Experience the Magic of Film: Introduction to Film Street Photography in Kyoto (11/16-11/18) with Eric Kim, Bellamy Hunt, Sean Lotman, and Junku Nishimura

WANT TO EXPERIENCE THE MAGIC OF SHOOTING AND DEVELOPING FILM OF THE BEAUTIFUL STREETS OF KYOTO? Do you have a film camera just lying around collecting dust? Have you been ever curious about experiencing the magic of film of creating life in your images by processing your own negatives? Do you wish to gain a… Read more about Experience the Magic of Film: Introduction to Film Street Photography in Kyoto (11/16-11/18) with Eric Kim, Bellamy Hunt, Sean Lotman, and Junku Nishimura

Street Photography Google+ Hangout with Rinzi Ruiz and Vivienne Gucwa, hosted by Karen Hutton and Dave Veffer

Thanks to Trey Ratcliff for inviting me to his Google+ Hangout talk on street photography. Unfortunately he wasn’t able to host, but Karen Hutton was generous enough to lead the discussion. I was able to join my good friend Rinzi Ruiz and Vivienne Gucwa in which we talk about street photography and the stories behind… Read more about Street Photography Google+ Hangout with Rinzi Ruiz and Vivienne Gucwa, hosted by Karen Hutton and Dave Veffer

Award-winning Multimedia Journalist, Street Photographer, and Professor: Interview with Richard “Koci” Hernandez from The Mobile Photo Group

(All photographs in this article copyrighted by Richard “Koci” Hernandez) Eric’s Note: I was introduced to the work of Richard “Koci” Hernandez by two of my good friends, Misho Baranovic and Oliver Lang from The Mobile Photo Group. What first struck me about Koci’s work is the depth, soul, and the mood of his beautifully-crafted… Read more about Award-winning Multimedia Journalist, Street Photographer, and Professor: Interview with Richard “Koci” Hernandez from The Mobile Photo Group

Discover Your Unique Street Photography Style: 3-Day Intermediate/Advanced Workshop in Tokyo with Bellamy Hunt (11/9-11/11)

STUCK IN A CREATIVE RUT AND LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION TO TAKE YOUR STREET PHOTOGRAPHY TO THE NEXT LEVEL IN TOKYO? Do you feel that when you look at your street photographs, you have a hard time defining your style? Do you dream of creating unique and eye-popping images that stand out from the crowd? Do… Read more about Discover Your Unique Street Photography Style: 3-Day Intermediate/Advanced Workshop in Tokyo with Bellamy Hunt (11/9-11/11)

Burn My Eye Photography Exhibition Opening @ Third Floor Gallery in Cardiff (Friday, Sept 14th)

I am excited to announce that  Burn My Eye (an international photography collective) is holding its second exhibition at the very prestigious Third Floor Gallery from September 14 to October 28. They are one of my favorite photography collectives at the moment- I love the energy, originality, and exuberance of their members’ images. Make sure to put it in your… Read more about Burn My Eye Photography Exhibition Opening @ Third Floor Gallery in Cardiff (Friday, Sept 14th)

Video Interview with Anton Kawasaki about Instagram and the Future of Mobile Photography

Anton Kawasaki is a member of The Mobile Photo Group and also a street photographer based in NYC. He uses the iPhone more or less exclusively for his work, and started shooting around the same time that Sion Fullana started as well. Coming from a nearly a 20-year background in the comic book industry and… Read more about Video Interview with Anton Kawasaki about Instagram and the Future of Mobile Photography

Video Interview with Sion Fullana, NYC Street Photographer from The Mobile Photo Group

In New York, I was very pleased to meet up with Sion Fullana, a journalist, film-maker, and street photographer based here. He is originally from Spain, and once coming to the city (and getting an iPhone 3G as a present from Anton Kawasaki)–he started hitting the streets and shooting. After several popular photos he published… Read more about Video Interview with Sion Fullana, NYC Street Photographer from The Mobile Photo Group

From Military Photographer to Street Photographer: Interview with Gary Tyson from Hong Kong

Last year when I taught my street photography workshop in Hong Kong, I finally had the chance to meet Gary Tyson in person (and teach alongside him). Gary is a very thoughtful and down-to-earth guy who shows great compassion for the subjects that he shoots. He had a beginning in military photography, and now founded… Read more about From Military Photographer to Street Photographer: Interview with Gary Tyson from Hong Kong

Best Student Photos from my NYC Introduction to Street Photography Workshop with Adam Marelli

I had a phenomenal time this past weekend teaching my Introduction to Street Photography Workshop with Adam Marelli. Not only did everyone push themselves to get over their fear of shooting street photography, but they also applied the fundamentals of design & composition (taught by Adam) in creating solidly constructed images! Make sure to see… Read more about Best Student Photos from my NYC Introduction to Street Photography Workshop with Adam Marelli

3 Concepts from Cognitive Science That Can Help You Become a Better Street Photographer

What makes a photograph memorable? What makes a photograph so powerful and so magical that it burns itself into our memories? Why do certain photographs withstand the history of time? Why do certain shots that are perfectly composed and framed are easily forgotten or dismissed? What makes a great photograph? How much of it is… Read more about 3 Concepts from Cognitive Science That Can Help You Become a Better Street Photographer

Snap! Contemporary Street Photography Talk @ Museum of NYC, Monday Sept 10th with Bram, Gilden, Plachy & Sandler

(Above photograph copyrighted by Richard Bram) I saw a message via Richard Bram on Twitter about an upcoming street photography talk in NYC at the Museum of NYC, Monday Sept 10th at 6:30pm! If you are in town, make sure to attend! The price is only $12 and I am looking forward to the informative… Read more about Snap! Contemporary Street Photography Talk @ Museum of NYC, Monday Sept 10th with Bram, Gilden, Plachy & Sandler