The Offical Journal of Street and Documentary Photography
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In this episode of the podcast, we revisit an old friend, Michael Ruggiero. Mike’s recent move southward put him within driving distance of Bob so the two met up to record a podcast episode – this time in person! more
The title of this article is really a misnomer because Marcia Bricker Halperin knew all along that the archive she built over 40-years contains gold. But she waited until she retired from teaching to create a book from her life’s work. more
Tatiana Hopper is an artist. Her mediums are film photography, video content creation and writing. You may already know her as the creator of the T Hopper YouTube channel. more
I’ve been enjoying this podcast for months now, it features a wide range of guests from every street photography style and approach. Odds are you’ll find someone that really resonates with you. more
Hello from the Philippines! I love listening to this podcast even when I’m working. I love photography but I can’t say I’m really good at it. I’m a 32 year old ops manager and recently I just got back to shooting photos again. I started way back at 2010 with my film SLR and really learned how to shoot film and it was a fun experiencing since I get to understand more about how to shoot properly. I stopped since I can’t afford better cameras at that time and film is becoming expensive, plus I don’... more
I really enjoy the format and Mr Patterson’s easy approach to interviewing his guests. These guests become my inspiration for more of my own photography.
I am “new” to photography only really seriously getting into and learning how to make photos since late 2018. Since then I have been head down, consuming everything I could about photography. Like most just starting out I felt like I jumped around a lot and couldn’t really find what I was passionate about shooting. I picked up a Ricoh GR, that’s where things changed and I found street, photo journalistic, snapshot, whatever you want to call it and I found this podcast. It instantly became my... more
I love this podcast for getting hints, tips and inspiration from other street photographers. I am relatively new to street and documentary photography and. It is easy to listen too. Keep up the good work.
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Street Photography Magazine launched 9 years ago and published 146 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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