An Interview with Fred Lyon: San Francisco Time

Fred Lyon was known a photographer who captured the spirit of San Francisco in brilliant black-and-white starting in the late 1940s. He died yesterday (Aug 25th, 2022) at the age of 97. Most notable were his images from the 1950s of night, rain and fog in the city. They capture the both the literal and […]

5 Must Use Street Photography Tips

Street photography is always a rush for me, I love getting those unexpected shots especially in my hometown of Seattle at the Pike Place Market. Tim Northey walks you through some great tips and the one key thing I saw in his images that he didn’t address, he uses a lot of things from buildings, […]

A Master at Work: Sir Don McCullin in Kolkata

Kolkata is a city rich with photographic opportunity. Follow Master Photographer Sir Don McCullin as he captures the richness and vibrancy of this city of almost 15 million people packed into 80 square miles. At 82 years old, Don is hard to keep up with as his excitement and champing at the bit to get […]

5 Street Photography Tips Every Photographer Should Know

These five simple steps from Photographer Faizal Westcott will have you on your way to getting better images while shooting street photography. Have you camera at the ready close as opposed to hanging around your neck Get out of the crowds, yes too many people can be a bit overwhelming Minimize distractions; shoot alone Don’t […]

Photoshoot at the Fair, Behind The Scenes

A fun behind the scenes look at shooting at a fair or festival with Irene Rudnyk. Follow my friend Carlos : https://www.instagram.com/moralview/ Model Mckenzie : https://www.instagram.com/kenzie_spenser_parry/ My KelbyOne Courses : https://members.kelbyone.com/course/irudnyk-creative-portraits/ https://members.kelbyone.com/course/the-secrets-of-posing-styling/ These courses are available for “Pro Members” only Music : http://share.epidemicsound.com/mBb9F (affiliate link) Honeycomb – Lvly Candy Land – Velee Hands On Your […]

5 MUST KNOW STREET Photography TIPS

Pierre Lambert shares some excellent tips on Street Photography. His tip to get out and shoot during bad weather is key, especially during the winter. Are you a Street Photographer?

BANGLADESH by Bryn North

This video is jaw-dropping in the editings, pacing and storytelling. Bryn North has a gift for creating some of the best travel videos I have seen and ‘Bangladesh’ will take you on a wonderful journey that is awe-inspiring. Make sure you watch this in full screen. Also, check out his behind the scenes videos if […]

DIY Print Images on Glass & Mirrors

Nitsa Malik has always been a favorite of mine and I own a couple of her books on creating image transfers and mixed media. Here’s a quick and easy guide to transfer your images to glass. Buy her Mixed Media Photography book on Amazon.

Simple Settings For Street Photography

This is a quick and concise overview of how to set your camera’s settings to shoot street photography. One other suggestion would be to shoot in RAW format to have a bit more latitude with your exposure. If you are a Street Photographer, you really want to check out his Youtube channel as well.

Law and Ethics in Street Photography

Sean Tucker talks with Nick Dunmar Business and Legal Advisor for the Association of Photographers (AOP). Some of the key takeaways and this is coming from UK law, which may be similar in America. You can photograph people legally if you are in a public space. (Keep in mind, some spaces may not be public, […]