During our recent travels to "Out of Chicago" this past June, we had the pleasure of running into a good friend of the show, the mighty Molly Porter. A prolific and formidable force in the world of Mobile Street Photography and this week, we're bringing her story to you.
We go down many roads during this interview with Molly, including how the mobile phone sparked her interest in street photography, her ongoing inspirations and above all, the unspoken reality of male dominance in street photography today. A topic near and dear to Molly, an artist who uses her work and voice to equalize that invisible barrier and we are proud to offer that segment as part of the discussion with our listeners.
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This is StreetPX and the street, awaits...
Vineet Vohra is not only the co-founder of APF Magazine, a Fuji-X Photographer and Leica Photographer, but most importantly, he is a phenomenally dynamic street photographer with a magnificent story to tell and philosophy to teach us all.
Pete Rosos is a commercial photographer by trade, with a natural gift for street and documentary photography. Today the man, the myth, the legend... or as he prefers, just the myth, joins us to talk why, what, when, where and Terry Gilliam... Just because.
It's time to look back on the epic week that was Streetfoto. An organized festival focused on street photography, organized by the intrepid, Ken Walton.
As a bonus, we also sit down with Mike Manzano, a friend of the show and fantastic bay area photographer. We hope you enjoy this hybrid interview/recap episode. While we promised Mike that it would take only an hour or two of his day, the clock got away from us and we went far beyond our set run time... Oh well, there was a lot to cover and we've never proved adept at keeping things brief.
I'd say more, but that's what the show is for... Go ahead and hit play. It's a long one, so listen in while you edit your work and the time will fly by.
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This is StreetPX and the street, awaits...
It’s that time again… time for Casper and Jim to riff and banter and ramble on all things photography. Every once in awhile, we like to do an episode where we kick back talk shop and today is the day.
Oh, and Jim is about to embark on some travel and was hoping to get some advice from our listeners to guide his way. Let him know some of your favorite spots for street photography in Phoenix, Seattle, Salt Lake City, San Diego, Las Vegas. Head over the StreetPX Lounge, or email him directly at email@example.com.
It's been a long hiatus while our co-host Jim gets healthy from a recent surgery. But today we're back as local SF photographer, Peter Zhang steps in the studio. He's new to the industry, but with a talented eye, he's hitting the ground running.
Henry Navarro stops by the studio to talk street, inspire passion and discuss his traveling photo project, "Motorbikes". Documenting the intertwined lives of developing countries and the two-wheeled transportation they depend on from birth to death.
With the Streetfoto International Street Photography Festival in full gear, we get Ken Walton back in the Studio to discuss the ins-and-outs of organizing a major event and what possessed him to go big or go home. - Coming to San Francisco, June 8-12.
We're doubling up on the Watkins gene today. As our very own social media expert at Facebook, Aaron Watkins, visits the StreetPX Studio to discuss Ads, Instagram, posting and more. Best part, we also get to test drive the Samsung Gear VR.
A good friend of the team, Gokhan Cukurova (Chicago, IL), joins us in the studio to share some great stories and talk shop. Including the foundation of one of the largest non-profit photographic organizations in the United States [CPS], documenting the Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, as well as Jesus "Chuy" Garcia, Chicago's mayoral candidate in this year's run-off election against Rahm Emanuel.
From the Netherlands to the San Francisco Bay and pumped directly between your ears. StreetPX is going international with Rotterdam's own, Willem Jonkers, a genius with an 8mm and the Pirate of the Asphalt, Sandra Jonkers.
Scott Strazzante... Award winning photojournalist, Hipstamatic street shooter, definitive sports fan. Tune in, as he joins us in the StreetPX studio to discuss his groundbreaking project, "Common Ground" and a successful career in photojournalism.
Today, our hosts sit down for some random photo talk.... the itch for film, drooling over Leicas, photography books, some holiday gift ideas, preparing for an upcoming gallery show and much more. We may not have a spotlight interview for you on today's show, but we have plenty to share. Happy Holidays!
SPX Shorties - Urban Reflections: A brief reflection on how important it can be to take your eye away from the viewfinder and look upon the world around you.
Casper gets a bit heavy, as he opens up the new micro-segment, "Urban Reflections." Here the metaphorical camera is turned on himself, sharing a personal experience to demonstrate how far beyond the camera the genre of street photography can go.
This week, Chicago based documentary photographer, Nima Taradji, stays up late to join us in our very first StreetPX Studio+ Experience. Sharing with us, his experience working with Delia, a transgender female, the Baltimore protests and much more.
StreetPX is on a roll with our guests dropping announcements on brand new projects.
Today's episode is no different with our guest, Kristi Lewis. An Oakland native, photographer and enabler of all things art and we are incredibly happy to have her stop by the studio to tell us about herself, her work and the best part, she even comes up with more project ideas, right on the spot.
It's the eve of Halloween and the StreetPX duo of RE Casper and Jim Watkins are sitting down with local Bay area street photographer, Ken Walton.
A relative newcomer to the world of street photography, but with a natural eye for the camera, he's already making big waves in the genre. We'll talk big afros, disappearing light, a couple of his current projects, "Follicular Fixations" and "Uncanny Consonance" and even offer up a tip or three or four.
As a bonus, Ken even gives us some hints on an upcoming 2016 event that will certainly perk the ears of many surrounding Bay area street photographers. It's only a vibration, but you're gonna love this!
Casper and Jim sit down with Reynaldo Cayetano Jr., founder of the SF Art Collective, "Inks of Truth" for a fantastic introspective interview.
Hosts RE Casper and Jim Watkins, stumble out of the gate and hit their stride on the inaugural episode of StreetPX, a street photography podcast. Lend us an ear, as we touch on inspiration, the fear of street photography, group settings and more.