Posts Tagged ‘street photography’

Dotan Saguy’s Advice for Shooting Street Photography

Posted by on Friday September 2, 2016 | Photojournalism

©Dotan Saguy A former tech entrepreneur now pursuing photography as a second career, Dotan Saguy has gained notice for his project about the vitality, energy and spectacle of Venice Beach. National Geographic, ABC News, and others have published the work online, and Saguy, 46, has been invited to attend both the Missouri Photo Workshop and... More

Olympus Aims at Street Shooters with New PEN-F

Posted by on Wednesday January 27, 2016 | Camera

Olympus debuted its first PEN-F in 1963. Quite a few things have changed in the intervening years but evidently our affection for knobs and dials is not one of them–at least if the 2016 edition of the PEN-F is anything to go by. Aimed at street shooters and rangefinder aficionados, the new PEN-F is loaded with... More

PDN Video: Jay Maisel on How to Be a Better Street Photographer

Posted by on Wednesday January 14, 2015 | PDN Video Picks, Photojournalism

Jay Maisel on How to Be a Better Photographer from PDNOnline on Vimeo. Based on the lessons he’s taught to photography students over the past five years at PhotoPlus Expo and elsewhere, legendary photographer Jay Maisel recently published Light, Gesture & Color (New Riders Press). He describes the book as one “for people that are... More

Detroit Native Dave Jordano Uses Street Photography to Counter “Ruin Porn”

Posted by on Thursday August 1, 2013 | Fine Art, Photojournalism, Photos In The News

  Photographer Dave Jordano’s three-year project “Detroit–Unbroken Down,” featured in this week’s Time magazine and on a recent post on Time’s Lightbox, represent a return to Jordano’s roots – both personally and professionally. Jordano grew up in Detroit, and he began revisiting it three years ago to document how it had changed since 1977, when... More