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Street Photography Magazine

English, Photography, 7 seasons, 176 episodes, 6 days, 38 minutes
Interviews, how-tos, reviews and events in the world of street and documentary photography.
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Johann Otterdahl’s Journey from Music to Moments

In today’s episode I speak with, Swedish musician and photographer Johann Otterdahl who discusses his unique approach to photography, which includes using one camera and lens for an entire year. Our rambling conversation spans a range of topics, from his upcoming trip to photograph an eclipse in Finnmark, Norway in September, to his artistic background […]
5/17/202456 minutes, 20 seconds
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A Filmmaker’s Influence on Rick Smith’s Street Photography

Los Angeles-base street photographer, Richard Smith, is the featured photographer in the May 2024 issue of Street Photography Magazine. Through Rick’s work he expresses his love for his hometown’s diverse cultures, historical architecture, and the unexpected surprises of city life. One of his favorite spots is Union Station, where he often spends time capturing the […]
5/3/202450 minutes, 44 seconds
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Street Photography as a Tool for Social Commentary with Bob Patefield

In this episode, UK-based photographer, Bob Patefield, shares his lifelong passion for street photography, from his early fascination with cameras to encounters and collaborations. He tells us about his experience of being unjustly stopped by police while documenting an incident during Christmas near a British National Party event, which led to an 8-hour detainment without […]
4/19/20241 hour, 8 minutes, 42 seconds
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Daring to Look: The unique street photography of Penelope James

In today’s episode, Dallas-based fundraiser and street photographer Penny James shared the story of her creative evolution since she first picked up a camera in 2016. With a passion for capturing the spontaneous ballet of urban life, she has become a unique voice in the world of street photography. Her photographic journey began with a […]
4/5/202453 minutes, 47 seconds
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Valérie Jardin and Gina Williams – Fusion of Street Photography and Fiction

In Street Photography Magazine, we publish many personal projects and discuss them with photographers on the podcast. In this episode, I had an opportunity to speak with street photographer Valérie and writer (and photographer) Gina Williams about their collaboration on one of the most creative projects I’ve seen in a long time. Gina, a very […]
3/15/202436 minutes, 25 seconds
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Mister Geez Discusses the power of childlike wonder in street photography

Gerald Marie-Nelly, affectionately known as Mister Geez, is the featured photographer in the March 2024 issue of Street Photography Magazine. During our conversation in this episode he invites us into his world of visual storytelling. Mister Geez’s photographic journey is a combination of personal growth and artistic discovery. His transition from the sun-kissed shores of […]
3/1/20241 hour, 12 minutes, 21 seconds
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The Unity of Art and Science: Marco Campi’s Vision of Humanity

In this episode we explore the world of Marco Campi where the rigid structure of mathematics and the expressive power of photography combine to tell stories of human experiences and the perils of climate change. If you’ve ever wondered how the precision of numbers and the creativity of visual arts could intertwine, then have a […]
2/16/20241 hour, 1 second
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The Power of Critique with Jeff Larason

In this episode of the Street Photography Magazine podcast, photographer the featured photographer in the February 2024 issue of Street Photography Magazine, discussed his 30-year exploration of street photography shooting on Mass Avenue in Boston and his shift from traditional photography to using a mobile phone. He emphasized the importance of feedback and critique in […]
2/2/202452 minutes, 20 seconds
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Capturing Moments and Building Community: Inside the Dublin Street Photography Festival

Show Notes: Episode 170 – “The Dublin Street Photography Festival Journey” Today, we have the founders of the Dublin Street Photography Festival, Paul Murray and Des Byrne, who are here to share their journey and insights into how their local street photography group has evolved into an international festival. Main Themes: Establishing the Festival: Paul’s […]
1/19/20241 hour, 10 minutes, 32 seconds
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Your favorite street photography locations: A Call for Submissions for Our New Book

We are publishing a new photo book with photos taken in photographers' favorite locations. How to submit photos from your favorite place.
1/12/202413 minutes, 6 seconds
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Mark Schumann on Capturing Streets, Wildlife, and Social Truths

In this episode, the spotlight shines on Mark Schumann, a retired photographer whose journey behind the lens has been as varied as it has been profound. From the awe-inspiring wilderness of Alaska to the gritty streets where the homeless crisis unfolds, Schumann’s camera has captured narratives that beg for attention. Mark’s story begins in ninth […]
12/15/20231 hour, 43 seconds
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Sureita Hockley: A Journey Through the Streets and People’s Souls

Listen to our conversation with Sureita Hockley, the featured photographer in December 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine.
12/2/202354 minutes, 1 second
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The Power of Balance in Photography: Insights from Paul Fremes

If you’ve ever been captivated by a photograph, chances are been it was due to the composition. That’s why we invited Paul Fremes to join us today. He has a keen eye for balance and an easy to understand way to explain his composition concept to anyone. Paul’s journey into the world of photography began […]
11/17/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 32 seconds
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From Newsrooms to Firehouses: Interview with Justin Ide

In today’s conversation, I’m joined by the Justin Ide, Street Photography Magazine’s featured photographer for the November 2023 issue. His feature story with a samples from a recent project will go live Sunday, November 5 at 10:00 AM EST in the magazine. With an impressive career as a photojournalist, Justin has captured powerful moments and […] The post From Newsrooms to Firehouses: Interview with Justin Ide first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
11/3/20231 hour, 1 minute, 58 seconds
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Visual Storytelling and Zine Creation – Fred Ranger

Fred Ranger, from Montreal, is not only a visual storytelling expert but also a YouTuber and gear junkie. We had previously talked about visual storytelling, but this time, we decided to dive into how and why he created his first zine. Fred’s zine, titled “Humans After All,” is a collection of moments that celebrate the […] The post Visual Storytelling and Zine Creation – Fred Ranger first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
10/20/202344 minutes, 59 seconds
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Karen Commings – Being Invisible in a Crowd

