The Unity of Art and Science: Marco Campi’s Vision of Humanity
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by Bob Patterson
1w ago
In this episode we explore the world of Marco Campi where the rigid structure of mathematics and the expressive power of photography combine to tell stories of human experiences and the perils of climate change. If you’ve ever wondered how the precision of numbers and the creativity of visual arts could intertwine, then have a listen to my interview with Marco. Marco Campi is not your typical engineer. Hailing from the fashion and design capital of Milan, Italy, he is a man who sees the world through numbers and symmetries but captures emotion through a camera. His unique blend of interests ..read more
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The Power of Critique with Jeff Larason
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by Bob Patterson
3w ago
In this episode of the Street Photography Magazine podcast, photographer the featured photographer in the February 2024 issue of Street Photography Magazine, discussed his 30-year exploration of street photography shooting on Mass Avenue in Boston and his shift from traditional photography to using a mobile phone. He emphasized the importance of feedback and critique in the photographic process, which was the inspiration to create The Crit House, his YouTube channel dedicated to providing creative guidance and feedback to photographers. Jeff reflects on the challenges and benefits of receivi ..read more
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Capturing Moments and Building Community: Inside the Dublin Street Photography Festival
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by Bob Patterson
1M ago
Show Notes: Episode 170 – “The Dublin Street Photography Festival Journey” Today, we have the founders of the Dublin Street Photography Festival, Paul Murray and Des Byrne, who are here to share their journey and insights into how their local street photography group has evolved into an international festival. Main Themes: Establishing the Festival: Paul’s expertise in branding and design played a crucial role in attracting sponsors and securing venues. The festival has become a significant event, drawing international photographers and retailers. Beginner’s Adaptation: Our guests discuss t ..read more
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Your favorite street photography locations: A Call for Submissions for Our New Book
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by Bob Patterson
1M ago
Photos by Fan Ho Welcome to a special episode of the Street Photography Magazine podcast! We’re thrilled to share an exciting announcement that’s been in the works and is now ready to be unveiled to members of our community of passionate street photographers. Extending to The Print World with a Photo Book About Your Favorite Street Photography Places New Chapter: After years of digital publication, Street Photography Magazine is venturing into the tangible world with a physical book, celebrating the the places you love to shoot. Call for Submissions: Hosts Bob Patterson and Ashley Riffo inv ..read more
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Capturing Silence in a World That Never Stops: A Conversation with Fine Art Street Photographer Cyrille Druart
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by Bob Patterson
1M ago
Show Notes: Episode #168 In today’s episode, we delve into the serene and contemplative world of fine art street photographer and architect Cyrille Druart who is the featured photographer in the January 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine. Street Photography Magazine subscribers can read Cyrille’s story and view his photographs in our feature story about in which is scheduled to publish on Sunday, January 7. Main Themes: “Plein Silence” Series: Dive into the discussion about Cyrille’s powerful “Plein Silence” series, a body of work that poignantly captures the stillness and solitude o ..read more
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Mark Schumann on Capturing Streets, Wildlife, and Social Truths
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by Bob Patterson
2M ago
In this episode, the spotlight shines on Mark Schumann, a retired photographer whose journey behind the lens has been as varied as it has been profound. From the awe-inspiring wilderness of Alaska to the gritty streets where the homeless crisis unfolds, Schumann’s camera has captured narratives that beg for attention. Mark’s story begins in ninth grade, a testament to the early onset of his passion. What unfolds is a career that not only brings accolades but also highlights significant social issues. His work on the US homeless crisis, which gained recognition through a newspaper article, de ..read more
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Sureita Hockley: A Journey Through the Streets and People’s Souls
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by Bob Patterson
2M ago
Sureita Hockley, is the featured photographer in the December 2023 issue of Street Photography Magazine. She is a passionate street portrait photographer based in Wales, who has been capturing the world and its inhabitants for over a decade. With a background in dance, sales, and finance, Sureita found her true calling in photography in 2009. Her journey began in the streets of New York City, where she immersed herself in the world of photography. She honed her technical skills and artistic sensibilities by attending courses at the International Center of Photography (ICP) and exploring the ..read more
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The Power of Balance in Photography: Insights from Paul Fremes
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by Bob Patterson
3M ago
If you’ve ever been captivated by a photograph, chances are been it was due to the composition. That’s why we invited Paul Fremes to join us today. He has a keen eye for balance and an easy to understand way to explain his composition concept to anyone. Paul’s journey into the world of photography began like many others. He stumbled upon a book of iconic photographs and was instantly drawn to the power they held. Determined to capture that same magic, he picked up a camera and embarked on a lifelong quest to perfect his craft. But Paul soon realized that there was more to photography than ju ..read more
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From Newsrooms to Firehouses: Interview with Justin Ide
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by Bob Patterson
4M ago
In today’s conversation, I’m joined by the Justin Ide, Street Photography Magazine’s featured photographer for the November 2023 issue. His feature story with a samples from a recent project will go live Sunday, November 5 at 10:00 AM EST in the magazine. With an impressive career as a photojournalist, Justin has captured powerful moments and shared stories that matter. From his early days in West Virginia, where he honed his skills by chasing down news stories, to his time as a staff photographer for the Boston Herald, Justin’s unique style shines through. After his time in the newsroom, he ..read more
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Karen Commings – Being Invisible in a Crowd
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by Ashley Riffo
4M ago
In this episode, Karen Commings joins us to talk about her approach to street photography, and how it all began. You might remember Karen from earlier this month – she’s our featured photographer in the October issue. Karen has been shooting the streets in earnest for about 10 years now, and one of the things we noticed about her work right away is how honed her powers of observation are. She often captures photos that are layered with multiple people and emotions all at the same time. It’s the way she likes to tell the story behind the moment. But that’s not the only reason she’s able to cap ..read more
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