Posted on 2020-06-07
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The Essentials of Street Photography & Street Photography Conversations

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Explore the streets with The Essentials of Street Photography. This 169-page guide is not only about teaching you how to technically approach street photography, how to edit your work, how to overcome your fears, or how to get sharp, close-up candid shots in an unintrusive manner, although it will teach you these things.

It is about teaching you how to conceptually approach your work so that it has something to say.

Also included is Street Photography Conversations. Learn from eight talented street photography veterans in this 130-page book of interviews. Learn first-hand the techniques of Matt Weber, who prowled the gritty, pre-Giuliani streets of New York in a taxi and is the focus of the documentary, More Than The Rainbow. Hear from Blake Andrews, who does beautiful work in the quiet city of Eugene, Oregon. Learn how Richard Bram, Alison McCauley, Charalampos Kydonakis, Jay Maisel, Mike Peters, and Dave Beckerman all approach the streets in their own, diverse ways.

A link to download both eBooks will be emailed to you after purchase.

Gain insight into the tips and techniques to be able to consistently take meaningful, beautiful, and technically stunning street photographs. No matter your skill level, there will be something important for you to learn in this book.

These books are not only for beginners. They have helped thousands of photographers improve their approach on the streets.

No matter your camera, from a mirrorless to a camera phone, you will be covered.

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Reviews

  • Richard
  • Aug 5, 2021
  • James Maher provided a ton of useful information. While I also love street photography, I appreciated his real world talk. I have seen so many presentations by top-of-the-line photographers that are almost always a show-and-tell of their photographs in some exotic location around the world where the everyday photographer can not visit. His advice to me was spot on, and I was glad I learned I too incorporate the same ideals and practices he talked about. Thank you for arranging this noteworthy photo learning session.

    Hello Suzanne,
    Richard Thomson

  • Peter
  • Aug 5, 2021
  • Great, informative and clear presentation from a strong communicator and a great selection of images - both his own and fellow photographers - to highlight the points he made.