There’s a new magazine that’s just come out in the app store, it’s called Street Photography Magazine. A few months ago the editor contacted me asking if I would be a contributor, I was more than happy to contribute to the first issue and I’m super excited to have been asked back for the next [...]
“The problem is that it is illegal in France to publish a photograph of someone made in a public place without their permission, which means that in the very birthplace of street photography it is now very difficult to make street photographs,” shared by Nick Turpin, just one of many renowned street photographers BBC.co.uk featured. [...]
This was posted up a week ago by GARAGE Magazine on Vimeo and quickly received a coveted “Vimeo Staff Pick”. They started out with the goal to just observe the phenomenon of fashion bloggers and street style stars. However two salient trends became apparent.
It’s been a wild ride these past few months and it just keeps getting better. Some of you may have already seen in the “shop” but for those that don’t I’m holding two awesome street photography workshops in Brisbane next month!
Check out this interesting street photography project by dutch photographers Thijs groot Wassink and Ruben Lundgren. This project was shot back in 2009-2010 in Tokyo and you may have guessed it’s called Tokyo Tokyo.
Just a quick post to thank everyone who got behind the Intro to Street photography workshop and made the 2nd one a SELL OUT. This time round we were running on time and although there wasn’t a drop of rain around (forecasts at the beginning of the week said possible showers) the group got out [...]
It’s easy to get demotivated when shooting street. Especially if you head out everyday, after a while everything starts to all look the same. Don’t despair it happens to the best of us in any form of photography. Here a 6 quick and easy tips that will help you keep motivated shooting street photography. Don’t [...]
Thanks to everyone that attended the first RAW Live Street Photography this weekend. Although we got of to a bit of late start due to the huge crowds attending a protest in Fremantle, everything else seemed to balance out and fall into place.
GLASS a new product from Google could possible change the way we interact with the world and on a more personal note shoot street photography.
Way back in January 2011 I posted a video about the discovery of Vivian Maier. Since then more and more rolls of film have been developed and scanned, there have been exhibitions and a documentary in the making.