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By Re Casper | In association with StreetPX, a Photography Podcast. A digital mashup of articles discovered on the photographic study of the human condition. Street photography, Documentary photography and Photojournalism. www.StreetPX.com

The Outsider

“The Outsider” is a photographic record of my personal journey through Mongolia in 2014 and 2015. A need for spaciousness, providence and traditional living led me to pick out a dot on a map and travel to that location without a concrete plan.<p>It can be a transformative experience to refrain from …

Photography

Little Aral Sea Dreams

It all started at the end of the 1960s. The Soviets, under the direction of Stalin’s frighteningly titled “Great Plan for the Transformation of Nature,” decided to divert the water from two rivers—the Amou-Daria and Syr-Daria—which had long fed into the Aral Sea. Their goal was to draw this water …

Travel

Basterland: Namibia’s In-Between Community

<i>Rehoboth is an isolated town deep in the Kalahari Desert of Namibia. A fascinating community of people bearing the name “Rehoboth Basters” have been living there for about 140 years. The name Baster (Afrikaans for German bastards) may seem a little pejorative, but the Baster community gave it to</i> …

Namibia

Archivo Muerto

Since the mid-90s, Colombia has struggled mightily to shed its reputation as one of the world’s most violent countries. While the crime rate (and homicide rate, in particular) have gone down over the past two decades, this violent history still remains etched in the minds of Colombia’s …

Photography

Is Street Photography Killing Itself?

Is the most egalitarian form of photography, ‘street photography’, being destroyed by its own popularity? Is such a thing even possible? I won’t …

Street Photography

iPhone photog shoots gritty street scenes ‘from the hip’

Scott Strazzante may have named his upcoming coffee table book of iPhone photos, <i>Shooting from the Hip</i>, for the way he holds his camera near his waistline to surreptitiously photograph people.<p>But the title is also apt because his love for shooting with the iPhone began with an itchy trigger …

Photography

Refugee Odyssey to Europe

I started photographing the odyssey of refugees coming to Europe in the summer of 2015. People fleeing from war and bad economic situations in their home countries attempt the journey in a myriad of ways—many of them travel to the Greek islands, eventually find their way to the mainland, and then …

Refugees

EP35 - Living in an Invisible Country - Interview with Photographer TC Lin

Dialing in from Taipei, Taiwan and 16 hours into the future, we have TC Lin in the studio, dropping a fantastic discussion on our crew.<p>TC Lin is a …

We Can't Stop Looking at These Unforgettable Images of the Black Panthers

For the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party, two exceptional new books take on the legacy and history of one of the most powerful and …

Liberal POV

Wandering the Streets of Muscat Oman: A Photo Essay

A city of traditional architecture and friendly people, Muscat Oman was one of many highlights of our travels around the world. It’s a city to …

Oman

Street Photography: Seeing New York through Daniel Arnold's Eyes

Exploring New York and its iconic locations via subway and on foot, Daniel has developed a unique perspective, capturing unsuspecting subjects …

Zone Focusing – Simplified

Zone Focus Set-Up<p>F-Stop >f/5.6<p>Shutter >1/125<p>ISO = Whatever Works<p>Turn On Auto Focus<p>Focus on a point approximately 6′-8′ in front of you…<p>Turn Off Auto …

Cameras

Boogie's "Blow Your Mind" Exhibition In Naples

Read almost anything on the photographer <b>Boogie</b> and you’ll get the impression that he is one very brave and badass photographer. That’s because he is, …

Photography

D-Day and the Omaha Beach landings • Robert Capa

Robert Capa © International Center of Photography US troops’ first assault on Omaha Beach during the D-Day landings. Normandy, France. June 6, 1944. …

Photojournalism

Tales From a Street Photographer in St. Petersburg

When I asked Alexander Petrosyan to tell me why St. Petersburg is a great place for street photography, he answered honestly. It isn’t. It’s usually …

Photography

EP33 - Photographing the Womens March and a Big Announcement

It’s a laid back episode today, as Casper and Jim catch up on some photographic shop talk. We’re discussing the recent Womens March, the Oakland …

San Francisco

The Street Method – 25 Photography Techniques to Consider

Action<p>The city is always in a buzz, people zooming back and forth, each with their own daily story, background, wants, desires, emotions and …

Tutorials

Mobile Photography Interview – A Day in the Life of Tim Bingham in Ireland

Tim Bingham<p>Contact Details<p>Image ©Tim Bingham<p><i>Let’s start at the beginning of the day, how does your day start?</i><p>Well this depends if I am away with work …

Photography

15 photography magazines that you should definitely follow on Instagram

Or – “A reminder of this social network origins”<p>It’s 2017 and Instagram is now 600 million users strong, that’s <i>a lot</i> of new images/videos and stories …

Photography

Photography Projects That Inspire: February Edition

Every month, we’re on a mission to find photographers who are telling great stories, supporting important causes, and raising awareness about their …

Photography

Finding Your Documentary Photography Style

Max Pinckers Transgenderism. From the series Lotus, in collaboration with Quinten De Bruyn. Thailand. 2011. © Max Pinckers | Magnum Photos<p>Aside from …

Street Photography

70 Years Of Magnum Photos - Digital Photo Magazine

<i>Bruce Davidson, USA. New York City. 1959. Brooklyn Gang © Bruce Davidson/Magnum Photos</i><p>Magnum Photos, the historic photo agency founded by legendary …

Photojournalism

Slate's Jamelle Bouie Is Also a Pretty Good Photographer

When he’s not analyzing the racial and historical implications of Donald Trump’s presidency for Slate and CBS News, political writer <b>Jamelle Bouie</b> …

Photo Essay: My Road to Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury

My name is Trevor Gavin and I’m a photographer based near San Francisco. I’d like to share a very personal story of my darkest time. It’s a part of …

Photo Essays

Photo Essay: Working women of Gaza

By Abeer Ayyoub<p>Sometimes, it’s the ordinary aspects of life that are most worth photographing. With this photo series, we wanted to highlight some of …

Bergger's Pancro400: A New B&W Film to Hit the Stores Soon

French manufacturer Bergger pushes the analogue photography industry further with a new black and white film -- the "BERGGER Pancro400".Read More

Photography

Striking Street Photography in LA

John Logic is a 21 year-old Californian photographer who began practicing this art two years ago. Apart from shooting portraits, he also takes …

Why Street Photography Matters in 2017

“Street photography is dead”, declare forum threads and thinkpieces far and wide. The Internet and phone cameras have watered the quality down. The …

Street Photography