Breaking the rules, seeing on the street, and getting published. The post Karen Commings – Being Invisible in a Crowd first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
10/13/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 39 seconds
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Moments Frozen in Time with John Rossi

Photo by Larry Racioppo John Rossi, a retired school teacher from the New York City school system, has a deep passion for capturing moments through his lens. Although he currently lives on Staten Island, his heart remains in his native Brooklyn. Larry Racioppio, a fellow photographer, friend of John’s and contributor to Street Photography Magazine, […] The post Moments Frozen in Time with John Rossi first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
10/6/202355 minutes, 3 seconds
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Inspiring Stories of Regular People – Sam Huggin

In this episode, Sam Huggin, a production assistant in Richmond, Virginia, discusses the importance of film and photography in storytelling. Sam shared how framing shots can convey a message that relates to a larger narrative. He spoke about how, for him, photography captures the beauty and complexity of the world, and resonates with people through […] The post Inspiring Stories of Regular People – Sam Huggin first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
9/22/20231 hour, 4 minutes, 29 seconds
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PhotoNOLA Festival 2023 – Lisa Cates and Doug Miller

Photograpohers Lisa Cates and Doug Miller join us to discus the events around the PhotoNOLA festival in New Orleans 2023 The post PhotoNOLA Festival 2023 – Lisa Cates and Doug Miller first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
9/18/202330 minutes, 46 seconds
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Capturing the Unnoticed with Joe Jasper

Joe Jasper is a passionate street photographer who resides in Washington DC. In addition to photography, he also works as an Events and Experience Producer for a DC-based company and has in the past worked as a Videographer and a Photography Instructor in the Washington area. Joe’s photography revolves around his ability to capture moments, […] The post Capturing the Unnoticed with Joe Jasper first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
9/15/20231 hour, 9 minutes, 39 seconds
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Photograph the moment, not “the thing” – Richard Morgan

Richard Morgan is a professional photographer and photography education from London. He recently authored a powerful article in June 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine titled The Poetry of Everyday Life in Wartime Ukraine about how life goes on amid the relentless Russian attacks on their country. His passion for street photography started when he […] The post Photograph the moment, not “the thing” – Richard Morgan first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
9/1/20231 hour, 15 minutes, 17 seconds
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Recording magic moments that are right with the world – Bob Soltys

Portrait Photo by Joshua McLaughlin Growing up in Gary Indiana, Bob Soltys discovered his love for photography while shelving books in his local library. It was then he encountered The Eye of Eisensteadt which left an indelible impact on him. From photographing Bobby Kennedy’s rally with his humble Instamatic camera to investing his earnings in […] The post Recording magic moments that are right with the world – Bob Soltys first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
8/18/20231 hour, 32 seconds
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Illuminating the Past: Larry Racioppo’s Reflections on his Extensive Archive of Photographs

Step into the realm of forgotten moments and untold personal tales as we explore the depths of an extraordinary photo archive. The post Illuminating the Past: Larry Racioppo’s Reflections on his Extensive Archive of Photographs first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
8/4/202356 minutes, 28 seconds
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Kenneth Wajda – In-between Moments

Kenneth Wajda is a professional photographer and avid street photographer from Colorado. He has a unique approach to photography and a real passion for capturing those special moments that happen in our everyday lives. According to him, photography is a way to capture life as it is and to showcase the essence of people and […] The post Kenneth Wajda – In-between Moments first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
7/14/20231 hour, 1 minute, 42 seconds
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Mark Gilvey – Blurb for Photographers

Mark Gilvey is an artist and photographer in Northern Virginia near Washington, DC. He began his career documenting endurance sports car racing. He later became interested in multi-image production, designing art for panoramic presentations using multiple slide projectors. As technology evolved, Mark taught himself digital design and went on to work in pre-press, web design, […] The post Mark Gilvey – Blurb for Photographers first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
7/7/202353 minutes, 30 seconds
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How to promote your work with Meryl Meisler

If you don't promote your own work, nobody will. The post How to promote your work with Meryl Meisler first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
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Mister Monochrome – Paul Reid

Paul Reid is a professional photographer from Carlisle in the north of England. For many years he specialized in wedding photography using only small cameras with prime lenses to capture fleeting moments that tell the story of the day’s events. This made it an easy transition when he became serious about street photography. Because of […] The post Mister Monochrome – Paul Reid first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
6/16/20231 hour, 7 minutes, 6 seconds
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Learning to see with Lauren Welles

Today we welcome back, Lauren Welles, someone with whom we’ve spoken with a number of times over the years. Lauren left a successful 16-year career as a corporate attorney to follow her passion for photography, which she has been doing professionally now for a little over a decade. She is primarily self-taught, and her photography […] The post Learning to see with Lauren Welles first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
6/9/202347 minutes, 30 seconds
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Julia Dean – The L.A. Project

We’re pleased to have Julia Dean back with us again. She’s a longtime photographer, educator, writer, founder of the Los Angeles Center of Photography and most recently the creator of The L.A. Project. Julia was the last apprentice to the pioneering photographer Bernice Abbott, which had a profound effect on her work and career. In […] The post Julia Dean – The L.A. Project first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
6/2/202342 minutes, 34 seconds
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Michael Ruggiero – Documenting Disappearing Americana

Mike's long term projects have captured several fading American traditions.
5/26/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 17 seconds
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Marcia Bricker Halperin finds gold in her archives

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 […]
5/5/202353 minutes, 2 seconds
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Finding inspiration from Tatiana Hopper

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 […]
4/28/20231 hour, 23 seconds
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10 Years and Counting

Today we tell our own story about the brith and evolution of Street Photography Magazine over the past decade.
4/21/202354 minutes, 38 seconds
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Shirley Baker: Live Through a Lens with Jason Figgis

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.
4/7/20231 hour, 2 minutes, 6 seconds
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Jeff Sonnabend – Seeking the soul of the American Heartland

