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Street Photography... Color or B&W? Let's look at the pros and cons of color and B&W in street photography. How do you decide? With several examples, Valerie will help you put more intent in your photography. Whether you shoot raw or not, this webinar is designed to help you make the decision before you press the shutter as part of the creative process.
When: August 1st, 2018. If you cannot attend the webinar LIVE, you can stream it on your own time later as long as you are registered!
In this episode, my good friend Doug Kaye talks about his street photography adventure in Hong Kong, insurance, dash cams and much more...
Beginning his visual explorations in his father's wet darkroom, Doug earned a degree in theatrical lighting design at U.C. Berkeley in the '60s and studied cinematography at NYU's Graduate Institute of Film and Television in the '70s. In the '80s he began a two-decade hiatus from still photography, then got into digital in 2008. A trip to Kenya convinced him nature photography wasn't for him, and Iceland cured him of his interest in landscape. For the past four years, Doug has focused almost exclusively on street photography, including shooting film (even medium format) much of the time. Doug teaches photography locally in San Francisco and online. He leads street-photography workshops in Cuba, which he has visited eight times. He is the co-host and producer of the CameraLabs Photography gear-review podcast with Gordon Laing.