Kathy Shorr is a freelance photographer based in New York. Her work has been exhibited widely at such galleries as Howard Greenberg Gallery, NY, and Sariedo Gallery, NY. Her series, "Limousine," was included in the prestigious Visa Pour L'Image, International Photo-Journaliosm Festival, in Perpignan, France. Her work has been published in Popular Photography, Newsweek, French Photo, Camera Austria, Photo Review, On Seeing, New York Observer, and The Village Voice. As a freelance educational consultant, Ms. Shorr works with diverse groups of all ages in helping to learn how to express themselves through the lens and screen arts.

Here project SHOT explores the long-term impact of people who have survived gun violence.

Please note that this may be an especially difficult episode considering the recent tragic events in Orlando, Florida. So, please be aware that the content may be sensitive for some listeners.

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Kathy Shorr



Mark Peterson



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As the daughter of a wedding photographer, Yvonne Venegas’ work emerges from a reflection of portraiture charged by an analysis of social class and self-representation, particularly that of the Mexican upper middle class. She is interested in problematizing the idea of the perfect or official memory, by seeking moments of fragility or un-preparedness for the camera. Inhabited by upper middle-class social rituals, ideas of celebrity and beauty, upper class leisure, animals from a private zoo, beauty queens, or young wealthy children, she seeks to represent a fractured version of the images and situations that are traditionally understood to bring status and/or respect. Her experience growing up in the border has established in the way she views her subjects as well as the photographic practice itself, where she constantly looks for blurring lines between portraiture and documentary as well as explores the pulsating space between the perfect image and one that social studio photography could consider an error.

When producing work, Venegas believes in the relationship to the world via a camera as well as via her participation in situations over long periods of time. Anthropological curiosity and empathy are both essential elements of her practice. An important outcome for her work is printed and framed for gallery presentation, as well as in book form. She has published three books Maria Elvia de Hank (2010), Inedito (2012) and Gestus (2015), all by the editorial house RM.


Since 2009 Yvonne lives and works in Mexico City with her husband and two children.



Yvonne Venegas



Elaine Stocki



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Nicole Struppert’s creative career began in marketing and advertising. She has always been a visual person with a passion for photography, art, design and architecture. After her studies at the University of the Arts in London, she turned her career into the role of a photographer and creative consultant.

Nicole’s photographic work focuses on geometric and minimalistic architectural compositions and candid street photography. Her photographs are a testimony to her eye for form, composition and the observation of contemporary life. They capture the essence of people, landscape and unique moments.

Nicole is the founder and curator of the website: Women in Photography.

Nicole Struppert (Germany b. 1969) lives and works in Munich and London.



Nicole Struppert



Women in Photography



Renato Dagostin



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Sophia Nahli Allison is  a visual journalist at the community level and a media arts educator. Born in 1987 + a native of South Central Los Angeles, she is passionate about stories that humanize the black and LGBT communities. She believes storytelling is a tool for social change.

This spring she will be a video journalist with the New York Times Student Journalism Institute and during the summer will be an intern at The Seattle Times.

She recently completed a summer visual journalism internship at the The Tampa Bay Times and has interned at The Chicago Reporter. She participated in the Eddie Adams Workshop XXVIII, the 2014 New York Times Lens Blog Portfolio Review and NABJ's student multimedia projects fellowship.  She taught photo and video to youth in Chicago and Los Angeles and is a grateful recipient of the Chicago 3Arts Award for teaching artist.

She is currently a Roy H. Park Fellow at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill pursuing a master's degree in visual communication.




Sophia Nahli Allison


Roy DeCarava


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TCF Ep. 302 - Wasim Muklashy

Wasim Muklashy is a media professional involved in everything from print publications to video production. He began his career writing for various Primedia and Conde Nast publications before founding a national newsstand print publication featuring everyone from Hunter S Thompson’s renown artist Ralph Steadman to influential political and philanthropic personalities including Congressman Henry Waxman and The Sierra Club’s founder Carl Pope.

His attentive eye for detail and keen editorial sense led him to spend several years as a Senior Editor and Creative Director, producing and editing award-winning marketing and commercial videos and corporate media packages for Fortune 500 companies including Gap, Mattel, and Warner Brothers, featuring everyone from Heidi Klum and Tiger Woods to Common & Beyonce.

