have lived. It was he who spoke of capturing that “decisive moment.” What did he mean by that? It’s an often debated subject these days, but in the following video you can hear the man […]

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Gloria Cassens: The Modern Day Vivian Maier

October 11, 2016

Many street photographers and street photography enthusiasts are hold Vivian Maier in high regard. Little do they know, there is a modern day Vivian roaming the streets of Chicago as we speak. Her name is Gloria Cassens and until just a few years ago, she was wandering Chicago taking some incredibly moving street shots with no […]

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Marc Riboud on Hope and Peace

September 2, 2016

“My obsession is with photographing life at its most intense as intensely as possible. It’s a mania, a virus as strong as my instinct to be free. If taste for life diminishes, the photographs pale, because taking pictures is like savoring life at 125th of a second.” – Marc Riboud © Marc Riboud On August […]

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Just Take It

August 12, 2016

“What I like in street photography is you can just take it. You don’t have to ask for it, you can just take it.” – Jason Martini Jason Martini is a street photographer who believes in the art of capturing a purely candid photo in a public place. He searches the streets trying to find someone with […]

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