“Mall Series”: Documenting the Daily Life of People at a Mall in 1984 by Stephen DiRado

Eric’s Note: Stephen DiRado is based in Worcester, MA. and has been exhibiting his photographs since 1983. He is a Photography Senior Lecturer in the Studio Arts Program in the Visual and Performing Arts Department at Clark University. Stephen has also recently received the prestigious Guggenheim fellowship to continue his photographic projects. In addition, he has finished his film “Summer Spent,”… Read more about “Mall Series”: Documenting the Daily Life of People at a Mall in 1984 by Stephen DiRado

For Street Photographers On-The-Go: Review of the Chrome Niko Camera Sling and Camera Pack

If you are a street photographer on-the-go looking for some new camera bags for street photography (small or large) check out my above video reviews on the new Chrome Niko Camera Sling and Chrome Niko Camera Pack. The Chrome Niko Camera Sling is a small bag designed for street photographers with small DSLR’s, Micro 4/3rds… Read more about For Street Photographers On-The-Go: Review of the Chrome Niko Camera Sling and Camera Pack

The Stunning Vibrancy and Forms of India: The Diverse Street Photography of Swarat Ghosh

Eric’s Note: I recently met Swarat Ghosh in my Intermediate/Advanced worskhop in Mumbai. When we were doing portfolio reviews, I was quite blown away with his work — especially considering that he has only been shooting street for a little over a year. He is based in Hyderabad, and is one of the most fervent and… Read more about The Stunning Vibrancy and Forms of India: The Diverse Street Photography of Swarat Ghosh

7 Valuable Insights You Can Learn About Street Photography From this Garry Winogrand Interview

Garry Winogrand is one of my favorite street photographers of all-time. Sure, he hated the term “street photographer” and didn’t call himself one — but his contagious energy, love of the streets, and powerful imagery is what draws a lot of street photographers to him. In the video above produced by Michael Engler, Winogrand shoots… Read more about 7 Valuable Insights You Can Learn About Street Photography From this Garry Winogrand Interview

Interview with Matt Stuart on Street Photography, Ethics, and the Future of Photography

Eric’s Note: When I started street photography, one of the photographers whose work always amazed me was that of Matt Stuart. He is part of the international street photography In-Public, and has caught some of the most incredible images I have ever seen. I was always curious about how he was able to capture his moments.… Read more about Interview with Matt Stuart on Street Photography, Ethics, and the Future of Photography

The History of Street Photography

There are very few books written on the history of street photography. However, the best book that I know: “Bystander: A History of Photography” is superb. The book was co-authored by photography curator and historian Colin Westerbeck and the legendary street photographer Joel Meyerowitz. The two collaborated for many years on the book, with Westerbeck… Read more about The History of Street Photography