Group photo of the SF Introduction to Street Photography Workshop
After a trip visiting Cindy in Michigan for a week, I headed my way over to SF to teach my Introduction to Street Photography Workshop. It was also great to have Tom Brichta from Leica come out and help input his thoughts about street photography while letting us play with some nice Leica equipment! Although hiking up hills was tough, it was wonderful to capture the colorful people of the city. Not only that, but we had great company, food, and support!
I also wanted to thank all the participants Davit, David, Michael Rickey, Michael Cohen, Xiamin, John, Jia, Austin, Justin, Tom, Angela for their willingness to help one another while trying out new street photography techniques! Of course I also want to thank Sarah for letting us use her beautiful home and also to my loving mom for her never-ending support! Make sure to watch the video below– I give each of you guys a shout-out!
Also if you are interested in any of my upcoming workshops in Chicago, Downtown LA, San Diego, Toronto, or Tokyo check out my workshops page for more info!
Read more to check out all the photos from the workshop!
For my previous workshops I was using an old NEC projector which was big, bulky, and quite dim for my presentations. After doing some research online, I discovered the Viewsonic PJD5123 Projector, which is one of the best-rated projectors on Amazon.
For the duration of the workshop I used the projector and was amazed how well it worked when reviewing the images we took during our street photography outings. The colors were bright and vibrant, and were very crisp even though the room was a bit bright. Not only that, but it is incredibly compact and affordable as well. If anyone is looking for a great projector for any reason, this is the projector to get.
Images from the SF Workshop
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