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 […]
3/24/202357 minutes, 16 seconds
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Personal Projects on Film – LeighAnn Edmonds

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, […]
3/10/20231 hour, 3 minutes, 14 seconds
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Conversation with Brian Lloyd Duckett

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. […]
3/3/20231 hour, 12 minutes, 22 seconds
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Adventures of a Gallery Newbie – Lewis Sandler

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 […]
2/24/20231 hour, 6 minutes, 26 seconds
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Nancy Kaye – It’s about the story

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 […]
2/10/20231 hour, 5 minutes, 51 seconds
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Urban Exploring with Matt Nickles

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 […]
1/27/202334 minutes, 5 seconds
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Carlos P Beltran – 12-year documentary project

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 […]
1/13/202349 minutes, 32 seconds
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Matt Brass – The line between street and documentary photography

Matt has worked as a creative nearly his entire professional career. He started as a visual designer but by the end of his 20-year tenure in that field his focus and expertise had shifted toward language and narrative. It’s no surprise that he ended up in the creative industry in that his parents were both […]
12/16/202253 minutes, 1 second
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Matt Jerrams – Street Gear and Selling Prints on Etsy

Matt Jerrams is an executive producer who creates television commercials in London. He has a passion for street photography in one of the best cities in the world to shoot. It seems like we have Matt on the show every year so it like this is his turn in 2022. We had plenty to talk […]
12/2/20221 hour, 1 minute, 56 seconds
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Amy Touchette – Street Portraiture

Today I speak with Brooklyn based photographer, Amy Touchette who explores themes of social connectedness through street portraiture.
11/18/20221 hour, 8 minutes, 5 seconds
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Kieron Long – Borneo In Monochrome

Kieron Long is a documentary photographer and Leica Ambassador from Kuching, Malaysia located on the island of Borneo. Born in Hong Kong, educated in the UK, Kieron has spent the past 4-years documenting the life and culture of the people of Borneo. He currently works with only a Leica Q2 Monochrom. By using only a […]
11/4/202259 minutes, 39 seconds
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Andy Hann – Hollywood Boulevard Up Close and Personal

Miami Street Photography Festival Submission Deadline Extended Before we get to today’s show I wanted to let you know that the Miami Street Photography Festival (MSPF) will be live and in person this year at the History Miami Museum December 2 and 3. This is the premiere street photography event of the year, so we’re […]
10/21/202247 minutes, 59 seconds
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Karl Dedolph – street style at the US Open of Surfing

Karl Dedolph is a prolific street and documentary photographer from Minneapolis, Minnesota. He is a true student of the craft consuming about 2-hours of YouTube tutorials each day plus a regular workshop attendee. He’s trained with the likes of Bruce Gilden, Matt Stuart, Valerie Jardin and Brian Lloyd Duckett. He’s also been a fan of […]
10/7/202251 minutes, 31 seconds
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Street Photography (almost) Anywhere

We call ourselves street photographers, but let’s face it most of us don’t practice just one form of photography. If this applies to you, then you have the opportunity to add interest to some of your other work by incorporating your street photography style in other genres. Of course this doesn’t apply to everything but […]
9/23/202229 minutes, 58 seconds
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Ted Nelson – Build a local collective

Ted Nelson is well known in the Mid-Atlantic street photography community for his founding and leadership of the Fredricksburgh Street Photography Collective.  He created the group from scratch with a simple Instagram post reach out to other like-minded photographers in his area.  In a few short years the group has grown from a handful of […]
9/9/202240 minutes, 9 seconds
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Gerard Exupery tells his personal story through photos of others

After each interview,  I like to make a list of things I learned from our guest.  These are lessons that apply to me personally which may mean nothing to everyone else.  This is why I rarely share them. I learned a lot  from my very lively conversation with New York photographer, Gerard Exupery.   But […]
8/26/202257 minutes, 46 seconds
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Harvey Stein – Turn a long-term project into a book

An interview with Harvey Stein, the master of long-term projects, about his latest book.
8/12/20221 hour, 6 minutes, 23 seconds
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The 3 F’s of Street Photography with Mark Seymour

When I shoot on the street I often fall into the FOMO (fear of missing out) trap by continually wandering in search of the next photo. Firiends often tell me to "stop already" and watch for opportunities where I am. Each time I do this I’m rewarded with at least one good (well maybe decent) […]
7/29/202245 minutes, 41 seconds
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Pia Parolin – The State of Women in Street Photography

Pia is a biologist, photographer and author. Originally from Milan of Italian and German nationality, with a PhD in ecology, she lived for years in the Amazon rainforest for her work as tropical ecologist on international projects. Pia has also lived in Italy, Germany, Venezuela, Brazil, and South Africa. Now she calls France home. She […]
7/15/202248 minutes, 41 seconds
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Carey Winfrey – There’s Always Something to Shoot

Carey Winfrey started taking pictures when he was about 10 years old and never stopped. Eventually, he became a journalist, a career that lasted for 45 years. Carey worked for Time Magazine and the New York Times, and even produced a couple of TV shows including “Behind the Lines” and “Assignment America.” During his time […]
7/1/20221 hour, 3 minutes
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Your Questions and New Publishing Schedule

This is a special episode of the podcast to answer some of your questions and introduce you to our new publishing platform. Here are the highlights: How can I publish my work in Street Photography Magazine? We accept two types of submissions to consider for publication. Single images to be considered for our monthly Street […]
6/24/202218 minutes, 16 seconds
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Mark Seymour – Show Me the Nose

Mark Seymour is an amazing wedding photographer who had an interesting journey into street photography. (No spoiler alerts here. You’ll have to listen in to hear the story. 😜) Now, he also guides intimate street photography workshops around the world with Shoot the Street. His own street photography is stunning as you can see in […]
6/17/20221 hour, 7 minutes, 26 seconds
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Conversation with Thomas Hackenberg

