Street Shots Episode 58 – Processed Feelings

Street Shots Episode 58 – Processed Feelings

(image @antonio m. rosario) In this episode, Antonio talks about two great art exhibits he went to this past weekend: photographer Irving Penn at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and painter Georgia O’Keeffe at the Brooklyn Museum. Then, in the meaty part of the...
Street Shots Episode 57 – The Changing Landscape

Street Shots Episode 57 – The Changing Landscape

(image © antonio m. rosario) Antonio is joined by long time STM friend, photographer Jean Miele. In this episode, Jean and Antonio discuss the current landscape of digital photography education. Lately, there’s been a shift away from people devoting themselves...
Street Shots Ep. 56 – Language of Lenses

Street Shots Ep. 56 – Language of Lenses

(image courtesy of mac sokulski) The lens you use says a lot about what how you express yourself in your photographs. Each lens has its own vocabulary, its own “language,” as it were. In this episode, Antonio is joined by the fabulous Mac Sokulski from the Shuttertime...
Street Shots Ep.55 – Lonely Streets

Street Shots Ep.55 – Lonely Streets

(image courtesy of © jeffrey stone) In this special 55th episode, Antonio interviews Virginia-based photographer Jeffrey Stone, a fellow street shooter who he recently followed on Instagram. Inspired by such great photographers as Ernst Haas and Saul Leiter, Jeff has...
Street Shots Ep.54 – Special Affects

Street Shots Ep.54 – Special Affects

(image © antonio m. rosario In this episode, Antonio and Tom discuss those images which have had some profound affect on their both of their lives. Both Switch to Manual guys grew up in an era where certain images had longevity and prominence. But in this day of image...
Street Shots Ep.53 – What’s Your Profile?

Street Shots Ep.53 – What’s Your Profile?

(image © antonio m. rosario) What are picture profiles, also known as “film simulations” on some cameras, “presets” and “filters” in image processing software? What’s the point of applying picture profiles to the photos you take? Is...