Things I Learned About Self-Publishing, by Self-Publishing by Kramer O’Neill

Eric’s Note: I am pleased to have street photographer Kramer O’Neill share in this guest blog post his experiences about self-publishing two of his books. It is an incredibly difficult process–check out what he learned through the process in the post below! Kramer: In 2011, I designed, printed, and distributed two photo books: Pictures of People and… Read more about Things I Learned About Self-Publishing, by Self-Publishing by Kramer O’Neill

Kip Praslowicz Shooting Medium and Large-format Street Photography [Video]

Kip Praslowicz, a very active street photographer in the community, recently got filmed by PBS on his street photography and portraiture work. Check out the video to find out more about Kip’s approach and thoughts behind street photography and portraiture (and his love for medium-format and large-format film). Check out more of Kip’s work at: http://www.kpraslowicz.com/

CritiqueMe #2: Gustavo Mondragon

Eric’s Note: CritiqueMe is an on-going street photography critique series by Ollie Gapper, a street photographer based in the UK.  Ollie: For this weeks CritiqueMe I chose to comb through the work of prolific Tweeter, Gustavo Mondragon. I was sucked into the portrayla of life Mondragon presents from his hometown of Mexico City. I always… Read more about CritiqueMe #2: Gustavo Mondragon

David Gibson: “I’m Still Learning Through Teaching” By Ollie Gapper

In this post I’m honoured to have the privilege to present an interview with one of the original members of In-Public and practicing street photographer, David Gibson. David’s work is among the strongest I’ve seen from a practicing contemporary street photographer, and has inspired me to refine my eye even more, to try and make images… Read more about David Gibson: “I’m Still Learning Through Teaching” By Ollie Gapper

“Discover Your Unique Street Photography Style” Intermediate Workshop in Downtown LA with Eric Kim, Rinzi Ruiz, and Jordan Dunn(2/3-2/5)

Are you an avid street photographer seeking to develop your own unique photographic vision and stand out from the crowd? To this day, there are countless street photographers pounding the pavement and shooting anything that moves with their cameras and smartphones.  How does one stand out from the crowd?  How does one build a strong,… Read more about “Discover Your Unique Street Photography Style” Intermediate Workshop in Downtown LA with Eric Kim, Rinzi Ruiz, and Jordan Dunn(2/3-2/5)

Why Street Photographers Need To Take Themselves More Seriously

(Above image by Magnum Photographer Elliott Erwitt) I consider myself first a sociologist, then a photographer. If anything, being a street photographer allows me to synthesize these two loves. On top of that, I am a lover of knowledge, theory, experimentation, as well as teaching. Fortunately being able to teach street photography for a living makes… Read more about Why Street Photographers Need To Take Themselves More Seriously

CritiqueMe #1: Nicolas Hermann

Eric’s Note: This is part of an on-going critique series called “CritiqueMe” by Ollie Gapper. Enjoy the feature below!  Ollie Gapper: Well I’d like to first off say thank you to everyone who took the time to enter for the first installment of CritiqueMe, I’ve had the great pleasure of looking at some truly fantastic work. I’d… Read more about CritiqueMe #1: Nicolas Hermann