Capturing Proof and Evidence on the Streets of LA: Mehdi Bouqua on Shooting with an iPhone

Eric’s Note: This article is written by Mehdi Bouqua, a street photographer based in LA. He shares his experiences shooting with an iPhone– and the importance of documenting life. Mehdi shares more of his thoughts and images below: Mehdi: Today’s society is definitely over equipped/ flooded with many different types and genres of technological gadgets… Read more about Capturing Proof and Evidence on the Streets of LA: Mehdi Bouqua on Shooting with an iPhone

Why I Killed Street Photography

Eric’s Note: This guest article is written by A.G DeMesa— a street photographer based in Manila. A.G.: What is street photography for me? Surely it isn’t the mundane. Nothing gets more mundane than a 16 year old’s meal taken over Instagram. It’s not about capturing history or the little human acts because you will just… Read more about Why I Killed Street Photography

“American Sequitur”: Interview with Joshua Yospyn by Brian Eden

Eric’s Note: I am excited to share this interview which was conducted by Brian Eden, a street photographer in New York City. He interviewed Joshua Yospyn, a freelance photographer from Washington D.C. about his “American Sequitur” project. Find out more about how Joshua got started and see some more of his photos in the interview below! 

Announcing Street Photography Workshops in Stockholm and London (and Online Workshops!)

My talented (and beautiful) girlfriend Cindy is going to Umea, Sweden for a conference which gives me a excuse to visit Europe! Therefore I am excited to share that I am teaching my popular “Introduction to Street Photography Workshop” in Stockholm (in association with CUP Stockholm) and London this December. I know it is a… Read more about Announcing Street Photography Workshops in Stockholm and London (and Online Workshops!)