On Meaning In Street Photography

On Meaning In Street Photography

It’s autumn in New England and Luis goes out into the countryside with his camera, hoping to photograph something beautiful. It’s not long before he finds what he’s looking for. There, against a distant, still mostly green hillside is a mixed stand...

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Learning To Do Street Photography

Learning To Do Street Photography

Landscape photography is a wonderful photographic genre. It’s what most people graduate to when they’re first attracted to photography as a serious art form. Landscapes have the distinct advantage of staying still while you shoot pictures of them. There are other satisfying...

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Shooting Street

Shooting Street

People who are paid to shoot pictures are called “professionals.” People who shoot pictures because they enjoy shooting pictures are called “amateurs,” a word that derives from the Latin word “amor:” “love.” There’s a tendency to look down on amateurs because as...

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Mark Segal On Frames Magazine Podcast

Mark Segal On Frames Magazine Podcast

Mark Segal a regular contributor to photoPXL and long-time friend, has just been featured on FRAMES Photography Podcast, with W. Scott Olsen. Mark Segal, Canadian photographer, author, and educator, has a long-standing attraction to good mural art and graffiti and has developed...

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Abandoned: Jefferson Proving Grounds

Abandoned: Jefferson Proving Grounds

Kevin Raber and Al Da Valle Go Photographing For A Day Over the years, I have met countless photographers while conducting workshops and through my websites. I have always encouraged anyone if they are in Indianapolis to give me a call so...

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Having Fun With The Pixel Stick

Having Fun With The Pixel Stick

The Pixel Stick Experience I have had access to The Pixel Stick for the last several years. It is not something I use all the time but when I do the photographic experience is always fun and memorable. I think this is...

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A Small Video Gem

A Small Video Gem

On April 4th, 2020 I published an article Behind The Photograph – Boy In The Doorway.  I received a lot of good feedback from this article and it is always appreciated.  After the article was published Chris Sanderson started to dig through...

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Behind The Photograph – Boy In The Doorway

Behind The Photograph – Boy In The Doorway

Many years ago ( 2007, I believe), Michael Reichmann, Chris Sanderson, and I walked the Buenos Aires streets. We were headed to Ushuaia, Argentina, on our way to an S. Georgia – Antarctica photography workshop. We spent a couple of days visiting...

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