Michael Ruggiero – Documenting Disappearing Americana

May 26, 2023

Mike’s long term projects have captured several fading American traditions.

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Marcia Bricker Halperin finds gold in her archives

May 5, 2023

The title of this article is really a misnomer because Marcia Bricker Halperin knew all along that the archive she built over 40-years contains gold. But she waited until she retired from teaching to create a book from her life’s work. On a winder day in 1975 Marcia ducked into Dubrow’s Cafeteria on Kings Highway […]

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Finding inspiration from Tatiana Hopper

April 28, 2023

Tatiana Hopper is an artist. Her mediums are film photography, video content creation and writing. You may already know her as the creator of the T Hopper YouTube channel. I first discovered Tatiana’s channel when I was searching YouTube for documentaries about some favorite master photographers. YouTube is a vast resource but sometimes difficult to […]

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10 Years and Counting

April 21, 2023

Today we tell our own story about the brith and evolution of Street Photography Magazine over the past decade.

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Shirley Baker: Life Through a Lens with Jason Figgis

April 7, 2023

Write, director Jason Figgis discusses the life and work of British documentary photographer Shirley Baker and his new film Shirley Baker: Life Through A lens.

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Jeff Sonnabend – Seeking the soul of the American Heartland

March 24, 2023

When Jeff Sonnabend, an Intellectual Property attorney from New York City, moved to Arkansas near the geographical center of the lower 48, he decided to follow his passion as a documentary photographer. Inspired by the work of German filmmaker / photographer Wim Wenders, he began photographing American communities for his project “Interstate Magazine”, a project […]

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Personal Projects on Film – LeighAnn Edmonds

March 10, 2023

LeighAnn Edmonds is a freelance documentary photographer in Birmingham, Alabama. Her work focuses on the rural regions of the American South, the people, their culture and the land that has often passed down through generations. Her conviction to break away from mainstream photography led to her retirement as a professional wedding and family portrait photographer, […]

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Conversation with Brian Lloyd Duckett

March 3, 2023

We’re doing something a little different this week. Instead of our usual monthly newsletter we decided to publish our interview with Brian Lloyd Duckett in our podcast feed. That’s because Brian is the featured photographer in the March 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine and we wanted to share our very lively conversation with everyone. […]

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Adventures of a Gallery Newbie – Lewis Sandler

February 24, 2023

Lewis Sandler originally trained as a lawyer, decided to move to China to explore a different world. There he spent nearly He spent nearly 30 years 30 years there working teaching English in high schools and later college. During his time in China, he photographed the world around him creating a huge body work. When […]

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Nancy Kaye – It’s about the story

February 10, 2023

Editor’s Note: Nancy Kaye will be the featured photographer of the month in the July 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine. Be sure to see that issue for an in-depth look at Nancy’s work. After I finish an interview I write down two or three things I learned from our guest. That’s why the title […]

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Urban Exploring with Matt Nickles

January 27, 2023

Matt Nickles of Dayton Ohio is a new type of explorer. An Urban Explorer…Urbex for short. Rather than photograph people, he photographs the effects of people by documenting the things they leave behind by entering abandoned buildings, schools, churches and even subways. Basically Matt is an historian. These places can be dangerous, so it’s not […]

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Carlos P Beltran – 12-year documentary project

January 13, 2023

Carlos P. Beltran is an award-winning documentary filmmaker, producer and photo journalist originally from Caracas, Venezuela. Recently Carlos completed a 12-year documentary project, It Suddenly Occurred to Me, serves as an experimental biography that explores the life and work of Yarida Silva, a woman who found peace and redemption writing from within some of the […]

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