This week I'm having a conversation with my friend Patrick a Roque from Montreal, Canada. We talk about inspiration, visual memory, medium format, snow and more...
My guest today is Pia Parolin, she was on the French Riviera, on the evening of 14 July 2016, a truck was deliberately driven into crowds of people celebrating Bastille Day on the Promenade des Anglais in Nice. The horrible event resulted in the deaths of 86 people and the injury of over 450 others.
Although she would never look at the famous promenade the same again, she decided to document happier days again and started a series called Promenade Moments.
This week on Hit The Streets my guest co-host is photographer Paul Vincent. Together we answer questions regarding the historical value of street photography and how to find inspiration in your home town. We also give the name of the winner of the last street challenge and announce a new one.
This week, Jared Kamrowski, founder of The Thrifty Traveler, is on the show shares tips to make your dream trip come true just a little faster and much more. Enjoy!
My guest today is Iwona Pinkowicz. She tells us about her street portrait project 'chasing Dreams' as well as her own dreams in her pursuit of being a full time photographer.
This week on Hit The Streets, I am joined by photographers Meri Kukkavaara and Bjorn Moerman as they discuss participating in the 24 Hour Project in their respective cities and how you can too.
This week on Hit The Streets I share my conversation with Spyros Papaspyropoulos. We talk about Street Hunters, their plans for 2017 and... Flash street photography!
In this fun Photo Faves segment of Hit The Streets with Valerie Jardin, San Francisco based photographers RE Casper and Jim Watkins share their favorite photography books, sources of inspiration, gear, accessories, etc.
My friend Chris Marquardt, the guy behind Tips From The Top Floor, joins me this week from Hannover, Germany to talk about the ins and outs of film photography for photographers today.
In this conversation, Swiss photographer Gabriel Hill tells us about his project ImPORTRAITS. He photographed refugees with the most important possession they took with them when they had to flee their country.
This is the first Q&A and Photo Challenge episode on Hit the Streets with Valerie Jardin. This week my guest co-host this week is Matt Hart from the UK. Together we answer questions about getting close-in shots on the streets, taking care of your camera in extreme weather and tips on how to become a better street photographer.