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 […]
6/3/202248 minutes, 2 seconds
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Dan Ginn – Travel Street Photography

I first met Dan Ginn about seven years ago when Ashley Riffo and I interviewed him for this podcast. At the time he was a young guy about to leave on a big adventure with his girlfriend to travel through the Americas learning the culture and making photographs along the way. Less than a year […]
5/20/202255 minutes, 5 seconds
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Virginia Hines attends The Chico Portfolio Review

San Francisco based street photographer Virginia Hines shares here experience preparing for and attending the 2022 Chico Hot Springs portfolio review.
5/6/202252 minutes, 10 seconds
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Jason Rice – Inside his style

Jason Rice is a representative for a book wholesaler which brings him to New York City on a regular basis. Like any avid street photographer he uses the opportunity to walk the streets in search of images that reflect his personal story. As the son of a professional photographer Jason was influenced not only by […]
4/22/202257 minutes, 9 seconds
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Visual Storytelling with Fred Ranger

Fred Ranger is a Montreal based photographer, YouTuber and podcaster, in short…a visual storyteller. He travels frequently for his job so he uses that experience not only to capture and document his experiences, but shares those stories via his YouTube channel, podcast and zines. In today’s episode Fred talks about the art of visual storytelling […]
4/8/202248 minutes, 58 seconds
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Aaron Cabitto – Vintage Lenses

Aaron Cabitto, a security engineer from Fredericksburg Virginia has been an avid photographer for over 20 years. Although he likes the quality of his Fuji lenses he missed the unique character of the older lenses he used in his film days. He says that sometimes new lenses are almost too perfect…too sterile for his taste […]
3/25/202248 minutes, 17 seconds
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Ellen Friedlander – Community is Key

Ellen Friedlander is a Los Angeles-based fine art and documentary photographer who uses creative techniques to reveal the inscrutable nature of the human condition. Her work has been most influenced by the iconic photographs made by 20th century street photographers. From the age of 16 she took to the city streets across the United States […]
3/11/202245 minutes, 13 seconds
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Gunther Deichmann – Views from my Balcony

In early 2020, Manila resident and documentary photographer, Gunther Deichman, decided it was time to move from his house to something smaller and different. He chose an apartment on the 10th floor of a high-rise in downtown Manila. His favorite feature One feature is the balcony which afforded him views of the skyline, and unique […]
2/25/202252 minutes, 36 seconds
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Word on the Street with Jeff Tidwell

Jeff Tidwell is a full stack web developer that hails from Texas originally. And while he’s always had an interest in photography, it wasn’t until a mission trip to Romania in 2012 that his interest began to bloom into a full on passion for photography and street photography in particular. Nowadays, Jeff mostly shoots around […]
2/12/202249 minutes, 52 seconds
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Ricky Huerta and the Leica Street Photography Collective

Whether you shoot Leica or not, you'll enjoy getting to know this avid street photographer.
1/28/202253 minutes, 38 seconds
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Catching up with Ave Pildas

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 […]
1/14/20221 hour, 1 minute, 58 seconds
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Good Habits to Take into the New Year with Valérie Jardin

Get ready to dive into 2022 with improved street photography habits.
12/31/202146 minutes, 43 seconds
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Craig Litten – Don’t think…Shoot

Craig Litten teaches street photographers to "Don't Think...Shoot" by developing muscle memory and zone focusing.
12/17/202150 minutes, 20 seconds
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Across the Mexican Border with Kevin Zuniga

Kevin Zuniga is an American photographer from Nogales, Arizona on the Mexican border. He recently graduated from The University of Arizona in the BFA program with an emphasis in Photography. Growing up in Nogales, Arizona only five minutes from the sister town of Nogales, Sonora, México gives him the opportunity to not only see, but […]
12/3/202157 minutes, 23 seconds
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Street Signs with Chris and Lana Santoro

Lana Santoro’s love of photography began with her first job in a local camera store. That started her on a path that has continued throughout her life. Today she is joined by her husband, Chris Santoro, where they share their passion for travel and capturing the visual stories from their adventures. Although they shoot together, […]
11/19/202155 minutes, 1 second
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Mark Gilvey – It’s not about the gear

Mark Gilvey is a commercial photographer and graphic designer from Northern Virginia outside Washington, DC. In his free time he prefers street photography because he says it is “the most pure of all genres.” Although many street photographers do very little post-processing, Mark uses his raw captures as a starting point. For Mark the actual […]
11/5/202158 minutes, 16 seconds
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Gear talk and street portraits with Craig Clark

DC based street photographer sits down to discuss his approach to street portraiture and the evolution of his street gear.
10/22/20211 hour, 4 minutes, 58 seconds
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On the Road with Dean Hinnant

We’re going on the road with Dean Hinnant as he documents America’s reawakening.
10/2/20211 hour, 4 minutes, 23 seconds
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Paul Reid and the Leica Q2 Monochrom

How does seeing exclusively in black and white affect your photographic vision? Paul Reid weighs in.
9/24/20211 hour, 7 minutes, 9 seconds
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Michael Rababy – The Art of Curation

Michael is a filmmaker/street photographer who is a master curator. Find out how he does it.
9/18/202149 minutes, 43 seconds
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Chris Suspect Shoots the Insurrection

Flash bang grenades, tear gas, and pepper spray, oh my!
9/10/202155 minutes, 58 seconds
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Cynthia Gladis – New (Jersey) Topographics

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 […]
8/27/202153 minutes, 43 seconds
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Mark Indig – Movie executive becomes documentary photographer

Mark Indig was motion picture executive for over 40 years with major studios like Disney, Miramax Universal and Dreamworks. During his career he worked on films like Body Heat, The Big Chill, Titanic, The Village, The Guardian and Tropic Thunder. Mark started in the biz as a location manager where he traveled the world to […]
8/13/20211 hour, 35 seconds
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Martin Agius – From Army Photographer to Street Photographer

