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Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario

Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario

He’s Baaaaack … 

You know him. You still love him. One of our brothers from another mother, the outspoken half of the Street Shots podcast, Antonio M. Rosario, joins us once again for another fun episode. Side note: we MISS you, Tom.

Thanks to a PetaPixel article, we continue the conversation on killing street photography and ask ourselves if we are all guilty of this crime. Say it isn’t so!

Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario
Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario
Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario

 

Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario
Episode 158 »» Killing Street Photography with Antonio M. Rosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario

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Killing street photography – is this continued chatter about the slaughter of a genre many of us love taking it too far? If so, what can we as an industry do about it? If not, please tell us why you think there is really only a bark, but very little bite to this popular opinion. We’d love to hear your thoughts! Please chime in on our blog, Twitter and Bookface. As always, you can subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher!

Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario
Image by Antonio M. Rosario | ©amrosario

Huge thanks to Antonio for coming back on the show and answering the bat signal! You can check out his personal work if you have yet to do so, and also his podcast, Street Shots! Don’t forget to check out episode 52 of Street Shots where Mac fills in for Tom as co-host with Antonio!

Thanks as always for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!

#changetheconversation

Links from the show:

Antonio M. Rosario, Photographer

Street Shots Ep52 – Sensorama

Is Street Photography Killing Itself? / via PetaPixel

Thomas Stanworth  – Photographer (author of article)

The Photo Fundamentalist

Episode 144 »» Deep Photokina Thoughts With Antonio

Episode 144 »» Deep Photokina Thoughts With Antonio
Image by Antonio M. Rosario.

New Yorker

You know him. You love him. Perhaps you’ve been instructed by him. Our brother from another mother, 50% of the brilliant photography podcast, Street Shots, our homie and partner-in-crime, Antonio ‘Switch 2 Manual’ Rosario joins us once again for another chat.

Photokina 2016

Sadly, we were not there (now that would be cool), however we decided to join heads and chat about some of the Photokina announcements which piqued our interest the most. Fuji may or may not make an appearance in the discussion. Please join us as we have gear chat and more!

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Photokina has now wrapped up – what have been your highlights from the announcements? Any gear that has you dreaming of an upgrade? What are your thoughts on the medium format system from Fuji? Is this something you’re interested in? We’d love to hear your thoughts! Please chime in on our blog, Twitter and Bookface. As always, you can subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher!

Episode 144 »» Deep Photokina Thoughts With Antonio
Image by Antonio M. Rosario.
Episode 144 »» Deep Photokina Thoughts With Antonio
Image by Antonio M. Rosario.
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Image by Antonio M. Rosario.
Episode 144 »» Deep Photokina Thoughts With Antonio
Image by Antonio M. Rosario.

Many thanks to Antonio for coming back on the show! Make sure to check out his work if you haven’t done so yet! You can also catch his podcast, Street Shots!

Thanks as always for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

Antonio M. Rosario

Photokina 2016

Canon EOS M5 Press Release

Fujifilm GFX 50S Medium Format Body

Fujinon GF Lens Lineup 

GoPro Hero5 Black, Hero5 Session and Karma

Tamron 150-600mm f/5-6.3 Ultra-Telephoto Zoom Lens / via B&H Photo

Sigma  85mm F1.4 DG HSM | Art lens

Sigma 500mm F4 DG OS HSM | Sports lens

Sigma 12-24mm F4 DG HSM | Art lens

SanDisk 1TB SD Card / via bgr.com

Thomas Heaton Photography YouTube Channel

Camera+ / by taptaptap

 

Episode 134 »» Antonio + Photography Awards vs. Contests

Antonio M. Rosario Photography, Shutter Time With Sid and Mac, Episode 134 »» Antonio + Awards vs. Contests
Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Can’t Get Enough

You know him. You love him. He’s back! Marking his 3rd (4th?) appearance with us, Antonio M. Rosario is back for more Shutter Time lovin’.  He risked his beauty sleep for us as we kept him up way past his bedtime . We think he’s beautiful without the extra zzzzzzs anyway!

Antonio M. Rosario Photography, Shutter Time With Sid and Mac, Episode 134 »» Antonio + Awards vs. Contests
Image by Antonio M. Rosario
Antonio M. Rosario Photography, Shutter Time With Sid and Mac, Episode 134 »» Antonio + Awards vs. Contests
Image by Antonio M. Rosario

Awards. Contests. Marketing? What Gives?

We received a great topic suggestion from one of our listeners, Linda, and it was good timing because contests and photography related awards were already on our minds, so we asked Antonio to join us and the three of us took to the mics to figure this out and take it one step further. Please join us as we discuss the validity of photography awards, contests and where marketing fits in!

