In this episode, my good friend Doug Kaye talks about his street photography adventure in Hong Kong, insurance, dash cams and much more...
This is Part II of a two-part episode of Hit The Streets with photographer and author John Harrington. John gives you extremely valuable business tips to help you monetize your photography skills. From pricing to contracts, invoicing to getting paid and so much more!
This is Part I of a two-part episode of Hit The Streets with photographer and author John Harrington. John gives you extremely valuable business tips to help you monetize your photography skills. From pricing to contracts, invoicing to getting paid and so much more!
Today my guest is Olga Karlovac. On this episode of Hit The Streets we discuss her unique style, projects, upcoming exhibit, etc.
Joshua Coombes is in the house! Take a listen as Josh joins me to talk about our #DoSomethingForNothing NYC-Paris photo exhibit at the Mpls Photo Center.
In this episode, German photographer Frank Meffert discusses how street photography in helping him deal with his depression on a daily basis. This is an important story worth sharing.
Welcome to a new Q&A and Photo Challenge episode. Guest co-host Chantal Mougel answer listener questions about adding a title to your photographs and doing research before hitting the streets of a new city. We announce the winners of the last photo challenge and announce a new one.
In this episode of hit The Streets, Valerie invited Seattle based photographer David Julian back on the show. You may remember our conversation on HTS 54 about photographing Burning Man. This week, David talks about ways to handle cultural barriers and avoid faux-pas when photographing the streets of the world. Enjoy!
This week I am pleased to share with you a conversation with UK based photographer Walter Rothwell. Enjoy our conversation as we talk about documentary photography, street work, competitions, cats and more...
Today my guest is photographer Fokko Muller and he shares his 'photo faves' with us, enjoy!
This week on Hit The Streets, British photographer Damien Lovegrove shares his amazing journey from cameraman at the BBC to photographer and educator. I truly enjoyed this conversation and Damien's drive and passion for the craft, and I am confident that you will listen to it more than once.
This week my guest co-host is Ugo Cei. We answer questions about ways to remain inconspicuous on the streets and focal lengths. We announce the winners of the last photo challenge and announce a new one and much, much more!
This week is a new Case Study episode. Alison Tinson submitted the case via email a few weeks ago about preparing her files to send them to the printer. I asked our good friends at WHCC to help us solve some of the mysteries of printing. Jed Taufer volunteered to take part in the conversation and answer our questions from sRGB color space to color calibration, from print size to paper selection... Take a listen and I think you will be less intimidated next time you send your files to the printer.
This week, my guest is Jeff Rothstein. Jeff has been photographing NYC for nearly 50 years. He’s witnessed and photographed many key historical and political events and the ever changing city scapes. But most of all, he recorded moments of everyday life which are, in my opinion, what makes street photography so important and valuable.
Today is a new Q&A and photo challenge episode and I invited Andy McSweeney AKA Andy McPhoto to co-host with me. We answer questions about gear theft prevention and the problem of wearing glasses and looking through the view finder. We also announce the winners of the last photo challenge and announce a new one.
Mikey Huff is a photographer and founder of ‘The Wool Sock Project’ based in Anchorage, Alaska. Mikey began distributing care packages to those living on the streets across Alaska, which included a pair of wool socks to help combat the freezing temperatures. Mikey exchanged these for a conversation, documenting these moments through portrait images. Mikey's career path is carved by his curiosity for humans, he believes the best way to improve the world around you is to use your strengths to lift up the community around you.
This is a new case study episode. We are talking about balancing a full time career with an emerging photography career. With guest podcast listener Mike Branch and guest co-host Steve Brokaw.
This week I invited Omar Z Robles on the show. I had the chance to meet him a couple of times and co-host a photo walk with him in NYC in 2016. You’ve all seen his work with dancers. Today I invite you to get to know the man behind the lens and learn about the passion that fuels his creativity.
This is a monologue episode as I have quite a few announcements this week regarding a new call for entry and a webinar series. I also answer a listener question about anxiety on the streets. Enjoy!
This week on Hit The Streets I talk with the founder of the 24 Hour Project, Renzo Grande. Find out all there is to know about this fun project and how you can get involved this year!
This week, my guest co-host is German photographer Kai Behrmann. Together we answer questions about consistency in producing photo series and useful steps you can take to improve your photography today.
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.
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.