Find out how Martin Agius uses his skills as an army photographer on the streets.
7/30/202147 minutes, 22 seconds
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HNL Street Collective – On the Streets of Honolulu

Find out what life is like for a street photography collective in Hawaii.
7/16/20211 hour, 1 minute, 19 seconds
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Tim Huynh – Beyond the Frame

On this episode of the SPM podcast, Bob sat down with Tim Huynh, director of the film Fill the Frame, a new street photography documentary. Not only did Tim tell Bob about the making of the film, he also went into detail about another project he’s been working on called, Beyond the Frame, a stellar […]
7/2/202131 minutes, 41 seconds
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Marc Gordon – Gay Pride Documentary Project

Marc Gordon was trained at the International Center for Photography in New York City and studied street photography with Harvey Stein. His photography focuses on documentary style photography and unposed portraiture – two elements that can be clearly seen in his work from New York City’s Gay Pride Parade, an event that brims over with […]
6/8/202145 minutes, 20 seconds
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Kevin Fletcher – Avenue of Roses

Get to know the photographer behind the powerful photobook, "Avenue of Roses."
6/4/202149 minutes, 22 seconds
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Meryl Meisler – New York PARADISE LOST Bushwick Era Disco

Hear about Meryl Meisler's latest book and the many years of photography that led up to it's creation.
5/28/202154 minutes, 43 seconds
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Suitcase Joe – Street Photography on Skid Row

Meet an anonymous street photographer helping some of L.A.'s most vulnerable people tell their story.
5/14/202144 minutes, 54 seconds
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Michael Ernest Sweet – Social Media, Community Spirit, and the Great Gear Plateau

Get ready to talk shop with street photographer, writer, and teacher Michael Ernest Sweet.
5/7/202150 minutes, 59 seconds
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Philipp Meiners – Turning a Personal Project into a Photo Book

What does it take to bring a personal project to fruition? Philipp Meiners may have the answer.
4/23/202146 minutes, 36 seconds
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Matt Jerrams Talks Street Photography

Catching up with Matt Jerrams on all things street photography.
4/9/202136 minutes, 49 seconds
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Keep your street photography work consistent – Craig Litten

Photojournalist and advertising lifestyle photographer, Craig Litten, earns his living making photographs. So he knows the importance of having his work taken seriously. Craig says that one of the most important factors in being taken seriously is to take it seriously yourself. And part of that is to be consistent in the work you show […]
3/26/202130 minutes, 16 seconds
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Ritchie Roesch – Fuji Photo Blogging

Time to geek out on shooting Fuji with photo blogger Ritchie Roesch.
3/12/202146 minutes, 45 seconds
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Gulnara Samoilova – “Women Street Photographers” Book

The editor of a new photo book talks about showcasing the work of contemporary women street photographers.
3/5/202148 minutes, 43 seconds
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Nicolas St-Pierre – Long and Short Form Photography Projects

Nicolas St-Pierre may come from a small town in Quebec, but by all accounts, he is a world traveler. Nicolas is a diplomat with the Canadian Foreign Service, which has meant extensive travel around the world and even a few stints living abroad in places like China and Japan. But as has been the case […]
2/26/202154 minutes, 32 seconds
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Casey Meshbesher – Connecting People Through Platforms

Meet Casey Meshbesher - street photographer, video and multimedia artist, researcher, curator, and the founder of @womeninstreet (WiS).
2/12/202154 minutes, 32 seconds
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Juan Reyes – Founder of Miami Street Photography Festival

Get to know the founder of an exceptional street photography festival.
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Fredericksburg Street Photography Collective

Get to know an enthusiastic collective whose spirits haven't been dampened by the pandemic.
1/29/202158 minutes, 45 seconds
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Valérie Jardin – Street photography in the winter

This is just a quick reminder registration for the Publishing a Photo Book Workshop taught by Harvey Stein will close this coming Sunday (January 24) at midnight. The 7-week course begins Tuesday, January 26 at 1:00 PM Eastern time. It’s designed to help photographers who either have a completed project to publish but don’t know […]
1/22/202154 minutes, 33 seconds
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Michael Ruggiero – Long-term Projects

I’m writing this on January 15 which means we have just published the January 2021 issue of Street Photography Magazine. We are super excited because the January issue kicks off our year of women street photographers with a special issue that features work by all women. And throughout the year each issue will feature a […]
1/15/202158 minutes, 22 seconds
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Keith Dannemiller and his book projects

Our guest this week is Keith Dannemiller, an American photojournalist who has been living and working in Mexico City for the past 30 plus years. Keith is currently independent, but over the past 31 years he was associated with two US photo agencies: Black Star and Saba. In Latin America, he has covered a wide variety of situations, ranging from Nicaraguan Recontras to street children in México City to life on the US-México border and the evolution of a refugee camp in the Mexican state of Chiapas into a thriving community today.
1/1/20211 hour, 3 minutes, 39 seconds
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Change, Constraints and Creativity with Shlomi Amiga

Thanks to the Internet we now live in little silos of individual realities. The shared experiences we had before this phenomenon no longer exist. Then along comes the coronavirus pandemic that has thrust into a new shared experience not felt since the 911 attacks and the Kennedy assassination. It is a common reality we cannot […]
12/18/202057 minutes, 5 seconds
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Ashley Tillery – Street Portraits with a Purpose

Our guest this week is Ashley Tillery, a street photographer from Arlington, Virginia. Raised in a military family Ashley moved around a lot as a child which exposed her to many different cultures and places. But it wasn’t until after college while working as a folklorist in rural Alabama that she found the inspiration to […]
12/4/202049 minutes, 47 seconds
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Harvey Stein on Book Publishing

Lifelong New York street photographer and educator, Harvey Stein, has published 9 books throughout his career and I’ve had the pleasure of speaking with him about several of them over the years. When he finished his latest book, Then and and There, Mardi Gras 1979 we got together on a Zoom call to discuss the […]
10/2/20201 hour, 2 minutes, 1 second
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Shooting with Film – Andrew Walmsley

