Rare Interview with Garry Winogrand at Rice University, 1977

If you are a Garry Winogrand fan, don’t miss out on this rare video interview with him. He talks about everything, including the “ultimate justification” for shooting with a rangefinder (along other things). Gotta love Lee Friedlander’s introduction: “Welcome to the Garry Winogrand Circus– he’ll explain all his pictures!” Thanks to Tom Kaszuba and Gary Gumanow… Read more about Rare Interview with Garry Winogrand at Rice University, 1977

Introduction to Darkroom Film Developing and Printing with Taylan Bagci in Istanbul

While I was in Istanbul teaching my Week-Long Travel Street Photography Workshop with Charlie Kirk, we both attended an Introduction to Darkroom Film with Taylan Bagci. I hope this video can give you some helpful insight into the developing and printing process, if you’ve never done it before. The entire film is quite long at… Read more about Introduction to Darkroom Film Developing and Printing with Taylan Bagci in Istanbul

An Afternoon With Bruce Gilden

This article is written by Ayman Oghanna, an award-winning photographer and journalist based in Istanbul.  I step into his office and humanity explodes. People everywhere. Moments everywhere. An ocean of smiles, frowns, scowls, and yawns drowning the sidewalks. Since 1981, he has worked these Midtown streets and he’s walking them now as he always has, a step… Read more about An Afternoon With Bruce Gilden

Art Need Not Be Confined to a Gallery Wall: Interview with Andrew Quilty, Curator of The Elizabeth Street Gallery in Sydney

THE ELIZABETH STREET GALLERY Philanthropy need not be the domain of the rich. Art need not be confined to a gallery wall. Permission need not be begged for nor granted. This is a gift. This is an interview with Andrew Quilty, one of the curators of the Elizabeth Street Gallery in Sydney– a public and… Read more about Art Need Not Be Confined to a Gallery Wall: Interview with Andrew Quilty, Curator of The Elizabeth Street Gallery in Sydney

Capturing the History, Culture, and Light of Istanbul: Video Interview with Elif Suyabatmaz from the Tiny Collective

Elif Suyabatmaz is a street photographer part of the Tiny Collective and currently based in Istanbul. My friend Oguz Ozkan introduced me to her beautiful black and white work — which is all shot on her iPhone on hipstamatic. She has a keen eye for composition, design, and emotion in her shot. Hear about her inspirations, technique,… Read more about Capturing the History, Culture, and Light of Istanbul: Video Interview with Elif Suyabatmaz from the Tiny Collective