In addition to his property photography business Pro Property Photos, Wasim currently creates photography and video assets for clients including VectorMount for GoPro, WhoHasItApp.com, Airbnb, Drift101, Citizine.Tv, the World Forestry Center, and the PTTOW influencer marketing summit, an annual event bringing together global power players from Quincy Jones to the Dalai Lama to the executives behind X-Prize, Quicksilver, Red Bull, and VICE Media. He is also one of 50 official Samsung Camera Imageloggers, making him a brand ambassador for one of today’s most innovative lines of mirrorless interchangeable lens camera systems, and is the creator and lead of popular social media platform Ello's official Outside Community, ElloOutside.

He devotes much of his time to various humanitarian and environmental causes, currently serving as a volunteer docent in the California State Park System, where he has self-tasked himself to develop original multimedia assets to help bring more attention to our underfunded protected public spaces. He spends whatever time he has left documenting the state’s surrounding parks and landscapes and open spaces through photography.

Wasim currently resides in Topanga Canyon, California.



Wasim Muklashy


Mohammed Salem


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In her exuberant and explosive pictures, Lois Greenfield captures not just the lithe and acrobatic forms of dancers performing their art, but the purity and exhilaration of movement itself. Without tricks or manipulation of any kind, she catches fleeting and impossible moments in a style that is both lyrical and graphic. Greenfield has been compared with Eadweard Muybridge for his exploration of human locomotion and with Henri Cartier-Bresson for capturing the decisive moment. Unlike her predecessors however, her images depict but don’t refer to the “real” world. They are documents of her imagination.

Beginning her career as a photojournalist, Greenfield covered the experimental dance movement scene for the Village Voice from 1973 to the mid 90’s. In 1982 she decided to open her own studio where she could control the lighting, and work with dancers in a collaborative environment.

Her exploration of the expressive possibilities of photographed movement and her unique approach to photographing the human form in motion has radically redefined the genre and influenced a generation of photographers.

Greenfield has created signature images for countless contemporary dance companies as well as commercial clients.  Her photographs have been featured in many magazines worldwide and exhibited internationally. She frequently gives lectures and offers workshops.

Since 2014 Greenfield has been an Artist in Residence at NYU/Tisch Department of Dance and New Media. In 2015, She was honored with the Dance in Focus award in recognition of her ground-breaking contributions to the field. Her third book, “Lois Greenfield:Moving Still”, (Thames & Hudson, UK & Chronicle Books, USA) will be released in Fall 2015.


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Lois Greenfield



Sebastião Salgado


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A great street portrait is more than just a photograph of a stranger. In many ways that person being photographed and the photographer enter a collaboration. The subject is choosing to open themselves to being revealed and interpreted by the photographer. And the photographer, if he’s adept enough, is communicating what they find fascinating and beautiful about that subject. And in the hands of a really good photographer, they reveal something about the community and the culture they exist in.


Shawn Theodore is just such a photographer. Known as @_xST on Instagram, the photographer who calls Philadelphia home has been creating a remarkable series of portraits largely of African American men and women of various generations against the colorful backdrops that exist in rapidly changing urban communities. His work is as much a chronicler of a people at a specific time as it is a bold statement of what it means to be black, to be beautiful and be visible.


  • Shawn Theodore aka @_xST (https://instagram.com/_xst/?hl=en)
  • Nema Etebar (http://www.nemaetebar.com/)

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Once you’ve made the decision to practice photography and after you’ve made the investment in a camera and software, well, that’s when the real challenge begins. The questions becomes how you get from being yet another guy or gal with a camera to one that actually produces work that is unique, beautiful and hopefully personal.


Yet, as difficult and challenging as that might be, we see examples of ordinary people make work that stuns and inspires, using the vary same tools that we readily have access to. Jaime Ibarra is one such photographer.


Jaime Ibarra is a self-taught photographer whose creative life began as a musician, then a graphic designer and eventually a photographer. But even though photography came later in his life, he used the skills he he had developed teaching himself music to teach himself how to do extraordinary things with a one camera, one lens and Photoshop.




Jaime Ibarra








Los Angeles Center of Photography




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Roderick Lyons began his journey as a photographer while serving in Vietnam as a member of the Air Force. However, his desire to be a creative person and have unique experiences was born his his early years growing in South Los Angeles.