Today’s guest is Andy Walmsley. He is a resident of the UK, an IT professional in the telephone systems industry, a street photographer and huge film enthusiast. He’s also the host of the Photography Insights podcast. Andy began his photographic journey not long ago doing street photography with a digital camera. But as a very […]
1/3/202051 minutes, 7 seconds
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Women Street Photographers with Gulnara Samoilova

Today’s guest is Gulnara Samoilova. She’s an accomplished street photographer, founder and curator of the Women Street Photographers Instagram feed. She is also an award winning Associated Press photojournalist most notably for her photographs taken during the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York on 9/11.
12/20/201935 minutes, 48 seconds
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Street Photo Tip with Michael Kowalczyk

In this episode, our guest is Michael Kowalczyk, a photographer I met last year at the Miami Street Photography Festival, where I was honored to be asked to do a portfolio review with him. Michael is a multimedia specialist at the University of Konstanz in Germany. He’s also a prolific street photographer. Since we met last […]
12/6/201929 minutes, 22 seconds
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Magnum Streetwise Editor – Stephen McLaren

Stephen McLaren, editor of Magnum Streetwise, is a freelance photographer, author, curator, former TV Producer and aspiring script writer. Born and raised in Scotland, he now resides in Los Angles, California. In addition to being a very talented writer Stephen is also a highly accomplished street photographer himself. Some of his personal street photography is […]
11/22/201949 minutes, 57 seconds
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Blogging About Your Street Photography

Learn how to write about your photography in this podcast, where Bob and Ashley share their best writing tips for non-writers. (You'll get a free list of writing prompts for street photographers too!)
11/8/201926 minutes, 28 seconds
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Michael Stern and Storytelling in Commercial Photography

Michael Stern is Los Angeles based commercial photographer who specializes in construction and industrial still photography and timelapse photography. But he’s much more than that. Michael leverages his artistic and technical skills to become a storyteller of his clients’ projects. His motto is: Think like an artist. Shoot like a director. Edit like a storyteller. […]
10/18/20191 hour, 5 minutes, 41 seconds
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Arizona Street Photography – Interview with Alex Casares

Alex Casares spends most of his workday driving throughout his vast rural Arizona county.  He loves it because it gives him the ability to take his camera to pursue his passion for street photography while he works. Because he visits open desert, small towns and urban areas through the day results in a an eclectic […]
10/3/201949 minutes, 39 seconds
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Lightmob – a new interactive way to learn street photography and more

©David Ingraham I started publishing Street Photography Magazine almost by accident. For the past 10 years I’ve owned a web development business that specializes in creating online training websites. Back in 2013 I was researching some new iPad magazine technology that looked like a good application to be used for courses to be delivered over […]
7/11/201938 minutes, 39 seconds
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Lauren Welles discusses street photography in Seville

Last December I had the pleasure of finally meeting New York photographer Lauren Welles at the Miami Street Photography Festival. I’ve been a big fan of her work ever since we featured her in Street Photography Magazine in our January 2016 issue. It’s one thing to meet someone through our virtual world and it’s another […]
4/4/201937 minutes, 12 seconds
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Finding Stories Anywhere with Maria Ricossa

Mermaid As a long time actor, Maria Ricossa knows people. You could say she’s an expert on human behavior. She has spent a considerable amount of time thinking about what makes different kinds of people and characters tick, and she uses this ability to her advantage when she hits the streets of Toronto where she […]
3/7/201945 minutes, 13 seconds
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Craig Strong – Reinventing Yourself

Craig Strong, photojournalist, commercial photographer, founder of Lensbaby and its Chief Creative Officer has mastered the art of reinventing himself over the years. Along the way he has pushed the envelope in both his businesss and personal creativity. As a wedding photographer in the early 2000s Craig create the original Lensbaby to give his photos […]
2/21/201940 minutes
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Interview with Meryl Meisler

Typically we publish our podcast every other Thursday, but I’m adding a special one this week because I am so take with the work of today’s guest Meryl Meisler who I had the pleasure of meeting in person at the Miami Street Photography Festival back in December. Meryl is a native of new York City […]
2/14/201950 minutes, 55 seconds
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Best of Street Shooters of the Month 2018

Bob and Ashley talk about their favorite images from 2018 taken from the Street Shooters of the Month feature.
1/28/201927 minutes, 19 seconds
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Building a Cohesive Body of Work with Carmine Groe

Meet Carmine Groe, Toronto based street photographer with a love for sharing what he learns on the street. We learned a ton from him and are sure you will too!
1/24/201948 minutes, 36 seconds
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Best of Street Photography Magazine 2018

While many people are saying “good riddance” to 2018, for Street Photography Magazine we’re sad to see it go. 2018 was a great year for the magazine, which saw a spectacular line up of street photographers and images. In fact, I’d wager this year we had some of our best content to-date. In this episode […]
1/10/201933 minutes, 43 seconds
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Best Practices for Your Online Portfolio

Want to create an online portfolio but not sure where to start? Join us in this episode of Street Photography Magazine Podcast to get dozens of helpful tips and practical how-to advice.
12/27/201850 minutes, 30 seconds
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Our Street Shooting Adventures in Cuba with Matt Jerrams

  Growing up in the 50s and 60s I was taught to think of Cuba as an enemy state full of communists and Russians threatening our security and way of life. With no contact between our countries it remained an enigma to me most of my life. But I was also very curious about this […]
12/20/201840 minutes, 36 seconds
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The Making of a Personal Street Photography Portfolio with Miguel Ortiz

Welcome back to the Street Photography Magazine podcast. It’s really good to be back I apologize for publishing this two days late. Normally republish every other Thursday, but due to a freakish winter storm in the Carolinas I got stuck in Miami (if there is such a thing) for two extra days after the Miami […]
12/15/201846 minutes, 38 seconds
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Why it’s important to have your own online photography portfolio

