Street Photography Magazine, “Radiate” Issue 3 Available!

I am excited to share that Stu Egan has recently published Issue 3 of Radiate Magazine. This issue contains great photography by Kaushal Parikh, Tony Marciante, Abby Robinson, Zisis Kardianos, Andrew Kochanowski, Gustavo Gomes and Tony Spatara. With over 100 pages of photography and interviews, this is definitely something you will love. While the PDF download… Read more about Street Photography Magazine, “Radiate” Issue 3 Available!

Street Photography Weekly Assignment #9: “Sensuality/Sexuality” Winner

I am excited that for this week’s winner for the “Sensuality/Seuxality” theme chosen by last week’s winner Timothy Cadman is Josefiel Rivera! Definition of Sensuality (by the Merriam-Webster dictionary): The relating to or consisting in the gratification of the senses or the indulgence of appetite. Definition of Sexuality (by the Merriam-Webster Dictionary): The quality or state of being sexual. The… Read more about Street Photography Weekly Assignment #9: “Sensuality/Sexuality” Winner

Alec Soth Lecture and Film Screening, Today Oct. 25, 7:00PM at the Detroit Film Theater

(Above video: Trailer for “Somewhere to Disappear“) Eric’s Note: Brian Day, fellow street photographer from Detroit, just passed along this information regarding a unique opportunity to meet Alec Soth, Magnum Photographer. More information about the event below: Brian: Just thought I’d pass this along for those of you within reach of the Detroit area. The Detroit Film… Read more about Alec Soth Lecture and Film Screening, Today Oct. 25, 7:00PM at the Detroit Film Theater

Capturing The Disappearing Faces of Chicago: Interview with Brian Soko, Street Photographer

Eric’s Note: Brian Soko is a street photographer based in Chicago, Illinois. I was first introduced to Brian’s work by Jason Martini, another street photographer based in Chicago. Brian is a native of Chicago, and has been shooting there for many years- and has experienced the changes and evolution of the city. Armed with his… Read more about Capturing The Disappearing Faces of Chicago: Interview with Brian Soko, Street Photographer

The Challenges and Rewards of Shooting Street Photography With a Medium-Format TLR Camera

Eric’s Note: This guest blog post is by Christian Nilson, a street photographer based in Zurich. Christian attended my Introduction to Street Photography Workshop in Berlin this year, and upon meeting Juliane Eirich (one of my guest lecturers) and seeing her work, he decided to experimenting using a square-format TLR. In his article below he… Read more about The Challenges and Rewards of Shooting Street Photography With a Medium-Format TLR Camera

Venice/Verona Introduction to Composition/Design Workshop Student Photos & Snapshots

The Week-Long Introduction to Composition/Design Workshop in Venice/Verona with Adam Marelli was a huge blast. Not only did we have the opportunity to explore the beauty, architecture, and history of Venice/Verona – but we also were able to enjoy the great foods, wines, and sights there. The support and energy from all of the workshop… Read more about Venice/Verona Introduction to Composition/Design Workshop Student Photos & Snapshots

The Psychadelic Color Film Street Photography of Sean Lotman from Kyoto

(“The Troublemaker” – Kyoto, Japan. Sean Lotman) Eric’s Note: I am excited to share this feature with Sean Lotman, a film street photographer currently based out of Kyoto. His colors are phenomenal, have great richness, and soul. He will also be teaching alongside myself, Bellamy Hunt, and Junku Nishimura in our upcoming Kyoto Introduction to… Read more about The Psychadelic Color Film Street Photography of Sean Lotman from Kyoto

Interview with Jason Eskenazi on “Wonderland: A Fairytale of the Soviet Monolith” – A 10-Year Odyssey Around the Former Soviet Union

(All photographs in this article copyrighted by Jason Eskenazi) Eric’s Note: I am pleased to share this interview that two cute dogs did with Jason Eskenazi on his stunning book, “Wonderland: A Fairytale of the Soviet Monolith“. The book is a journey through the former Soviet Union that took Eskenazi 10 years to complete. The original interview was… Read more about Interview with Jason Eskenazi on “Wonderland: A Fairytale of the Soviet Monolith” – A 10-Year Odyssey Around the Former Soviet Union

Home is Where the Heart Is

After traveling for the last several months, I really enjoyed the last two weeks relaxing and recuperating in East Lansing, my new home in Michigan with Cindy. It has helped me work on some writing that I have been meaning to do (on Magnum Contact Sheets and Bruce Davidson) and catch up on some work.… Read more about Home is Where the Heart Is

Discover the Streets of Calcutta, India: Week-long Introduction to Design/Composition Workshop with Eric Kim and Adam Marelli (12/10-12/14)

Join Eric Kim and Adam Marelli… Street Photography Workshop: Introduction to Design/Composition Calcutta [INDIA] – December 10th-14th Eric’s Note: I am excited to announce that I will be teaching another unique 5-day workshop in Calcutta, India with NYC  photographer and master composition teacher Adam Marelli. Adam Marelli has a keen eye for design, composition, and capturing “the… Read more about Discover the Streets of Calcutta, India: Week-long Introduction to Design/Composition Workshop with Eric Kim and Adam Marelli (12/10-12/14)

Interview with Maciej Dakowicz on his “Cardiff After Dark” book Published by Thames & Hudson

Maciej Dakowicz is a Polish photographer, traveller, organiser of photo trips and gallerist living in London, UK. He holds a PhD in computer science, but abandoned science to focus on photography. He is one of the founders of Third Floor Gallery in Cardiff, a member of the Wideangle photo agency and the un-posed Polish street photography collective. He has worked on various… Read more about Interview with Maciej Dakowicz on his “Cardiff After Dark” book Published by Thames & Hudson

Miami Street Photography Festival 2012 (December 7-9th) featuring Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, and Maggie Steber

(Photograph copyrighted by Alex Webb / Magnum Photos) I am excited to share the first upcoming Miami Street Photography Festival 2012. It will be featuring some of my favorite photographers, including Alex Webb (Magnum Photos), Rebecca Norris Webb (photographer, author, poet), and Maggie Steber (National Geographic). It will be a very unique 3-day event, showcasing… Read more about Miami Street Photography Festival 2012 (December 7-9th) featuring Alex Webb, Rebecca Norris Webb, and Maggie Steber

“Our City. Our Life” Photo Exhibition from Street Photographer Travis Jensen @ Galette 88, Thursday (10/4) from 6-9PM

If you are in the bay area make sure to check out Travis Jensen‘s solo exhibition in San Francisco this Thursday (10/4) at Galette 88. Travis is a street and documentary photographer, and his show will be a mix of candid street scenes, street portratirue, and other urban environmental scenes. Unfortunately I’m in Michigan so… Read more about “Our City. Our Life” Photo Exhibition from Street Photographer Travis Jensen @ Galette 88, Thursday (10/4) from 6-9PM