Longtime photographer, educator, writer, and executive director/founder of the Los Angeles Center of Photography shares her experiences and love for street photography.
John Hartley was finishing up a shift at the local coffee shop. As he hung up his apron and peered over the counter, he noticed something.
It’s weird to shoot in a kind of reverie. Almost in a dream state. But that’s what the late afternoon sun can do.
Marc reflects on the freedom street photography gives him, as well as the ability to enjoy the beauty of his city.
Joel Durand talks about being an actor and spectator in the front row of the street and sharing his vision with others.