Inspired by the likes of Roy DeCarava and Gordon Parks, pursued his passion for photography in many forms which included portraiture, photojournalism and street photography.

His personal journey as a photographer has led him to take several different paths including work as a freelance photojournalist, as an editor and now as an adjunct professor of photography and journalism at Los Angeles Valley College in Southern California.  




Roderick Lyons



Aaron Bryant



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The beauty of the landscape is experienced in a unique and beautiful way when it is captured as a black and white photograph. Without the presence of color, the natural world is revealed using a very personal point of view, that of the photographer.. Shades of gray reveal the subtle nuances that are not immediately obvious when we see the world in full color. 


Photographer Gary Wagner began exploring this world on film using a large-format camera and chemistry, but he has embraced the flexibility and control that digital provides, especially with his black and white imagery. 


In his new book Digital Black and White Landscape Photography: Fine Art Techniques from Camera to Print, Gary shares how he sees a scene, captures it with his camera and uses post-processing to complete his vision. 




Gary Wagner



Michael Kenna



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Ibarionex shared the stage with curator and writer Colin Westerbeck (Bystander: A History of Street Photography) and photographer and educator Julia Dean (Los Angeles Center of Photography) discussing the topic of street photography. 

Held at the DNJ Gallery the panel held in front of a live audience focuses on the street photography's history, the impact of smart phones and the qualities that make a good image a great photograph. 

Julia and Colin have both been guest on TCF. Click on the links below to listen to their respective appearances. 












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Colin Westerbeck is a writer, curator, and teacher of the history of photography. He is also the co-author along with Joel Meyerowitz of Bystander: A History of Street Photography. 

This special two-part interview which delves into an in-depth conversation of street photography then and now. 















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TCF Ep. 269 - Andrew Tomasino

Andrew Tomasino is a portrait and street photographer who often crosses the lines between both bodies of work, creating interesting narratives within the world he sees. His ongoing personal project, "Queen City", which peels back the curtain of Drag Performers in his home town, was recently featured at the Art Directors Club in New York City. 











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TCF Ep. 254 - Ryan Muirhead

Ryan Muirhead is a portrait and fashion photographer who has created a unique and consistent body of work that is born as a normal extension of his life. As dedicated shooter of film, his photographs that take full advantage of the medium for a distinctive and very personal look. 

He was one of a trio of photographers that were profiled in the Film web-series, which was one of the best produce series revolving around photography. It helped to create a greater awareness of Ryan's work as well provide him some important opportunities that have helped transform his career.  
















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TCF Ep. 247 - Bill Pierce

Bill Pierce's photojournalistic work has been published in Time, Life, Stern, Newsweek, U.S. News, The New York Times Sunday Magazine, New York Magazine, L'Express, Paris Match, and many other news publications.  Assignments in the United States, Canada, England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, Spain, France, Italy, Germany, Norway, Poland, Czechoslovkia, Australia, the Soviet Union, China, Japan, Lebanon, Egypt, Mozambique.

His major awards include Overseas Press Best Photoreporting from Abroad, World Press Budapest Award and the Leica Medal of Excellence.  He is in the permanent collections of Nat’l. Portrait Gallery, Corcoran Gallery of Art, Smithsonian Institute, International Center of Photography, New York Public Library, The Center for Creative Photography, Princeton University and private collectors.









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Born and raised in Los Angeles, Marissa Roth is an internationally published freelance photojournalist and documentary photographer. She has worked on assignment for various prestigious publications including The New York Times, and was part of The Los Angeles Times photography staff that won a Pulitzer Prize for Best Spot News Coverage of the 1992 Los Angeles Riots. 

Her work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions and a number of images are in museum, corporate and private collections. A commissioned portrait project by The Museum of Tolerance/ Simon Wiesenthal Center, to photograph the Holocaust survivors who volunteer there, “Witness to Truth,” is on permanent exhibition at the museum. “One Person Crying: Women and War”, Roth’s 29-year personal photo essay that addresses the immediate and lingering impact of war on women in different countries and cultures around the world, is currently a traveling exhibition. 

“Infinite Light: A Photographic Meditation on Tibet” is also a current project, and the book - with a foreword by His Holiness the Dalai Lama - will be released in April 2014.

