Valérie and guest co-host Patrick La Roque answer listener questions about inspiration, creative flow and composition.
In this episode, Valérie shares a conversation with New York City photographer James Maher.
In this episode Valérie shares a conversation with Lawrence Jackson, one of the official White House photographers during the Obama presidency and author of YES WE DID, Photos and behind the scenes stories celebrating our first African American President.
In this episode of Hit The Streets, Valérie talks with Chris Smith, the founder of the Out of Chicago Conference. They discuss the challenges of organizing such events as well as the exciting up coming In-Depth online conference.
Valerie talks with San Diego based French photographer Antoine Didienne. They discuss his Dads Project and much more!
Valérie and guest co-host Debby Cole answer listener questions about the way they handle street photography during a pandemic. They announce the winners of the last photo challenge and announce a new one.
Chris Marquardt is back on the show! Valerie and Chris talk about travel, living a creative live, adaptation, online teaching and more!
This week my guest is Neil Kramer. We talk about his very touching self portrait/documentary project in which he included his ex-wife and his mother, all sharing a small apartment in Queens during the lockdown.
This week my guest is Peter McConnochie, a.k.a. Urban Scot. We talk about his confinement project Lockdown 2020 and much more!
In this episode Valérie invites travel expert Jared Kamrowski from The Thrifty Traveler. Together they discuss travel refund options, how airlines are coping, and much more!
Valérie and guest co-host Angelo Fernandes answer listener questions about creativity and adaptation during troubled times.
This week my guest is someone you’ve heard on the show before, our good friend David DuChemin. We talk a bout his latest book The Heart of the Photograph: 100 questions for making stronger, more expressive photographs and much more!
My guest today published one self portrait per day for a year and the result is a very inspiring body of work titled Internal Voices.
This week on Hit The Streets you will learn a new way to use your photography skills by combining them with an awesome initiative called #GiveSealifeAHand. Let's spread the word and the love and enjoy my conversation with Tòmas Tigchelaar-Lourenço's work!
In this episode of hit The Streets, Valerie shares a delightful conversation with photographer Barbara Peacock about the making of American Bedroom, a truly inspiring project!
Valérie and guest co-host Simon King answer a listener’s question, announce the winners of the last photo challenge and announce a new one. Enjoy!
In this episode Valérie invites photo journalist Phil Penman, who has just moved to NYC when 9/11 happened. We talk about his experience, how it has changed him and much more.
In this episode, Valerie invites Santa Barbara photographer, author and educator Chris Orwig. They talk about his approach to capture authentic portraits, and much more. This episode is sure to inspire you!
It’s a tradition… Valérie invites her good friend Karen Hutton for a new year special! This time, Karen and Valérie talk about creative freedom, vision, authenticity, pixel peepers and much, much more.
This week Valerie Jardin and guest co-host Jens Krauer answer listener questions, announce the winner of the last photo challenge and talk about the next one.
It's a yearly tradition! I invited gear guru and all-around awesome guy, Gordon Laing, back on the show to answer your gear and technical questions.
In this episode the tables are turned and Valerie Jardin is being interviewed by Alec Hosterman on her teaching philosophy, ethics as a street photographer, and much more.
Jessica Sterling is a portrait and event photographer based in LA. You will love her fun personality as she shares lots of useful tips that can apply to a wide range of photographic genres, including photographing celebrities.
Today Valerie shares a conversation with Greg Turner, a photographer from the UK. They discuss two specific projects Greg completed in recent years and how projects often come to the photographer in the most unexpected ways.