Take a listen here or on iTunes, Google Play, etc.
This episode of Hit The Streets is brought to you by WHCC. I've trusted WHCC with all my printing needs for over 15 years and I couldn't be happier with their awesome service. Take a quick look at the video below of my visit at their lab when my exhibit stand outs were being produced.
See the WHCC quality for yourself and receive free prints when you open an account by clicking on the banner pic below.
This week, my guest co-host is German photographer Kai Behrmann. Together we answer questions about consistency in producing photo series and useful steps you can take to improve your photography today. The questions were submitted by Elizabeth Gray and Chantal Mougel.
Kai Behrmann is an author and photographer from Hamburg, Germany. In 2009, he moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he worked as a freelance journalist and discovered his passion for street photography. Roaming around with his camera and getting lost in the city is a meditative experience for him as well as a mean to make sense of the world. Besides capturing urban life in all its facets, he teaches photo workshops and curates the online magazine “The Art of Creative Photography”. In his podcast-show “Gate7” he talks about travel and photography as a ticket to explore foreign cultures and connect with people.
Photographs by Kai Berhmann:
And the winners are...
Kai picked this entry by Christo:
Valerie picked this entry by LaCheryl P.
New Photo Challenge
A sense of the season. Find a creative way to give a sense of the season to your street photography. Think outside the box and surprise me! Upload a small file in the Comment section blow on or before March 15th. Good luck!
Autumn at the park or on the streets, summer dresses in the dappled light, bare feet at the beach or cooling spray at the fair. Snow day at the museum... Listen to the tips on the show, think outside the box and convey a sense of season in your street photography.
Samples by Valérie Jardin:
Guest book pick
William Eggleston's Guide