Today we discuss the importance of having your own photography web presence (a portfolio), the pitfalls of relying on “free” services like Facebook and Flickr as a portfolio, the best practices for creating and managing you online portfolio, common mistakes and the most common obstacles to making a personal photography website. I’m also pleased to […]
11/30/201826 minutes, 8 seconds
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Street Photography treatment for PTSD with Shawn Augustson

Here’s a quick reminder about our Facebook group. It’s still small and very active with some very talented and passionate street photographers. You can join it by visiting That link will take you straight to the join page. If you tried to join over the last 2 weeks please accept my apologies for any […]
11/15/201847 minutes, 2 seconds
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Old School Straight and Truthful Photography with Nikita Stupin

Can you believe it’s November already?  It seems like summer just started and now we’re heading back into winter…at least up here in the norther hemisphere. First I’d like to give a plug to our Facebook  group called the  The Street Photography Community. It’s a small but mighty and very active group of highly motivated […]
10/31/201853 minutes, 40 seconds
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Andy Hann on self-publishing his book Welcome to Hollywood

The subject of our episode today is what I call the three P’s. Project, Passion, and Persistence. It’s really The hero of our story is Andy Hann, a creative director with Sony Studios in the Los Angeles area. Andy decided one day that he wanted to create a photo project about the people who frequent […]
10/18/201847 minutes, 59 seconds
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Kerry Faulkner – Journalist and Street Photographer

Our guest today is Kerry Faulkner, an Australian journalist / photojournalist and educator based in the city of Perth.  Her work has been published in The Walkley Magazine, The Australian Travel and Indulgence, Scoop Magazines, R.M. Williams Outback Magazine, The Sunday Times and too many others to list here.  Needless to say she’s quite busy. […]
10/4/20181 hour, 7 minutes, 2 seconds
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Mexico Between Life and Death – Interview with Harvey Stein

© 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 […]
9/20/201844 minutes, 2 seconds
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MIami Street Photography Festival with Juan Reyes and Veronica Valle

This is a special edition of the podcast all about the upcoming Miami Street Photography Festival coming soon in December. I’m writing this on Friday, September 14 as hurricane Florence is just making landfall in North Carolina. Earlier this week it looked like we were going to be overtaken by insanely heavy rain here in […]
9/14/201843 minutes, 7 seconds
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You don’t ask, you don’t get – Interview with Randall Roberts

I’m finally settling in from our epic move to beautiful Central Virginia. A few times I was beginning to feel like Moses, but things are beginning to get back to normal. Except for the hurricane of course. That’s something I never had to think about in the great white north. September Issue of SPM scheduled […]
9/11/201853 minutes, 36 seconds
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The benefits of blogging about your photography with Scott Law

It’s been a few weeks since our last podcast and that’s because my schedule has been absolutely crazy. Or preparing to move out of state and just a few weeks and I didn’t realize how disruptive this whole process would be. But once we settle into our new home thing should really settle down and […]
7/27/201841 minutes, 5 seconds
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Get Close and Get Out with Matt Jerrams

Copyright Matt Jerrams   In case you didn’t know it, the June issue of Street Photography Magazine issue is out…in fact we released it a little early this month due to our travel schedules. Ashley was in LA with her husband enjoying the sites and improving her Vietnamese skills.  She has a natural affinity for […]
6/22/201849 minutes, 17 seconds
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Jerome De Perlinghi – Eyes on Main Street Photo Festival

© Martin Parr/ MAGNUM PHOTOSBrighton, United Kingdom, 1983-1985 Over the past few decades the downtowns of small-town America, which were once always busy, are all but extinct. First came the big box stores, then category killers like Best Buy and Toys “R” Us, and now Amazon sweeping them aside. But all these phenomenon resulted in. […]
6/10/201851 minutes, 25 seconds
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Niko J. Kallianiotis discusses his new book and how he got it published

Houses Copyright Niko J. Kallianiotis Most photographers I know have a need to be recognized for their work. And the most frequent question I hear is “how do I publish a book?” Our guest today is Niko J. Kallianiotis, a native of Greece, who has lived and worked in Scranton, Pennsylvania for many years. This […]
5/24/201858 minutes, 26 seconds
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Ayash Basu discusses unique photo experiences through Loculars

Willets Point © Copyright Ayash Basu The April issue marked the 5th anniversary of Street Photography Magazine. What began as the test of a new publishing technology grew into an amazing community of passionate photographers of all nationalities and skill levels. It has been an amazing journey and I have you to thank for it. […]
5/4/201847 minutes, 15 seconds
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Tips for Getting Published in Street Photography Magazine

In this episode of the SPM podcast, Bob and I talk about the answer to one of our most frequently asked questions: “How can I get my work published in Street Photography Magazine?” We get this question all the time. Fortunately for us, all of our readers have a unique take on street photography and […]
3/15/201829 minutes, 19 seconds
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A Conversation with Diana Bagnoli – Resident Artist for Eyes on Main Street

Jackson Chapel Baptist Church’s worshipper About This Episode Diana Bagnoli Today we’ll talk more about the eyes on Main Street Festival which takes place every year in Wilson North Carolina. Our friend photojournalist Keith Dannemiller introduced me to this festival not long ago when he shared a project that he started as the artist in […]
3/1/201833 minutes, 27 seconds
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Des Byrne on Photography Collectives, Groups and Clubs

Grafton Street Dublin Des Byrne Recently, it was our pleasure to speak with Des Byrne, a talented Irish street photographer who picked up photography later in life and ran with it. When Des discovered his talent for shooting the streets, he noticed that an awareness of street photography in Ireland was lacking and decided to […]
2/8/201849 minutes, 46 seconds
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Our Favorite Street Shooter of the Month Images from 2017