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What are your thoughts about the contests based solely on popularity where you can often sway the vote? Is this hidden marketing? What about some of the other contests like the heavy hitters, such as National Geo? What can winning a contest do for your career? We’d love to hear your thoughts on this one! You can keep the conversation flowing by joining us via Bookface (Mac) and on Twitter and of course, this blog. You can also subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher.

Thanks to Linda for the topic suggestion! If you have any topic suggestions, please drop us a note. Another big thanks to our pal, Antonio, for coming on the show! Please take a moment to check out his work if you have yet to do so! We’re looking forward to another mashup between STWSM and STM! Speaking of Street Shots – if you missed our first mashup with Tom and Antonio, please check out episode 130! Could I be using any more exclamation points in this blog post? Didn’t think so.

Thanks as always for tuning in!

Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

Episode 130 Shutter Time + STM Mashup

Antonio M. Rosario (site) :: Twitter :: Instagram :: Switch to Manual Podcast 

World Press Photo

2015 National Geographic Photo Contest

World Press Photo And Its Credibility Issue / via PetaPixel

Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Natural History Museum Wildlife Photographer of the Year  » Runner-up 2012

International Photography Award

LensCulture

Photo District News (PDN) Photo Awards

Breaking News Photography (2000-Present) » Pulitzer Prize

Feature Photography (1968-Present) » Pulitzer Prize

Photography (1942-1967) » Pulitzer Prize

Spot News Photography (1968-1999) » Pulitzer Prize

 

Episode 130 »» Street Shots + Shutter Time Mashup

Episode 130 »» Street Shots + Shutter Time Mashup
Street Shots podcasters, Antonio and Tom – aka Handsome Devils

Switch to Manual, Y’all 

You know ’em. You love ’em. The fine Switch to Manual chaps, co-hosts of the popular photography podcast, Street Shots, agreed to have a long overdue gathering of the minds and mash it up with us!

Arizona Tom and Antonio NYC

Picture it … four photographers and podcasters sit down – virtually – share some tales and get down to the business of portfolios, prints and more! Sadly, the hour went by way too fast, so never fear – this union will happen again. True story. 

Don’t forget to check out Switch to Manual and hit subscribe to their podcast if you have not done so already. You’ll find all their contact info on their site as well. Huge thanks to Antonio and Tom for joining us and making dreams come true … hehehehe. We can’t wait to do it again!

Antonio and mates in NYC (image by Mac)
Antonio and mates in NYC (image by Mac)

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We’d love to hear your thoughts about the show. How do you feel about portfolios? Any tips you’d love to share with our listeners? Please chime in! You can find us at Facebook and Twitter to keep the conversation flowing! As always, you can subscribe for free via iTunes or check us out via the Stitcher app!

Thanks for tuning in, folks, and a special shoutout to those Street Shots listeners who are joining us for the first time! Welcome!

Cheers, y’all!

 

Links from the show:

Switch to Manual :: Street Shots Podcast

Switch to Manual Portfolio Review

Episode 116 »» Street Chat with Marco & Antonio

Episode 116 »» Street Chat with Marco & Antonio, Join us as we team up with fellow photographers and podcasters, Marco Larousse and Antonio Rosario, as we discuss recent articles questioning the changing landscape of street photography.
Photos by Marco Larousse and Antonio Rosario

Shutter Times Goes International

Sort of. Mac and I might be tucked away somewhere in the Alberta prairies, but we felt the international bond with fellow photographers and podcasters, Macro Larousse and Antonio M. Rosario, from We Shoot Fuji and Switch to Manual, respectively.

Hitting the Street

Marco and Antonio are both accomplished street photographers, so who better to rock the mics for a lil’ street chat? That’s right – no one.  A couple of articles grabbed our attention about the state of street photography today. American Photo picked up on the trend of increasing numbers of street images hitting the pages of Instagram, changing the landscape of street photography. Huffington Post begs us to take a good look at the quality and quantity of street photography images flooding the online world today.

Please join us as we tackle this complex subject and ultimately have a good ol’ fashioned photography chat.

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What are your thoughts on street photography? Has Instagram become an effective tool for street photographers today to share life on the streets with us or has it become so saturated and the lines become so blurred, it’s hard to separate quality from quantity?  You can keep the conversation going with us on Bookface, Twitter or this site! You can also subscribe for free via iTunes and Stitcher.

Thanks again to both Antonio and Marco for coming on the show (Marco’s second time with us) for a straight shooter, straight up type of conversation. Don’t forget to check out their work and also their podcasts (links below). You won’t be disappointed!

Thanks as always for tuning in! Much appreciated. Truly.

Cheers, y’all!

Links from the show:

Marco Larousse (site) :: Twitter :: We Shoot Fuji Podcast

Antonio M. Rosario (site) :: Twitter :: Instagram :: Switch to Manual Podcast 

How Instagram Changed Street Photography / via American Photo

Street Photography Has No Clothes / via Michael Ernest Sweet, Huffington Post

Episode 111 »» Going Analog & Digital w/ Marco Larousse