A few weeks ago I had a conversation on this podcast with Valérie Jardin. Most of the discussion we had was centered around an article published on the New York Daily News and titled When your photograph harms me: New
Our guest on this week’s episode of the podcast is Valérie Jardin. Valérie is a visual storyteller recognized internationally for her street photography. She leads workshops worldwide, writes books, produces a weekly podcast, and is an official X Photographer for
This week we have Doug Kaye back on the show, many months after having been out guest in episode TTIM 24 – Cuba With Doug Kaye. Beginning his visual explorations in his father’s wet darkroom, Doug earned a degree in theatrical
José Manuel Santos lives and breathes Porto, the city where he was born sometime ago, in 1960. He has travelled up and down Portugal both by car and on a motorbike since 1980, always with his camera in the bag,
Today we’re going to talk mostly about street photography. Whereas street photography is not necessarily practiced while traveling (many street photographers have actually become famous for portraying the scenes of their hometown), we think that photographing life in the streets
This week’s episode sees the return of one of our best friends and one of the first guests we had, back in Episode 8, Valérie Jardin. We wanted to have Valérie back on the show, because she has just published
In this week’s episode we interview our long time friend, Ibarionex Perello. Ibarionex is a photographer, writer and producer/host of The Candid Frame podcast, an interview show which features conversations with some of the world’s best established and emerging photographers.
(One of them is actually French, but has been living in the US for a long time). It was a great pleasure for me to get down to Rome one more time and meet again my good friend and former