My guest today became an air force photographer at the age of 17 and became one of the few women combat photographers. After being wounded, she retired from the military and is now devoting her time and energy on a very special project called the Veterans Portrait Project. I hope you enjoy my conversation with Stacy Pearsall.
In this new regular 'Case Studies' segment of Hit The Streets, I invite listeners on the show to discuss a specific topic that they are concerned about and can benefit the photography community at large. Today my guest is Dennis Linden, who recently survived a massive heart attack. The event prompted him to start organizing his photographs in order to leave a legacy for his children and generations to come. Alhough not the most joyful topic, this is an important one and we discuss different ways to prevent our precious photographs to be forever lost or ignored.
In this conversation episode of Hit The Streets, I invited Peter Turnley to talk about his early years as a photographer. We learn about his move to Paris, the people who changed his life and his early assignments.
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.
For the last episode of 2017 I invited my good friend Karen Hutton back on the show. We chat about the 2017 and make plans for 2018. Wishing you all a creative 2018!
My guest today is photographer Bill Young. He tells us how is Instagram account went viral overnight from a simple tweet from his daughter... Enjoy!
This week I talk about image theft with lawyer, photographer and author Joelle Verbrugge. She gives us simple tips of what to do and what not to do if you see one of your images used without authorization.
A little house keeping related to the podcast and other photographic news this week. I also answer two listener questions in a monologue episode.
New eBook: #DoSomethingForNothing NYC with Joshua Coombes Fundraiser to help support Josh and his project. Any donation welcome!
New Valerie Jardin Limited Edition Streetomatic Camera Bag by Cosyspeed:
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This week is a new Q&A and Photo challenge episode and I invited the founder of CosySpeed and the acclaimed Camslinger camera bag Thomas Ludwig to co-host with me. We talk about a new 'Valerie Jardin' limited edition camera that is released this week in support of Joshua Coombes and #DoSomethingForNothing.
My guest and I also answer listener questions and announce the winners of the last photo challenge.
This week is new Photo Faves segment with guest Scott Wyden Kivowitz. He shares his favorite photo books, gear, accessories, etc.
This week my guest is photographer, author and podcaster Ibarionex Perello. I hope you enjoy this conversation.
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!
This week my good friend Bjorn Moerman and I share a few dumb things we've done with our cameras. And also share some of the audience's mistakes.
This week on Hit The Streets, guest co-host Jens Krauer and I answer listener questions about personal projects and spot metering. We also give the names of the winners of the last challenge and announce the new one.
We just launched Valerie Jardin's Hit The Streets Worldwide Photowalks so it's a great time to have two members of the global admin team on the show to talk about it. Ryan Katsanes and Ruven Gotz join me this week to talk about this new adventure!
In this episode of Hit The Streets, the tables are turned and Valerie is the guest on Alec's show! She talks about her new book, Street Photography - Creative Vision Behind the Lens and answers when, why and how the project became a reality.
In this new Photo Faves segment, Italian photographer Ugo Cei tells us about his favorite gear, accessories, books, etc.
This week Seattle based photographer David Julian talks about the experience of photographing Burning Man.
This week is a new Q&A and Photo Challenge episode. My guest co-host, Mel Rolleri and I answer listener questions, give the names of the winners of the last challenge and announce a new one!
Thanks to Fujifilm North America I just had the great pleasure to spend a few days documenting the work of Joshua Coombes, the founder of #DoSomethingForNothing, on the streets of New York City. It was an incredible experience and definitely the most important photographs I've ever taken.
My guest this week is Ralph Velasco, founder of PhotoEnrichment Adventures, as well as a travel photography instructor, author and international guide.
My guest today is Alec Hosterman. Alec was in Charlottesville during the recent deadly attack. He was there on a self assignment to practice his photo documentary skills. Today he gives us an account of his experience.
This week my good friend Steve Brokaw is sitting in for me and interviews photographer and YouTuber Matt Day. Enjoy!
This week on Hit The Streets my good friend Karen Hutton is back and together we answer listener questions about rituals to get in the zone, why our obsession with photography, socks and more!