Publisher, Street Photography Magazine
Bob is a lifelong photographer heavily influenced by the photos he saw in Life and Look magazines as a youth. Photos made by greats like W. Eugene Smith, Margaret Bourke-White, Alfred Eisenstaedt and others influenced his personal photographic style which led to his passion for street photography.
He has served as a juror in several prominent international photo contests like the Siena International Photography Awards (SIPA), URBAN Photography Awards and Los Angeles Center of Photograph (LACP) Street Shooting Around the World Exhibition 2021.
This course is designed to help not just beginning street photographers but those more experienced who are either uncomfortable shooting in public spaces or are in a rut. If you hear yourself saying things like “all my photos look the same” or “there’s nothing to shoot,” then your’e in the right place.
This lively small group 5-week workshop begins Tuesday, March 9, 2020
We meet via Zoom each Tuesday from 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM Eastern Time.
If you feel that your street photographs are not strong enough or that something is missing in your work, we hope that you will join us in this informative five session course on making stronger street photographs.
Whether you are an experienced street photographer who feels stuck or new to the genre join us for a series of field assignments applied to several types of street photography designed to help you train your eye to recognize strong visual elements to make your images.
Each week the group will evaluate your work to provide constructive criticism and advice about how to leverage your strengths and identify areas of improvement.
After completion of the five-week session the group will continue to meet monthly for three additional reinforcement sessions to discuss and review your new work.