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Inspiring Stories of Regular People – Sam Huggin
1:04:29In this episode, Sam Huggin, a production assistant in Richmond, Virginia, discusses the importance of film and photography in storytelling. Sam shared how framing shots can convey a message that relates to a larger narrative. He spoke about how, for him, photography captures the beauty and complexity of the world, and resonates with people through […] The post Inspiring Stories of Regular People – Sam Huggin first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
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Capturing the Unnoticed with Joe Jasper
1:09:39Joe Jasper is a passionate street photographer who resides in Washington DC. In addition to photography, he also works as an Events and Experience Producer for a DC-based company and has in the past worked as a Videographer and a Photography Instructor in the Washington area. Joe’s photography revolves around his ability to capture moments, […] The post Capturing the Unnoticed with Joe Jasper first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
Photograph the moment, not “the thing” – Richard Morgan
1:15:17Richard Morgan is a professional photographer and photography education from London. He recently authored a powerful article in June 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine titled The Poetry of Everyday Life in Wartime Ukraine about how life goes on amid the relentless Russian attacks on their country. His passion for street photography started when he […] The post Photograph the moment, not “the thing” – Richard Morgan first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
Recording magic moments that are right with the world – Bob Soltys
1:00:32Portrait Photo by Joshua McLaughlin Growing up in Gary Indiana, Bob Soltys discovered his love for photography while shelving books in his local library. It was then he encountered The Eye of Eisensteadt which left an indelible impact on him. From photographing Bobby Kennedy’s rally with his humble Instamatic camera to investing his earnings in […] The post Recording magic moments that are right with the world – Bob Soltys first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
Illuminating the Past: Larry Racioppo’s Reflections on his Extensive Archive of Photographs
56:28Step into the realm of forgotten moments and untold personal tales as we explore the depths of an extraordinary photo archive. The post Illuminating the Past: Larry Racioppo’s Reflections on his Extensive Archive of Photographs first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
Kenneth Wajda – In-between Moments
1:01:42Kenneth Wajda is a professional photographer and avid street photographer from Colorado. He has a unique approach to photography and a real passion for capturing those special moments that happen in our everyday lives. According to him, photography is a way to capture life as it is and to showcase the essence of people and […] The post Kenneth Wajda – In-between Moments first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
Mark Gilvey – Blurb for Photographers
53:30Mark Gilvey is an artist and photographer in Northern Virginia near Washington, DC. He began his career documenting endurance sports car racing. He later became interested in multi-image production, designing art for panoramic presentations using multiple slide projectors. As technology evolved, Mark taught himself digital design and went on to work in pre-press, web design, […] The post Mark Gilvey – Blurb for Photographers first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.
Mister Monochrome – Paul Reid
1:07:06Paul Reid is a professional photographer from Carlisle in the north of England. For many years he specialized in wedding photography using only small cameras with prime lenses to capture fleeting moments that tell the story of the day’s events. This made it an easy transition when he became serious about street photography. Because of […] The post Mister Monochrome – Paul Reid first appeared on Street Photography Magazine.