After a very successful Streetfoto festival and brief pause since our last episode, StreetPX is back with another great interview, as we sit down with Carmel’s own, Marc Silber. Marc Silber is a photographer, videographer and accomplished author of “Secrets to Creating Amazing Photos” and “Advancing Your Photography”, two fantastic photography books with the Amazon […]
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Reid Callanan is a man with a singular focus on photographic education and through his impressive passion, he has built one of the most successful workshop organizations in the United States. Santa Fe Photographic Workshops in Santa Fe, New Mexico has been in operation for nearly 30 years and in that time, he has expanded […]
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After a very eventful and alcohol filled walk through Hippie Hill in San Francisco on 4/20, Ye Min and Casper sat down to discuss photographic inspirations, workshops and street photography. Hailing from Yangon Myanmar, Ye Min has the benefit of world travel through his day job and never hesitates to turn this opportunity into a […]
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For the third year in a row, Streetfoto is hitting the bay area and ranks among the top festival destinations for all things street photography. From workshops to photo walks to gallery events, lectures, zine reviews and so much more. If you shoot or appreciate street photography, this is the event to visit and today, […]
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Alejandra López-Zaballa is a well traveled, award winning documentary photographer with over 70 countries on her punch card. Today she joins us to share her journey, her documentary work in the orphan camps of Nairobi, Kenya to Oaxaca, Mexico and so much more. Growing up with a mother who was a painter, she quickly found […]
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At the age of 25, Katie Jett Walls was given an old Minolta SRT201 film camera by her father. It was well used and the light meter was broken, but with full manual in place, she drove through the mountains of Virginia, gaining knowledge on the basics and found herself instantly hooked on photography.… >>> [Read the rest]
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We’re heading to the City of Angels, as we sit down with documentary photographer and skateboarder, Robert LeBlanc.
From the time his balance could allow, he has spent his days a camera in hand and a skateboard underfoot. It was his second ACL tear however, that forced his hand in turning his attention to documenting the gnarly tricks, rather than furthering his own injuries…
I knew that the life of jumping and down things was at it’s end… I had to come up with a backup route
Our discussion with Stephen Somerstein proved to be so fantastic (and long) that we simply could not bring ourselves to cut it down to a singular episode… So, we broke this one in half and today we are publishing Part 2 of this very special, and extended discussion on documenting history.… >>> [Read the rest]
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“Iconic”… This is the only word that comes to mind when we talk about the work of photographer and scientist, Stephen Somerstein.
Some how, some way, StreetPX had the honor of flipping on the mics to discuss Stephens experiences for well over 3 hours and since we did not want to lose a single syllable of context… We made the executive decision to split this into a 2-Part StreetPX Special… with the first half available today and the second planned for next week…
Growing up in New York in...
Animal lover and copy editor for PETA, Tracy Habenicht recently leapt head long into the world of street photography. She may be new to the genre, but she brings a fresh perspective to the camera and a wonderful discussion to the microphone.
Beginning her interest in December of 2016, Tracy immediately discovered a love of photographing people and her surroundings.… >>> [Read the rest]
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2017 was one hell of a year for all of us here at StreetPX and on this episode, Casper and Jim sit down to discuss the finer points of the last year.
Today, we’re sharing our favorite episodes, backstory on how they came to be, the ups and the downs of producing StreetPX, our live events and even a few gear acquisitions over the year.… >>> [Read the rest]
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HAPPY NEW YEAR StreetPX Nation!!!
We hope that everyone had a wonderful (and safe) New Year Celebration…
We’re kicking of 2018 with a bang, as we sit down and talk with Brenton Gieser, a San Francisco photographer, videographer and documentarian, who has spent countless hours documenting the people of the San Francisco Tenderloin District.… >>> [Read the rest]
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Jock McDonald, traveling people photographer, musician and natural story teller… joins us to discuss his fascinating and unique creative upbringing and the adventures he experienced along the way.
From exhibiting and documenting in Cold War era Soviet Union, photographing Robin Williams amongst hundreds of rat traps, fanning out before working with Evander Holyfield, explaining his frequent flyer miles to China, Nicaragua and Cuba to the authorities and much more… this episode is packed...
We’re aiming straight for the inspiration receptors, as we sit down with Bay Area Photographer, Steve Disenhof. Throughout this episode, we discuss his long career in social work and how his professional background lead him to a passion for street photography and the ongoing development of new school programs to teach technology and photography in Kenya.… >>> [Read the rest]
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Najib Joe Hakim is a documentary photographer using his camera to chronicle the culture, lives and personal stories of fellow Palestinian-Americans, living in the United States.
His first project, “Born Among Mirrors” began as a documentary project of Lebanon, during conflicts in 2006. Immediately, the project began to evolve, as the lens turned toward his own life, his family and his heritage.… >>> [Read the rest]
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It’s Michelle Groskopf Week!
We have one hell of a fun show for you today, as we sit down with “Full Frontal” member and L.A.’s own, Michelle Groskopf. A spectacular street photographer with a heart of nostalgia and a head of creativity. Simply put, a truly wonderful person and we had a blast chatting with her.… >>> [Read the rest]
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Chase Stevens, staff photographer for the Las Vegas Review-Journal, joins the StreetPX crew to discuss his experience documenting the active Las Vegas Mass Shooting, the Oregon Stand-Off, Burning Man, the Mayweather v. McGregor match and much more.
On the night of October 1, 2017, a gunman opened fire on a crowd of more than 20,000 attendees at the Route 91 Harvest music festival on the Las Vegas Strip.… >>> [Read the rest]
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Time to announce some contest winners!
Earlier in the month, we offered up a full week dedicated to film and film shooting… At that time, we announced two great contests, so we could show some love to our dedicated listeners.
Both contests were simple and completely free to enter… The first, a film photo focused contest (say that five times fast) had our audience share their work in the Lounge, as well as a social media contest, asking folks to follow us on Twitter and Facebook.… >>>...
Coming to you from the Harvey Milk Recording Studio, in San Francisco’s historic Harvey Milk Arts Center, it’s time to get excited, because we did it folks! We have officially made it to our second anniversary of producing the StreetPX podcast and to celebrate our coveted 50th episode, Casper and Jim are sitting down to talk with veteran rock & roll photographer, Jay Blakesberg.… >>> [Read the rest]
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We’re going tropical in today’s show, as Tim Huynh calls in during his lunch break in Honolulu, Hawaii. A fantastic street photographer, with a background in professional video and an active stream-of-consciousness blogger.
We first ran into Tim Huynh, during his visit to San Francisco at this year’s Streetfoto International Street Photography Festival and after seeing his image on the wall of finalists and watching him grin through a brutal slaying by Bruce Gilden, Don Hudson and...