Interviews, how-tos, reviews and events in the world of street and documentary photography.
Paul Reid and the Leica Q2 Monochrom
How does seeing exclusively in black and white affect your photographic vision? Paul Reid weighs in.
Michael Rababy – The Art of Curation
Michael is a filmmaker/street photographer who is a master curator. Find out how he does it.
Chris Suspect Shoots the Insurrection
Flash bang grenades, tear gas, and pepper spray, oh my!
Cynthia Gladis – New (Jersey) Topographics
A 1975 photography exhibition, called “New Topographics,” was “new” in that the landscapes it offered up to viewers weren’t the picturesque natural scenes people had grown accustomed to. Instead, this exhibit was, in the words of San Francisco’s MOMA, all about “unromanticized views of stark industrial landscapes, suburban sprawl, and everyday scenes not usually given […]
Mark Indig – Movie executive becomes documentary photographer
Mark Indig was motion picture executive for over 40 years with major studios like Disney, Miramax Universal and Dreamworks. During his career he worked on films like Body Heat, The Big Chill, Titanic, The Village, The Guardian and Tropic Thunder. Mark started in the biz as a location manager where he traveled the world to […]
Martin Agius – From Army Photographer to Street Photographer
Find out how Martin Agius uses his skills as an army photographer on the streets.
Always excellent interviews
So varied. So helpful. So interesting. My favorite photography podcast.