“Essential Street Portrait Crash Course”: San Francisco Special 1-Day Street Photography Workshop (May 9th, 2015)

Dear streettogs, I am excited to announce that I am teaching a special 1-day “Essential Street Portrait Crash Course” in San Francisco on May 9th, 2015. If you want to build your confidence, and learn how to get to get (really) close to your subjects, and have a really busy schedule, this course will be perfect for you.… Read more about “Essential Street Portrait Crash Course”: San Francisco Special 1-Day Street Photography Workshop (May 9th, 2015)

How to Find Your Style in Street Photography: Learn What Not to Photograph

One of the most interesting ideas that I’ve got from Nassim Taleb’s book “Antifragile” is his concept of “via negativa”. The concept is this: when describing something, negative descriptions often work best. What is a negative description? Well, describing what something isn’t can better define something.

My Experiences Shooting Medium-Format Film vs a Smartphone in Street Photography

So after a long trip in Stockholm, Dubai, and London I wanted to share some of my experiences shooting medium-format (Hasselblad 501c + 80mm lens and Mamiya 7 + 80mm lens) for street photography (and traveling in general). To start off, I have been really fascinated with shooting square-format photographs recently. To be honest, my… Read more about My Experiences Shooting Medium-Format Film vs a Smartphone in Street Photography