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Street Shots Ep.139 “Book Day Redux”

Street Shots Ep.139 “Book Day Redux”

This show is a rerun of an episode published in May 2020 called "Book Day." Here are the notes from that episode: I've got my buddy Ward Rosin on the show again. We're catching up on what we're doing during lockdown, including going through our back catalog of images...

Street Shots Ep. 138 “Not Their First Rodeo”

Street Shots Ep. 138 “Not Their First Rodeo”

image courtesy of ©mark reierson This episode, Antonio and Ward speak to Ward and Mark Reierson about their book on a small-town rodeo in East-Central Alberta, Canada. Yes, Ward is both a host and a guest this week! Mark and Ward go into a deep dive on the conception,...

Street Shots Ep. 137 “I Remember and I See”

Street Shots Ep. 137 “I Remember and I See”

image © antonio m. rosario Antonio reads an essay originally published at The Unusual Collective's website and leads to a contemplation of what he calls "Photo DNA." Tune in to hear what that means exactly. Also, this essay is published on YouTube in a video slideshow...

Street Shots Ep. 136 “How’s it, How’s it”

Street Shots Ep. 136 “How’s it, How’s it”

This week, Antonio and Ward are joined by Alex Kilbee of YouTube's "The Photographic Eye." In this conversation, the Street Shots guys talk to Alex about his love of sharing the "whys" of photography with the world via his incredibly popular YouTube channel.  Show...

Street Shots Ep.135 “Dispatches from the Studio”

Street Shots Ep.135 “Dispatches from the Studio”

It's Antonio alone this episode and while he meant it to be another Dispatches from Green-Wood, the audio gremlins acted up and, well... Antonio is asking about how everyone archives their work and also ponders those "then and now" images. Also, a quick "review" of...

Street Shots Ep. 134 “Shallow DoF”

Street Shots Ep. 134 “Shallow DoF”

© antonio m. rosario Ward and Antonio do a quick post mortem to last episode's interview with Melissa Breyer and talk about Antonio's guest spot on Bart Busschot's "Let's Talk Photography" podcast. Then they discuss why some folks just love shallow depth of field....