Finding your VOICE in Street Photography

Your voice, or personal style as a photographer is a life long commitment to making images. Some find this early on, others take a while to mature. As I just finished teaching the Streets of Photography workshop with my friend Hugh Brownstone this week – this is what we addressed with the attendees.

Spy Street Photography With Strange Lens Attachment

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The SLR camera that captured the Rolling Stones on stage, the shot of a lifetime

Photographer Richard Crawley captured one of the most iconic photos of Mick Jagger with his tongue out at a show in Australia. Here he tells the story behind the shot. “And he looks straight at me with this famous famous image … with his hands behind his head and his tongue sticking out and, of […]

What Makes Great Street Photography?

Jack Simon has worked as a psychiatrist for four decades. Ten years ago, he began a personal journey in photography, and these days he rarely goes anywhere without a camera by his side. Simon’s street photographs reflect a curious mind and a sharp eye. “I enjoy the hunt for that moment of mystery, surprise, and humor […]

Everybody Street

Trailer for upcoming video “Everybody Street” which  illuminates the lives and work of New York’s iconic street photographers and the incomparable city that has inspired them for decades. Here are their upcoming screening dates (As of this post) Melbourne, November 4 Independent Photography Festival New York, November 11-12, 16-17 Nitehawk Cinemas tickets Miami, December 5-8 Miami […]

Shoot People on Street as Celebrities

Philippe Echaroux went out into the streets with a Hasselblad and an Elinchrom Ranger Quadra setup and took some great street portraits. More of Philippe’s work can be seen at www.pays-imaginaire.fr