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.
Join the Convo
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.
Links from the show:
How Instagram Changed Street Photography / via American Photo
Street Photography Has No Clothes / via Michael Ernest Sweet, Huffington Post