Each week we receive hundreds of submissions from our community to be considered publication in the Street Shooters of the Month section of the magazine. It’s a pleasure to view so many excellent street photos but quite difficult to decide which 6 will make the cut for the monthly issue. This week Ashley and I […]
2/1/201820 minutes, 16 seconds
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Photo Review Show with David Jackson

David Jackson is a UK native who ended up living in China thanks to one very unexpected chain of events. Though his interest in photography dates back to his earlier years, it wasn’t until he found himself living in a very foreign environment that he began to feel the need to document all the goings […]
1/18/201846 minutes, 1 second
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Interview with Ray Anello

  Our guest today is Ray Anello who is recently retired from the Newsweek magazine, so it’s a real honor to speak to somebody who worked for such a prestigious publication. Ray grew up in a traditional Italian immigrant neighborhood in New York during the 1950s and 1960s. And he says in those days everybody […]
1/4/201853 minutes, 24 seconds
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The New York Street Photography Collective and a Tribute to Glenn Capers

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 […]
12/21/201758 minutes, 29 seconds
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Photo Review Show with Angelina Davydova

They say that great photographers are made not born, but today’s guest, Angelina Davydova is making me think twice about that theory. That’s because she has been doing street photography for only 2 months. When I first saw her images I was certain she had been at it for some time, but not so. Ashley […]
12/7/201749 minutes, 42 seconds
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Interview with Vincent Comparetto – How He Self-Published a Street Photography Book Series

For most of us we choose street photography as a creative outlet, while we follow another pursuit to earn a living. The two endeavors are often kept separate. But our guest today is doing both. He is combining his passion for street photography with a unique way of self-publishing a series of small books of […]
11/22/201744 minutes, 27 seconds
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Photo Evaluation show with John Simpson

Today we are joined by John Simpson, from Walnut Creek, California to take part in another evaluation show. John is recently retired from the legal profession and likes to spend his time honing his street photography skills. 
 John has submitted 3 photos for his evaluation. So please use the photos below to follow along […]
11/9/201742 minutes, 51 seconds
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Valerie Jardin discusses her new street photography book

In This Episode Today street photographer, author and teacher, Valerie Jardin, joins us to talk about her new book plus a number of other exciting things she has going on around the world. Before we spoke, I had an opportunity to read Valerie’s new book Street Photography: Creative Vision Behind the Lens and I was […]
10/26/201746 minutes, 3 seconds
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Dan Ginn discusses the art of photo blogging

Dan Ginn is a London based event and street photographer originally from Leeds.  Like the rest of us, Dan is on a photographic journey, but unlike most of us he takes the time to pause, reflect and write  about his lessons and experiences along the way. I was pleased when Dan agreed to sit down […]
7/7/201746 minutes, 42 seconds
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The Street Photo Evaluation Show with Warwick Davis

This week our evaluation volunteer is Warwick Davis, an avid street (and former professional) photographer from Sydney Australia. Warwick recently retired (early) from a career as a real estate appraiser to pursue his passion for street photography and travel. He’s also a big fan of major league baseball and the Boston Redsox. Warwick asked us […]
4/1/201743 minutes, 1 second
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The Photography Evaluation Show with Tatevik Vardanyan

Tatevik VardanyanTatevik Vardanyan is a commercial and editorial photographer based in Yerevan, Armenia. But her first love is Street Photography. She already has a very strong portfolio of not just her street work but also special projects and commercial assignments. Tatvik is very selective about which photographs to include in her portfolio. Recently she was […]
1/27/201734 minutes, 16 seconds
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Live from New York….It’s FujiLove!

Tomasz Trzebiatowski has done a masterful job creating the website and magazine FujiLove. In the process, he’s built a large and enthusiastic community centered around the well respected Fuji line of cameras. And I’m happy to count myself as a member. Next month Thomas takes his show on the road to New York City. The […]
1/22/201744 minutes, 19 seconds
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Because of Street Photography with Craig Boehman

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 […]
1/13/201744 minutes, 4 seconds
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The First Photo Evaluation Show

Join us with photographer Jake Metzger as we evaluate three of Jake's street photos taken during recent travels.
12/22/201651 minutes
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Improve your photography by writing about it

when you take the time to write out your thoughts about your photography, your results can improve dramatically. Listen to Ashley and Bob discuss how you can make this work for you.
11/25/201633 minutes, 20 seconds
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Feed Your Soul Through Street Photography

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, […]
11/14/201627 minutes, 3 seconds
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The challenge of street photography in small towns

Street photographers in small towns face many challenges finding good places to shoot. Today we share some ideas for those with few shooting opportunities.
11/4/201641 minutes, 3 seconds
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Valerie Jardin – Apply Your Street Photography Approach to Other Forms of Photography

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 […]
10/7/201642 minutes, 33 seconds
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How to get quality feedback about your street photos

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.
9/16/201636 minutes, 19 seconds
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Does street photography make you uncomfortable?

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.
8/26/201644 minutes, 59 seconds
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Interview with Tomash – Publisher of Fuji Love

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 […]
8/13/20161 hour, 15 minutes, 4 seconds
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A visit to the London Photo Expo and Street Photo News

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 […]
6/10/201636 minutes, 11 seconds
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Podcast Episode #4: New York Street Photographer and Author Harvey Stein

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 […]
11/28/201544 minutes, 4 seconds
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Podcast Episode #3: Photojournalist Lisa DeJong

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 […]
12/23/20141 hour, 5 minutes, 22 seconds
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Street Photography Magazine Podcast – Episode #1: Interview with Glenn Capers

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 […]
11/28/20141 hour, 23 minutes, 58 seconds
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Announcing the New Street Photography Magazine Podcast

Beginning this we are making some changes to how we distribute the Street Photography Magazine content. We have been publishing a monthly digital magazine through the Apple Newsstand and more recently directly though this website for almost two years. We have decided to stop the monthly paid publications and instead publish the content directly on […]
11/24/20146 minutes, 22 seconds