Month: April 2017

Capture of the Day: Michel Giaccaglia

I’ve been following Italian photographer Michel Giaccaglia’s incredible posts on Facebook as he traveled recently on a workshop to India with Luca Bracali. He was kind enough to give me permission to share his  beautiful work here. The group was extremely lucky to not…

Inspiration: Timothy Allen

Excerpt Originally published in Street Photography Magazine I spoke with British photographer and filmmaker Timothy Allen via Skype as I began my day on the West Coast of the United States and he was wrapping up his afternoon on his remote farm in Wales….

Capture of the Day: Marcus Puschmann

Marcus Puschmann is a German photographer and blogger who publishes one of my favorite photography blogs, “Streets of Nuremberg.” He loves travel and enjoys sharing images and information about locations, settings & gear, which I appreciate so much. In a “small world” twist, I…

Capture of the Day: Gianluca Frosini

Italian photographer Gianluca Frosini shot this beautiful image of aurora in Iceland a few days before I joined the group in March. When I had the opportunity to try making some northern lights images myself for the first time, he was so helpful —…

Capture of the Day: Lou Jones

I caught up with Boston-based photographer Lou Jones last fall when I had a long layover in the city. In the past year, I’ve made a practice of interviewing at least one photographer or artist in every city I visit while traveling and I’m…

Photo Contest: Henri Cartier-Bresson Passporte Prize in Street Photography

May 15 is the deadline to enter the 2017 Henri Cartier-Bresson Passporte Prize in Street Photography. Juror is Stephanie Heimann, Photo Director for the New Republic. Details here: http://www.thepassporte.com/prize-call-for-entry/ The Passporte is an online fine art gallery dedicated to contemporary photography. Image credit: Ben Shahn. Natchez, Mississippi,…

Culture Outpost: Skate Commute in Sweden

Much better than the city bus! Great feature from Great Big Story.

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