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Street Photography Magazine

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Rank #130 in Visual Arts category

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Street Photography inspiration, interviews, training and projects

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Street Photography inspiration, interviews, training and projects

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Street Photography Magazine

Latest release on Jan 17, 2020

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Rank #1: Lauren Welles discusses street photography in Seville

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Last December I had the pleasure of finally meeting New York photographer Lauren Welles at the Miami Street Photography Festival. I’ve been a big fan of her work ever since we featured her in Street Photography Magazine in our January 2016 issue. It’s one thing to meet someone through our virtual world and it’s another sit down and bread bread with them.

This week Lauren stopped by to catch up on what she’s been doing photographically since her feature. And I must say, she’s been very busy. The work she’s been producing shows it (be sure to check out some of her recent photos below).

In June she’s holding a pretty cool workshop in Seville Spain during the “El Roció” pilgrimage with photographer Jon Kral. Then later in the year she’s traveling to Sydney, Australia for the Head On Photo Festival.

Over the past few years Lauren has been creating a documentary project about Stickball in New York. In the process she has gotten very close to the players, fans and league culture. It shows in her work. Have a look some of her recent photos below.

We’ll be inviting more of our past featured photographers to join us on the podcast in future episodes. If you have any favorites you’d like to hear from please drop send me an email at bob@streetphotographymagazine.com with your choice.

Some recent work by Lauren Welles

“Haircut” Havana, Cuba. 2018

“Fútbol” Havana, Cuba. 2018

Team Sugarhill after winning the 2018-season East Harlem stickball championship. East 109th St., East Harlem, NYC. 2018

Eight-year old, Jacob de Jesus, watches his grandfather, Joe Sr., at bat. East 109th St., East Harlem, NYC. 2018

New York State Assemblyman, Robert Rodriguez, dances with a stickball fan during the E. 117th St. annual stickball block party. East Harlem, NYC. 2017

Aaron Rivera, Bianca Creales and Delia Carrion, try to distract the player who is batting against their fathers’ team, with their trash talk. Stickball Boulevard, Bronx, NY 2017.

Apr 04 2019

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Rank #2: Michael Stern and Storytelling in Commercial Photography

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Michael Stern is Los Angeles based commercial photographer who specializes in construction and industrial still photography and timelapse photography. But he’s much more than that. Michael leverages his artistic and technical skills to become a storyteller of his clients’ projects.

His motto is: Think like an artist. Shoot like a director. Edit like a storyteller. These words of wisdom can serve all street photographers well as they work.

In addition to his work as a commercial photographer Michael is a longtime instructor at the Los Angeles Center for Photography (LACP) where he has taught a basic photography for several years. He’s in good company because other instructors at LACP include Sam Abell, Julia Dean, Ibarionex Perello, Matt Stuart, Joe McNally and too many others to list.

Michael’s favorite advice for photographers is to pay attention to what strikes you and stops you cold and to be brutal in editing your work.

Links and Resources We Mentioned in the Show

A Selection of Michaels Recent Work

Worker candid portraits of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA

Worker candid portraits of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA

Worker candid portraits of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA

Progress photographs of the Crenshaw line in Los Angeles, CA

Oct 18 2019

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Rank #3: Arizona Street Photography – Interview with Alex Casares

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Alex Casares spends most of his workday driving throughout his vast rural Arizona county.  He loves it because it gives him the ability to take his camera to pursue his passion for street photography while he works.

Because he visits open desert, small towns and urban areas through the day results in a an eclectic style making photos of a wide variety of subjects.  In any single say he can make images of anything from broken down trucks, cactus, horses, street people and dog walkers.

Alex is very active in the Street Photography Magazine Facebook Group where he regularly posts new photos new photos and provides feedback to other members. His enthusiasm for our craft is infectious. We can all use a little of that.

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Oct 03 2019

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Rank #4: Lightmob – a new interactive way to learn street photography and more

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©David Ingraham

I started publishing Street Photography Magazine almost by accident.

For the past 10 years I’ve owned a web development business that specializes in creating online training websites. Back in 2013 I was researching some new iPad magazine technology that looked like a good application to be used for courses to be delivered over time.

After purchasing a license to create a magazine app I had to create a magazine to learn how it worked. So I decided to make a magazine about my favorite genre of photograph…Street Photography

The magazine took off and I haven’t looked back. That was over 6.5 years ago.

But my day job is still leveraging internet technology to deliver training via the web. And I continue to be intrigued by some of the creative ways people are using this technology to help others learn new skills.

Carter Williams – Lighmob co-founder

Kevin Gondo – Lighmob co-founder

Recently I met the founders of LIghtmob who have created a really cool mobile-based photography knowledge sharing platform that enables you to connect directly with an instructor to learn a number of photography skills.

It looked really cool, so I had to give it a try. I signed up for a lesson with award winning street photographer, David Ingram in Los Angeles. It was a very unique learning experience and I learned a lot from him.

Today our guests are Kevin Gondo and Carter Williams, the founders of LIghmob. They will tell us more about themselves and this unique photography learning platform that they created.

Jul 11 2019

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