She has 3 additional books to her credit, “Burning Heart: A Portrait of The Philippines”, “Real City: Downtown Los Angeles Inside/Out”, and “Come the Morning”, a children’s book about homelessness. 

Marissa Roth is based in Los Angeles.






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Deborah Sandidge is a professional photographer specializing in travel and freelance work.  Deborah enjoys sharing her insight and creative ideas through workshops, seminars and writing. She is highly respected for her ability to simplify challenging technical issues for her students and workshop/seminar attendees. 

Deborah is frequently requested as a guest speaker for her unique ability to blend both the technical and artistic aspects of photography, and to enthusiastically share her knowledge with others.  She is the author of Digital Infrared Photography, published by Wiley. Deborah teaches long exposure creativity, infrared photography, and creative techniques for the passionate photographer.









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New York artist Xiomáro (SEE-oh-MAH-ro) breathes life into iconic American figures and historical events to make them relevant in the 21st century.  After recovering from cancer, he transitioned from a varied career as a musician, entertainment industry attorney and artist manager into the field of art photography.  Inspired by the example of photographers like Eadweard Muybridge, Carleton Watkins and Ansel Adams, he seeks to create artistic images that also promote the appreciation, conservation and visitation of America’s parks and historical sites.

Xio is frequently commissioned by the National Park Service.  His career began as an Artist-in-Residence at Connecticut's Weir Farm National Historic Site ,where he is now a Visiting Artist.  His collections are exhibited nationally at institutions like Harvard University and have been purchased for permanent art collections such as the one at Brigham Young University in Utah.  Xio’s work has been covered by The New York Times, The Huffington Post, Fine Art Connoisseur and many other newspapers, magazines, radio programs and internet sources.  


Artist in Residence:  http://www.nps.gov/wefa/supportyourpark/artist-in-residence-program.htm

Weir Farm National Historic Site:  http://www.nps.gov/wefa

The New York Times:  http://www.nytimes.com/2013/04/07/nyregion/cameras-unusual-look-at-theodore-roosevelts-home.html 

The Huffington Post:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ramon-nuez/speaking-with-photographe_b_3935017.html 

Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/xiomaro

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/xiomarophoto 

Short Video:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_EgDlUAohZ4

Miroslav Tichy:  http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/12/arts/design/12photos.html

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Rob Lutter is a  photographer, designer & writer from England. In 2011 he left his home in London to begin a photographic journey & global expedition attempt to cycle around the world. He  put the UK film industry behind him to embark on a creative, physical & psychological adventure across 4 world continents & more than 40 countries. His passion is in discovering & creating stories through film, word or photography & his  work aims to capture unique cultures & landscapes, to learn from them & share their lives & his  own with the world, inspiring others through tales of human endeavor.

This journey is many things. Primarily, it’s a photographic & literary travel project that aims to tell a universal story, about the need for change, adventure & happiness. Secondly, it’s a charity event that aims to raise £20,000 for mental health organisations – for every mile cycled a pound can be raised to help others struggling through life, as he has & still is, troubled by the mind. The trip is also just sheer escape – a way out of the office, out of the routines & constraints of daily life. A chance to create a fresh start & a name for himself in an unusual, exciting, cheap & unpredictable way. The unknown is a place where good things can happen, where something at all can happen.




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Sam (Whittier Sam) Smotherman is narrative street photographer from Los Angeles, who believes in the power of dialogue and that is what he tries to create through his images. Not just a dialogue between observers but within the whole process. He is not removed from his pictures, but chooses instead to speak where subjects often have no voice, making sure to give articulation to those who have not only shared their image, but their words. Photography helps him to define and connect him with the world and his surroundings in a way it does not when he is not shooting. It is not just about the seeing or feeling an image; he wants to be compelled to think. Conveying truth in his images is important and he looks for the beauty in the broken because that is often where the truth lies. Working to show the conditions of life on the margins, he wants all people to feel they can help make the human condition better by working for social justice and spiritual grace. 



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Jonathan Hanson is a freelance photographer based in Baltimore, MD. His passion for culture, exploration and storytelling inspired him to leave his Midwestern roots for the East coast. His work is inspired by color, light and the relationships photography can often forge. He has travelled through Southeast Asia, Africa, Mexico and Canada. He received dual BA’s in Journalism and Creative Writing from Drake University.  In 2010, he was selected for the Eddie Adams Workshop and was named one of the top emerging photographers in the U.S. by The Magenta Foundation.





