Download Your Free Issue of “The Street Collective Vol. 1”

The folks at PhotoWhoa has recently put together their first issue of “The Street Collective: Volume 1“.  Below is a description of the magazine from the editors there: We collected the insights of these photographers to help you. Photographers like World Press Photo award winning Laura Pannack, LPV magazine founder and street photographer advocate Bryan… Read more about Download Your Free Issue of “The Street Collective Vol. 1”

“Conquer Your Fear of Shooting in The Streets”: Downtown Los Angeles 3-day Introduction to Street Photography Workshop featuring Rinzi Ruiz and Dana Barsuhn (11/1-11/3)

Have you ever walked on the streets and saw a moment that you wanted to capture, but you were too scared to take the photograph? Do you want to become more confident shooting in the streets and learn how to better interact with your subjects? Do you want to meet other street photographers that are… Read more about “Conquer Your Fear of Shooting in The Streets”: Downtown Los Angeles 3-day Introduction to Street Photography Workshop featuring Rinzi Ruiz and Dana Barsuhn (11/1-11/3)

“Discover Your Unique Voice in Street Photography”: San Francisco 3-day Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop (10/25-10/27)

STUCK IN A CREATIVE RUT AND LOOKING FOR INSPIRATION TO TAKE YOUR STREET PHOTOGRAPHY TO THE NEXT LEVEL IN THE STREETS OF SAN FRANCISCO? 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… Read more about “Discover Your Unique Voice in Street Photography”: San Francisco 3-day Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop (10/25-10/27)

Removing Myself from My Own Photos: What I Learned While Editing and Sequencing My “Harmonious China” Project

Eric: This is a guest article by Neil Ta, my homie and babysitter. In this article he shares his new project, “Harmonious China” and his thoughts about the editing process. Neil: My good friend and International Street Photographer, Eric Kim, first introduced me to the idea of letting photos marinate. The concept is really simple. When… Read more about Removing Myself from My Own Photos: What I Learned While Editing and Sequencing My “Harmonious China” Project

17 Lessons Walker Evans Has Taught Me About Street Photography

I want to write about a photographer that most art and photography students know, but not that many street photographers know (or appreciate) online. That photographer is Walker Evans, one of the most pivotal American photographer from the 20th century. He inspired a league of influential street photographers such as Robert Frank, Lee Friedlander, Diane… Read more about 17 Lessons Walker Evans Has Taught Me About Street Photography

Take Your Street Photography to the Next Level in San Francisco and Downtown Los Angeles!

I am excited to share that the information for my upcoming street photography workshops in San Francisco and Los Angeles are live! The Introductory Street Photography Workshop is focused on building your courage, learning the fundamentals of composition, and techniques when shooting on the street. The Intermediate/Advanced Street Photography Workshop is focused  on honing onto… Read more about Take Your Street Photography to the Next Level in San Francisco and Downtown Los Angeles!