Podcast

Because of Street Photography with Craig Boehman

January 13, 2017

Craig Boehman Anyone who has been shooting on the streets for any length of time has been affected personally by it. It could be an economic opportunity, a memorable image, a lifelong memory, a dangerous encounter or even a new friend. We all have these stories…even if we don’t remember. This week we begin a […]

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The First Photo Evaluation Show

December 22, 2016

Join us with photographer Jake Metzger as we evaluate three of Jake’s street photos taken during recent travels.

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Feed Your Soul Through Street Photography

November 14, 2016

Inside Santa Maria della Scala, Siena Italy ©2016 Gina Williams Portland Oregon based writer, Gina Williams, has been on a personal journey to reinvent yourself as a journalist and photographer. That journey has taken her to Europe three times in less than a year, most recently to attend the Siena international Photography Awards in Siena, […]

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The challenge of street photography in small towns

November 4, 2016

Street photographers in small towns face many challenges finding good places to shoot. Today we share some ideas for those with few shooting opportunities.

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Valerie Jardin – Apply Your Street Photography Approach to Other Forms of Photography

October 7, 2016

Do you ever feel like you’re not getting to shoot on the street as much as you would like and still want to exercise your street photography muscles?  Or do you wonder if there’s a way to make money doing street photography? A street photography style  can be used in many other types of photography […]

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Quality Feedback

How to get quality feedback about your street photos

September 16, 2016

The best way to improve your street photography is to get good constructive from other photographers. In this episode Ashley and Bob share some of their favorite websites and forums where you to get (and give) quality feedback.

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Does street photography make you uncomfortable?

August 26, 2016

If you feel uncomfortable photographing strangers on the street, you’re not alone. In this episode of our podcast Bob and Ashley discuss some ways to help you overcome your anxiety.

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Interview with Tomash – Publisher of Fuji Love

August 12, 2016

Tomash with his Fuji XPro2 UPDATE:  We just learned that there was an audio problem with the Tomash interview in the original version of the podcast.  We were able to correct the problem and it now sounds very good.  Many thanks to our listener Jan for pointing it out. Hey street shooters! We’ve got a […]

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A visit to the London Photo Expo and Street Photo News

June 10, 2016

Portland Oregon based photographer and journalist, Gina Williams, visited the London photo Expo in May and took some extra time to do some street shooting of her own in London and Paris. In the process Gina wrote an article about her experience which will appear in the June issue of street photography magazine. Gina took […]

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Podcast Episode #4: New York Street Photographer and Author Harvey Stein

November 28, 2015

Harvey Stein has been shooting in the streets of New York for over 40 years. To borrow a quote from George Jones, Harvey was street photography when street photography wasn’t cool. In the process Harvey became an educator, curator and published author. In fact he’s published five books about street photography, including a trilogy about […]

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Podcast Episode #3: Photojournalist Lisa DeJong

December 23, 2014

It was a real pleasure meet award winning photojournalist Lisa DeJong recently. She has been a local news photographer for the past 20 years has been on the staff at the Cleveland Plain Dealer for the last seven. Before that she worked for the Flint Journal in Flint, Michigan and the storied St. Petersburg Times. We’re […]

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Street Photography Magazine Podcast – Episode #1: Interview with Glenn Capers

November 27, 2014

Glenn Capers is more than just an outstanding photographer, he’s a storyteller. Glenn has a personable way with his subjects that allows him to really get to know them and find out their story. Perhaps that is what makes his work special. Glenn is originally from New York, though he now calls Colorado home. In the past, Glenn […]

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