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Winifred Whitfield has embraced a rich and varied life. After receiving Masters Degrees in Urban and Regional Planning and Social Work she became a Vice President on Wall Street.  Seeking a different life style, she moved from New York to the Northwest, purchased a little farm and thrived – though she continued to provide financial services to client.  

She took a photography class when she needed photos of her llamas for her website and fell in love with this artistic expression. Her expertise grew quickly, competing successfully international print competitions.  She judged print competitions at the international level and taught Master Classes. After several years as a classic portrait photographer Winifred has become a passionate digital painter, with painting expertise in Corel Painter and Photoshop. 

She is an educator, with an online store offering personalized painting workshops, “Almost One To One” and portrait painting tutorials, in addition to more than 50 painting tutorials on YouTube. She has received the Accolade of Lifetime Achievement from Wedding and Portrait Photographers International, the highest level of achievement granted by that organization, a Kodak Gallery Award, and a Perfect Print Award amongst others.  Her expertise is primarily in portrait painting, commissioned by her clients, but she enjoys fine art painting as well.

Though Winifred sold her farm 2 years ago, she continues to own and operate Winifred’s Portrait & Fine Art Gallery near Seattle, Washington. 






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Brian Matiash is a professional photographer as well as the Education Manager for OnOne Software. In his role as an educator, he teaches photographers how to improve their photographs and their editing skills with his many webinars, articles and blog entries, but he also has his own passion for photography.

He has specialized in developing and refining his use of HDR (High-Dynamic Range)  to use it not merely as a gimmicky visual effect, but rather as a tool to help him realize his own personal vision of a subject and a scene. 


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Dana Barsuhn is a young LA-based photographer who honed his skill on the streets of Los Angeles and used what he has learned to serve his early work as a professional photographer. Within a short period of time, he has developed a very personal visual sensibility with his street photography, which has not only allowed him to create distinct imagery in this popular genre, but has also helped him to create unique photographs. His growth as a photographer has recently inspired him to make the leap into a full-time professional photographer, with the hopes of achieving both financial and creative success. 



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Steve Simon is a photojournalist and documentary photographer who has traveled the world created stunning imagery of new events both big and small. He is a passionate educator and fine-artist as well as the author of The Passionate Photographer. www.thecandidframe.com, thecandidframe@gmail.com

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William Albert Allard is a National Geographic photographer who is among of my personal favorite shooters. His work pushes the limits of what photographers think they can do with light and color, all the while creating images that tell amazing stories. His monographs on the photo essay as well as his classic photo stories on minor league baseball, the Hutterite community and blues musicians are classics and his work continues to provide inspiration for generations of photographers. A recent adopter to digital image making, he continues to explore the possibilities of what can be captures with a camera.

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Jo Ann Santaneglo is a documentary photographer whose career with a camera began as a pedi-cab driver in Autstin, Texas. While studying at the International Center of Photography, she began a project documenting veterans impacted by the United States' Don't Ask Don't Tell policy. She has recently finished traveling across the country where she created a series of portraits with these veterans. www.thecandidframe.com, thecandidframe@gmail.com

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The Candid Frame #101 - Chris Porsz

Chris Porsz is an amateur photographer who has been documenting his community of Peterborough, England as a street photographer. His candid images of strangers document a particular time in the life of a town and its people, which is made all the more poignant by his recent rediscovery of these same subjects. His then and now portraits reveal not only how people have changed, but how the town has as well. Working as a full-time paramedic, he has created all of his images using his personal time, making him an a great example of how a photographer can make significant work even without becoming a "professional. You can discover more about him and his work by reading this article or visiting his website.

Chris Porsz recommends the work of Don McCullin.

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This episode of the Focus Ring revolves around the discussion of seeing in black and white and creating monochrome images. Each contributor has submitted 2 of their own images to discuss the topic . Contributors Chris Marquardt (Tips from the Top Floor), Scott Anderson (The Folio Podcast), Manuel Fuentes Alarcon (Lens Bokeh Podcast) and Ibarionex Perello (The Candid Frame) join together to discuss how to make better black and white photographs.
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